On Sunday, Italian cyclist Vicenzo Nibali won the second stage of the Tour de France. He captured the yellow jersey and a spot on the podium between two lovely ladies. It was the first ever Tour stage win Nibali
PARIS (AP) — Explosive sprinters, svelte climbers, powerful time trialists: the Tour de France is not just about the handful of all-rounders who will vie for the coveted yellow jersey when the race begins on Saturday in Leeds, England.
The new issue of Sports Illustrated hits newsstands tomorrow and features more negative claims against cycling superstar Lance Armstrong. The SI article challenges Armstrong's claims that he cut ties with an Italian doctor who has been long accused of helping cyclists cheat. Armstrong spokesman Mark Fabiani calls the report "old news from the same old discredited sources."
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