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  1. Tour notebook: French nicknames, Africa risingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Velonews

    A fan of Le Chou-Chou sets up roadside to cheer on the Tour de France. Photo: Iri Greco / BrakeThrough Media Our Tour de France reporters already bring you the biggest stories and best analysis every day.

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  2. Tour de France 2016: Stage 6 Winner, Highlights, Updated Standings and ScheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | BleacherReport

    Dimension Data's Mark Cavendish continued his fine form in the 2016 Tour de France on Thursday, beating Etixx-Quick-Step's Marcel Kittel in a bunch sprint to win his third stage of this year's race. Per CyclingTips.com's Neal Rogers, the win moves him past legendary Grand Tour racer Bernard Hinault on the Tour's all-time stage list, behind only Eddy Merckx: Mark Cavendish takes third stage win of #TDF2016 , surpasses Bernard Hinault with 29 career stage wins, second all-time BMC Racing Team's Greg Van Avermaet remains the overall leader.

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  3. Kittel claims Tour stage photo-finishRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Bangkok Post

    For the second day in a row a photo-finish decided the stage winner at the Tour de France, with Marcel Kittel coming up trumps on Tuesday. Germany's Marcel Kittel crosses the finish line ahead of France's Bryan Coquard to win the fourth stage of the 103rd edition of the Tour de France between Saumur and Limoges, on July 5, 2016 The burly German held off a charging Bryan Coquard to win by barely a centimetre, 24 hours after Mark Cavendish pipped Andre Greipel by no more than an inch.

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  4. Iliad's Niel Said Angling to Expand More Once Italy Secured 2 hours agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Bloomberg

    ... into one of Europe's toughest to make a profit in. The collapse of merger talks between Orange SA and Bouygues Telecom three months ago has left Free locked in a discount battle with Bouygues and other rivals. The company has shown interest in the ...

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  5. Cycling: Kittel claims Tour stage photo-finishRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Channelnewsasia.com

    For the second day in a row a photo-finish decided the stage winner at the Tour de France, with Marcel Kittel coming up trumps on Tuesday. Germany's Marcel Kittel crosses the finish line ahead of France's Bryan Coquard to win the fourth stage of the 103rd edition of the Tour de France between Saumur and Limoges.

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  6. German sprinters seek revenge in Tour's 4th stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Velonews

    Germany's top two sprinters have been left smarting ahead of Tuesday's fourth stage of the Tour de France. Briton Mark Cavendish has dominated the sprints so far , winning the first and third stages ahead of Marcel Kittel and Andre Greipel, respectively.

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  7. Like a ride in the park: Tour de France leaders take it slowRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Xenia Daily Gazette

    Hardly pedaling, the overall leaders in the Tour de France spent most of Monday's third stage chatting to one another and riding at such a leisurely pace that they could have fit right in on a town bike path. "It was a very relaxed day for us.

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  8. Iliad reportedly in exclusive talks with 3 and Wind over Italian assetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    ... plans caused a seismic shift in the make-up of the sector; it has since leapfrogged closest competitor Bouygues Telecom to take third spot in the French market. Separately, Niel already has an option to take a stake of around 10% in Italian fixed ...

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  9. Voeckler shakes things up on relaxed Tour dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Thomas Voeckler stuck out his tongue in his trademark way, determined to give the thousands of fans lining up the roads something to cheer about on a rather dull stage at the Tour de France. After two days of racing marred by several crashes in difficult weather conditions, the peloton took it easy and rode at pedestrian pace during Monday's long and flat 223.5-kilometer stretch between Granville and Angers in the Loire valley.

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  10. Fonseca earns Cyclingnews Rider of the Day honoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Cycling News

    After a stage that seemed more like a procession at the Tour de France , with only a crescendo finale and power sprint on the rising finish in Angers won by Mark Cavendish, it was difficult to identify a rider who deserved the Cyclingnews Rider of the Day honours. However Armindo Fonseca of Fortuneo-Vital Concept deserves it after going on the attack alone from the very start of the stage.

