Froome remains right on point

Froome remains right on point

Tour de France leader distances himself from his main opponents
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Chris Froome, as race leader, set out last in Wednesday’s individual time trial. His skin-tight racing suit was yellow, so was his saddle, parts of his bike frame and a thick stripe down the middle of his otherwise black helmet. He puffed out his cheeks and licked his lips. The race starter held up five fingers and counted down. When the fingers were folded away, Froome raced off, and with each push on his pedals, Froome’s lead over his rivals grew.
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Tony Martin’s white world champion’s jersey with rainbow stripes was so drenched with sweat that it turned translucent, revealing underneath scabs on his skin from a terrifying crash Stage 1. “So if you are ready for it, I think with a lot of morale, I think you can survive this,” the Tour de France’s Stage 11 winner said.
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Andy Schleck of Luxembourg passes world heritage site Mont-Saint-Michel, a rocky tidal island which holds a monastery, during the eleventh stage of the Tour de France, an individual time trial Wednesday more than 20.6 miles with a start in the Avranches and finish in Mont-Saint-Michel, western France.
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MONT-SAINT-MICHEL, France – A brief look at Wednesday’s 11th stage of the 100th Tour de France:
Stage: The 11th stage was an individual time trial on a scenic route in Normandy over 20.5 miles from Avranches to the medieval walled

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