Landis cracks; 2006 Tour de France remains unpredictable

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07/19/2006| 0 comments
by David Cohen
Michael Rasmussen (Rabobank) takes a beautiful stage win. Photo copyright Fotoreporter Sirotti.
Michael Rasmussen (Rabobank) takes a beautiful stage win. Photo copyright Fotoreporter Sirotti.

Landis cracks; 2006 Tour de France remains unpredictable

The Tour de France, first run 103 years ago, today proved it remains one of the world?s great sporting events.

from Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Morzine.

 

Any of the top six (Michael Rogers in seventh at 6:47 seems too far back) could be a threat to Pereiro tomorrow.


But we may have to wait until Saturday?s ITT to know who will wear yellow in
Paris on Sunday.


And, who knows, we may have to wait until the riders speed along the
Champs Elysees to know for sure who will ride into the record books as the winner of the 2006 Tour.

 

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