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  11. Cavendish edges Greipel to claim his second stage winJul. 4, 2016, 8:19 PM AstRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Trinadad Express

    CURRENT LEADER: Peter Sagan of Slovakia, wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey, celebrates on the podium after the third stage of the Tour de France, yesterday. Mark Cavendish defeated Andre Greipel in a photo finish on stage three, yesterday, to claim his second win at this year's Tour de France and 28th of his career.

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  12. Tour veteran Voeckler shakes up peloton on relaxed dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | The Daily Republic

    Thomas Voeckler stuck out his tongue in his trademark way, determined to give the thousands of fans lining up the roads something to cheer about on a rather dull stage at the Tour de France. After two days of racing marred by several crashes in difficult weather conditions, the peloton took it easy and rode at pedestrian pace during Monday's long and flat 223.5-kilometer stretch between Granville and Angers in the Loire valley.

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  13. For All of You that are Still Awake...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Podium Cafe

    Stage Three of the Tour de France started today, and finished today as well, though it was looking like it mightn't for a few minutes. And, well, you can avoid the highlights, almost nothing happened.

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  14. Dimension Data move has given me a new lease of life, says Mark...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Daily Mail

    Mark Cavendish turned in a vintage performance to snatch his second stage win of the 2016 Tour de France and write another line in the great race's history books. Andre Greipel punched the air after the pair crossed the line in Angers, but the German's arm soon dropped and Cavendish quietly pumped a fist before replays confirmed his victory - with the Tour's official timekeepers putting the gap at six thousandths of a second.

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  15. Cavendish sets new mark with narrow Tour stage winRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Bangkok Post

    Mark Cavendish moved up to joint second on the all-time Tour de France stage win list with victory on Monday's third stage by the tightest of margins. Great Britain's Mark Cavendish celebrates on the podium after winning the 223,5 km third stage of the 103rd edition of the Tour de France cycling race on July 4, 2016 It was Cavendish's 28th Tour stage victory, and second of this edition in three days, to equal the mark of French hero Bernard Hinault.

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  16. Sagan nearly made 'coffee stop'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Sky Sports

    Peter Sagan admitted stage three of the Tour de France was so slow he was tempted to stop for a coffee. The peloton fell almost an hour behind schedule after Armindo Fonseca formed a lone breakaway and at times ambled along at little more than 30km/h.

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  17. Tour De France 2016: Stage 3 Results, Updated Standings and HighlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | BleacherReport

    Mark Cavendish of Dimension Data grabbed his second stage win of the 2016 Tour de France on Monday, beating Lotto Soudal's Andre Greipel in one of the closest finishes the Tour has seen in years. The peloton spent the bulk of the day casually chasing a breakaway before switching gears toward the end of the stage, and a bunch sprint always seemed inevitable.

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  18. Cycling: Cavendish wins Tour de France third stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Mark Cavendish edged out Andre Greipel by a hair's breadth to win the third stage of the Tour de France on Monday. Britain's Mark Cavendish reacts as he crosses the finish line next to Germany's Andre Greipel at the end of the 223,5 km third stage of the 103rd edition of the Tour de France cycling race.

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  19. D-Day remembered as Tour de France kicks off in NormandyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 2 | The Chronicle Herald

    The D-Day and Second World War history that is embedded in the culture of Normandy is earning extra spotlight this weekend when the Tour de France opens with two stages in the region. Saturday's opening leg starts at Mont-Saint-Michel, a World Heritage Benedictine abbey perched on a rock off the coast, and ends at Utah Beach, one of the key landing sites for Allied troops on June 6, 1944.

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  20. D-Day is remembered as race begins in NormandyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | Texarkana Gazette

    Spain's Alberto Contador rides with his Tinkoff teammates Friday during a training session for the Tour de France cycling race near Coutances, France. SAINT-LO, France - The landing beaches.

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