Tour comes down to Wiggins’ specialty

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Tour comes down to Wiggins’ specialty

The overall leader is two stages shy of making Tour de France history
Alejandro Valverde, the Movistar leader who returned from a two-year doping ban this year, won his third Tour de France stage in a breakaway. Christopher Froome of Britain was second, and race leader Bradley Wiggins was third, both 19 seconds back.
On the final ascent to the Peyragudes, Christopher Froome repeatedly spoke with Bradley Wiggins and even gestured with his hand for the Team Sky and Tour leader to follow his lead.

Tour comes down to Wiggins’ specialty

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Alejandro Valverde, the Movistar leader who returned from a two-year doping ban this year, won his third Tour de France stage in a breakaway. Christopher Froome of Britain was second, and race leader Bradley Wiggins was third, both 19 seconds back.
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On the final ascent to the Peyragudes, Christopher Froome repeatedly spoke with Bradley Wiggins and even gestured with his hand for the Team Sky and Tour leader to follow his lead.
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