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In a rarity, Armstrong fails to finish first in Tour time-trial

...Tour winner recorded a rare second-place finish in Monday's ninth stage, taking 11 seconds more than Colombian Santiago Botero to complete a wind-swept course through Brittany. Armstrong's performance allowed him to move up six spots into...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/16/oth_348804.shtml
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Armstrong holds on to every second in Tour de France

...Deux-Alpes, it's not too hard, it's not good for attacking," Armstrong said after the stage, which Colombian rider Santiago Botero won in 5:55:16. Armstrong was ninth, 6:41 off the pace. The mountain stage from Vaison-la-Romaine in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/24/oth_349525.shtml
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Armstrong waits for mountains

...tapped to win the time trial and take the leader's yellow jersey he lost in the first stage. Instead, Colombia's Santiago Botero beat him by 11 seconds, and Spaniard Igor Gonzalez Galdeano remained at the top of the race standings. Gonzalez...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/17/oth_348894.shtml
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Rock is not your average squad

...Olympic gold for the United States in 2004, just before he was suspended for blood doping, which he still denies. Santiago Botero was world time trial champion in 2002 and a stage winner of the Tour de France, but he was linked to the massive...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/04/22/oth_195907.shtml
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Overtime

...Armstrong finished seventh Saturday during the sixth stage of the Dauphine Libere, almost three minutes behind winner Santiago Botero. Armstrong, fourth in the overall standings, crossed the line 2:52 behind Botero, and was beaten in a sprint...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/06/12/oth_455854.shtml
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Armstrong's team wins Tour time trial

...Bianchi was 12th overall, 38 seconds behind Armstrong. Two other key rivals, ONCE's Joseba Beloki and Telekom's Santiago Botero, were ninth and 29th overall. In the time trial, individual racers get their team's time. That's a big disadvantage...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/07/10/oth_380802.shtml
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Overtime

...finish Monday in an individual time trial. The three-time defending champion was 10 seconds slower than stage winner Santiago Botero of Colombia. Botero, who rides for the Kelme team, completed the 32 1/4 miles on a wind-swept course from Lanester...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/16/oth_348806.shtml
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Armstrong has edge

...potent threats. His leading rivals are likely to include Oscar Sevilla and Joseba Beloki of Spain and Colombia's Santiago Botero. U.S. Postal teammate Roberto Heras, also of Spain, is a contender as well. "I'm feeling strong; it's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/06/oth_346886.shtml
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Armstrong eyes fourth straight Tour de France title

...Pantani out, Armstrong's main rivals are likely to be Oscar Sevilla and Joseba Beloki of Spain and Colombia's Santiago Botero. U.S. Postal teammate Roberto Heras is also a podium contender. A French doping investigation into U.S. Postal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/06/29/oth_347146.shtml
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Overtime: Cincinnati signs two area players

...year's race, finished seventh in the stage, a 155-mile marathon Draguignan to Briancon. The stage was won by Santiago Botero of Colombia. But most important for Armstrong is that he never let Germany's Jan Ullrich, his only realistic challenger...

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