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Armstrong wins final stage in tuneup race

...title. The Texan finished in sixth place in the five-day event, finishing 1 minute, 44 seconds behind winner Christophe Moreau of France. "I've had some ups and downs this week," Armstrong said. "I felt good the first two days, the...

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Armstrong yields Tour's yellow jersey

...Mulhouse in eastern France in 4 hours, 8 minutes, 20 seconds. Voigt finished 3:04 later, just behind France's Christophe Moreau. Armstrong, who had worn yellow for five days, finished in 28th place, crossing the line comfortably in a pack...

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Overtime

...Rosa, Calif., despite not winning any of the seven stages, finished 1 minute, 48 seconds ahead of France's Christophe Moreau in the overall standings. Austria's Bernard Kohl was third, 2:51 behind. Leipheimer, who rides for the European...

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Armstrong hopes for clean Tour de France

...who have a chance of pulling an upset include Spaniard Joseba Beloki, who placed third last year, and France's Christophe Moreau. Italian Francesco Casagrande is also described by Armstrong as a "favorite." Whoever wins will have to get the...

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Overtime: Aiken plays Hartsville in Legion playoffs

...Finishing second in the stage was Alex Zulle of Switzerland, 58 seconds behind. He was followed by France's Christophe Moreau, 2 minutes, 5 seconds behind. Overall, Moreau is second, followed by Abraham Olano of Spain and Australia's...

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Overtime: Smith wants another race in Las Vegas

...that was expelled from the scandal-rocked Tour de France, French television reported Monday. Laurent Brochard, Christophe Moreau and Didier Roux, who have all admitted to taking banned drugs, will be prevented from competing until April 30...

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Belgian wins first stage of Tour de France

...found more than 400 vials of steroids and EPO in his Festina company car. One of Festina's supporting riders, Christophe Moreau, is competing while appealing his positive test for steroid use in June. He finished 49th Sunday after placing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/07/13/oth_233281.shtml
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Boardman wins Tour de France prologue

...cyclists to absorb oxygen more effectively. One of Festina's unexpectedly strong performances came from unheralded Christophe Moreau, who led for much of the race and finished fifth in 6:17.32. He was competing while petitioning his positive...

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Rasmussen wins 8th stage of Tour de France

...Rasmussen. Vinokourov teammate Andrey Kashechkin is 2:52 back, Cadel Evans of Australia trails by 2:53 and Christophe Moreau of France is 3:06 off the leader's pace. It was a bad day for Gerdemann's T-Mobile team. The team's Australian...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/07/16/oth_136001.shtml
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Lead belongs to Frenchman

...a big, big day with the yellow jersey. You're never the same man again." - AG2R's team leader, Frenchman Christophe Moreau, on Dessel Next stage: Today's 11th stage takes riders on five tough climbs along a 128.3-mile trek from...

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