Stage 1 nearly a bus(t)

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Stage 1 nearly a bus(t)

Kittel dodges a bus to win the first yellow jersey
Marcel Kittel beat Russian sprinter Alexander Kristoff in a dash to the line to win the opening stage of the Tour de France, a 133-mile push Saturday from Porto Vecchio to Bastia, Corsica Island, France.
Alberto Contador (91) and a host of about 20 riders were wiped out in a major crash near the finish line Saturday in Stage 1 of the Tour de France. Contador finished with a bruised and bleeding shoulder. “I am fine, I’m OK,” Contador said through a translator. “Someone didn’t brake in front of me and then there was a crash. I will have to rest now.”
Tejay van Garderen (center, red jersey) is hoping to use this Tour de France to push him to the upper echelon of world-class cyclists and make him the new face of American cycling.

Stage 1 nearly a bus(t)

Marcel Kittel beat Russian sprinter Alexander Kristoff in a dash to the line to win the opening stage of the Tour de France, a 133-mile push Saturday from Porto Vecchio to Bastia, Corsica Island, France.
Alberto Contador (91) and a host of about 20 riders were wiped out in a major crash near the finish line Saturday in Stage 1 of the Tour de France. Contador finished with a bruised and bleeding shoulder. “I am fine, I’m OK,” Contador said through a translator. “Someone didn’t brake in front of me and then there was a crash. I will have to rest now.”
Tejay van Garderen (center, red jersey) is hoping to use this Tour de France to push him to the upper echelon of world-class cyclists and make him the new face of American cycling.
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