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Overtime: Armstrong still rolling along in Tour de France

...Italy to Alpe d'Huez in France. Pavel Tonkov of Russia came in second, 21 seconds behind Guerini. Spain's Fernando Escartin finished third for the second straight day and Alex Zulle of Switzerland came in fourth. FOOTBALL: Hephzibah's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/15/oth_265682.shtml
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As new victory looms, Armstrong recalls past defeat

...title when the Tour ends on Sunday. Armstrong's lead in this Tour is less than the 6:15 advantage he held over Fernando Escartin after 16 stages in 1999. It is also less than the 5:37 lead he had over Ullrich in 2000, after a disastrous day...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/25/oth_349616.shtml
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Armstrong ready to taste victory in Paris

...a second-place finish, and Alexandre Vinokourov of Kazakstan was third. In the overall standings, Spain's Fernando Escartin is second, followed by Alex Zulle of Switzerland at 7:28 behind. The 117-mile stage began in Jonzac and finished...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/24/oth_266336.shtml
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Armstrong advances on Paris, blasts `vulture journalism'

...arrival in Paris on Sunday. He looked composed throughout the race Wednesday, never letting his closest rivals, Fernando Escartin and Alex Zulle, out of sight. The three sat on each other's wheels right to the end: Zulle came in 10th, Armstrong...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/22/oth_266171.shtml
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Overtime: Thrashers select Fraser as first coach

...seven riders behind with a commanding sprint. In second place was Switzerland's Alex Zulle, followed by Spain's Fernando Escartin. Armstrong leads the field by 6 minutes, 3 seconds. SOCCER: These American World Cup champions women don't...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/14/oth_265623.shtml
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Overtime: Jags soccer team gets first OT win

...Voskamp of the Netherlands won a long eighth stage through the mountains of southern Spain on Saturday. Spain's Fernando Escartin stayed in second place at 13 seconds back, followed by Switzerland's Alex Zulle at 14 seconds behind. Voskamps...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/09/14/oth_214680.shtml
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Armstrong tested on mountain climbs

...Armstrong, high in the Pyrenees. He lost more than a minute of his overall lead in the Tour de France on Tuesday when Fernando Escartin of Spain captured the 15th stage as the race dipped into his home country. Armstrong remains in command of cycling's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/21/oth_266093.shtml
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