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Landis, gassed from leading the race for the final 50 kilometers, couldn't follow and Kloden got a gap that he looked to hold to the finish. Nike Air Max 1 White Blue And Grey
Landis, his hard work gone unrewarded, came across 13 seconds behind.
As they swept across the line, Armstrong took the win in a near photo finish as Kloden fell to second. Ullrich and Basso crossed merely one second behind, while Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit Blackout
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Virenque and his companions Moreau, Simoni, and T Mobile's Rolf Aldag continued to churn away, dropping the last remnants of the early break over the Category 2 Col de Tamie. With Armstrong's yellow jersey safely tucked in the lead group, less than six minutes back on the road, Postal seemed content to watch over the race, which was shaping up to be a battle for the final podium spots. Also present in the group, as expected, Air Max 1 2003 were most of the top 10 riders on overall time and several other faces, like Illes Baleares Banesto's Vladimir Karpets, on the hunt for the white jersey of best young rider, which was on the shoulders of Thomas Voeckler (Brioches la Boulangere), also in the group.
The day started with a predictable attack from predictable quarters: polka dot jersey wearer Richard Virenque, who went off in pursuit of an earlier break over the summit of the Col du Glandon. Accompanied by Credit Agricole's Christophe Moreau, the pair caught the break at the summit of the Col de la Madeleine, the race's highest point, at 2000 meters. Over the top, Virenque drove the pace and only nearly missed the first position, taken by Saeco's Gilberto Simoni by soaking up points today he could put a record seventh title in the King of the Mountains competition mathematically out of reach.
But Armstrong, just as he did in Georgia, put in a vicious attack of his own, fairly leaping across the gap. With under 100 meters to go, Kloden eased up slightly risked a look back. He didn't like what he saw: Armstrong, face twisted into a grimace, rapidly closing ground.
Postal Service) raised a few eyebrows at the Tour of Georgia when the five time Tour de France winner decided to mix it up in a woolly field sprint on Stage 3 into Rome. With speedsters like Colavita's Ivan Dominguez and former World Champion Mario Cipollini (Domina Vacanze) in the bunch, it was an unlikely spot for Armstrong to seek his first domestic victory since the Tour du Pont back in 1996. racing scene and a few European pros.
With Saturday an individual time trial and Sunday a sprinter's showcase in Paris, tomorrow Nike Air Max 97 X Supreme
is the last chance for many teams to score a stage win, so expect breakaway attempts to come fast and furious. T Mobile and Credit Agricole may attempt to keep things together for a while, as there is an intermediate sprint at 43.5km where either Erik Zabel or Thor Hushovd could gain points they are 14 and 13 points behind Lotto Domo's Robbie McEwen in the green jersey competition. Richard Virenque will likely take a day off, his polka dot jersey now mathematically assured.
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