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This week in race history (Sept. 19-25)

14 years ago: 19 year old David Millar signed his first professional contract – for Cofidis’ 1997 season. After a UCI ordered “timeout” starting in June of 2004, he signed to Saunier-Duval for a portion of 2006 and 2007. He’s now a rider and part-owner of the team soon to be known as Garmin-Cervélo.

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Welcome to Pavé!

Thanks for visiting us in our new home.  While we might need a few days to work out some kinks, we hope you like the new confines.  Please update your bookmarks, feeds, and readers. As always, please feel free to share your comments, suggestions, and feedback–we appreciate the advice as we try to make the … Continue reading

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Wednesday Cross Report and Power Rankings – Coming Tomorrow

Our Wednesday Cross Report will come tomorrow. (Our columnist glued too many Dugasts today and the fumes went to his head!) Come back soon!

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Tour de France – Contenders and Pretenders, So Far…

Now that we’ve had our first “real” GC shake-up—since yesterday at least—we can take some time to begin sorting the Contenders from the Pretenders. For some pundits it might be a bit early write individuals off completely, but a quick peruse down the GC, reveals that some pretty significant gaps have come to exist. First, … Continue reading

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Tour de France – Stage 4 – A New Controversy?

Credit a Tweet from Robbie McEwen with starting today’s controversy theory: “I’m sure @Lancearmstrong did that on purpose to leave Cancellara in the jersey. He sat up in last 50m.” Interesting thoughts, Robbie. Armstrong and Bruyneel did say they worked yesterday to help preserve Cancellara’s yellow to avoid defending it themselves in the first week. … Continue reading

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Tour de France – Breaking News

Silence-Lotto’s Thomas Dekker has been caught using EPO and has been removed from the team’s roster for the Tour. Charly Wegelius will take his place.

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