Cavendish finally gets a healthy finish

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Cavendish finally gets a healthy finish

British sprinter closes on Sagan; Gerrans still wears the yellow
Despite an audience from the Nuns of Monastere de la Consolation in Draguignan, Tour de France riders still ended up in two unholy crashes Wednesday. Australian veteran Simon Gerrans kept the overall leader’s yellow jersey by avoiding both.
Mark Cavendish finally shook off an illness to win the fifth stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday in Marseilles, the first 2013 stage in France proper. He closed the gap on Peter Sagan for the green sprinter’s jersey.
Simon Gerrans dodged two Stage 5 crashes Wednesday to remain the Tour’s overall leader. “I think dangerous finishes cause crashes, but (Wednesday) that wasn’t the case whatsoever,” Gerrans said.

Cavendish finally gets a healthy finish

Despite an audience from the Nuns of Monastere de la Consolation in Draguignan, Tour de France riders still ended up in two unholy crashes Wednesday. Australian veteran Simon Gerrans kept the overall leader’s yellow jersey by avoiding both.
Mark Cavendish finally shook off an illness to win the fifth stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday in Marseilles, the first 2013 stage in France proper. He closed the gap on Peter Sagan for the green sprinter’s jersey.
Simon Gerrans dodged two Stage 5 crashes Wednesday to remain the Tour’s overall leader. “I think dangerous finishes cause crashes, but (Wednesday) that wasn’t the case whatsoever,” Gerrans said.
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