Is title No. 2 easier? Evans hopes so

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Is title No. 2 easier? Evans hopes so

Defending Tour champ’s defense begins in Liege
A mechanic prepares defending Tour de France champion Cadel Evans’ time trial bike for today’s Tour-opening prologue in Liege, Belgium. Evans will need to make good use of his time trial ride if he hopes to repeat, as more than 60 miles of this year’s event will be devoted to individual time trials.
After winning his first Tour de France title last year, Cadel Evans said he thinks capturing a second title won’t be as nerve-wracking. “You don’t have this question of doubt: ‘Maybe I can win it, maybe I can’t?’ We know we can,” he said.

Is title No. 2 easier? Evans hopes so

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A mechanic prepares defending Tour de France champion Cadel Evans’ time trial bike for today’s Tour-opening prologue in Liege, Belgium. Evans will need to make good use of his time trial ride if he hopes to repeat, as more than 60 miles of this year’s event will be devoted to individual time trials.
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After winning his first Tour de France title last year, Cadel Evans said he thinks capturing a second title won’t be as nerve-wracking. “You don’t have this question of doubt: ‘Maybe I can win it, maybe I can’t?’ We know we can,” he said.
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