Cadel Evans Hopes Bradley Wiggins May Still Falter in Tour de France
Bradley Wiggins may have a firm grip on the yellow jersey after the first week of the 2012 Tour de France, but defending champion Cadel Evans isn't so sure the British rider can keep up his relentless pace for the entire race without faltering.
more contenders reaching their peak in the mountains and more stages finishing downhill.
"There will be a lot of reshaping of the general classification," Evans explained and continued "In the past, I was driven by questions over my own abilities. Now I know I can win the Tour. I want to be able to bring back another yellow jersey when I arrive back home in Australia this year."
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