Cadel’s French toast: Finally

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Cadel’s French toast: Finally

It’s official: Evans wins the Tour de France
Cadel Evans of Australia toasts his team car with a glass of champagne during the 21st and final stage of the Tour de France on Sunday in Paris. Evans, wearing the leader’s yellow jersey, won the three-week cycling major, the oldest rider to do so since the end of World War II at age 34.
Cadel Evans of Australia grabbed the leader’s yellow jersey from Andy Schleck on Saturday; the two greet Schleck each other with a fist bump near the start of Stage 21 on Sunday to Paris. Schleck finished the Tour second overall.
The 21st and final stage – the most prestigious for the race’s sprinters – was won by Britain’s Mark Cavendish for the third year in a row, despite being forced to change his bike on the Champs-Élysées. He also took the green jersey for the overall best sprinter.
Cadel Evans of Australia, wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey, and his teammate George Hincapie of the United States ride down Champs Elysees avenue as the Arc de Triomphe is seen in the background. Evans, 34, triumphed in the world’s biggest stage race, his first and his country’s first win in the Tour de France.

Cadel’s French toast: Finally

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Cadel Evans of Australia toasts his team car with a glass of champagne during the 21st and final stage of the Tour de France on Sunday in Paris. Evans, wearing the leader’s yellow jersey, won the three-week cycling major, the oldest rider to do so since the end of World War II at age 34.
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Cadel Evans of Australia grabbed the leader’s yellow jersey from Andy Schleck on Saturday; the two greet Schleck each other with a fist bump near the start of Stage 21 on Sunday to Paris. Schleck finished the Tour second overall.
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The 21st and final stage – the most prestigious for the race’s sprinters – was won by Britain’s Mark Cavendish for the third year in a row, despite being forced to change his bike on the Champs-Élysées. He also took the green jersey for the overall best sprinter.
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Cadel Evans of Australia, wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey, and his teammate George Hincapie of the United States ride down Champs Elysees avenue as the Arc de Triomphe is seen in the background. Evans, 34, triumphed in the world’s biggest stage race, his first and his country’s first win in the Tour de France.
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