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Technically one rider could gain ground Sunday, too, although that appeared less than unlikely, closer to impossible.
The final stage into Paris is as flat as a cyclist’s stomach, and the peloton is almost certain to finish in one huge, seething mass.
Posted in 20 (Judgement), 27 (Ace of Wands), 45 (Five of Cups), 51 (King of Swords), Cadel Evans, numerology, path of destiny / how you learn what you are here to learn (sum of all of the letters), personal day, personal month, personal year, real-world, real-world numerology, Tour de France on July 23, 2011| 1 Comment » July 23, 2011 As the top Tour de Francecontenders set off Saturday, one by one, on the stage that would decide the overall winner, the Australian Cadel Evans stared straight ahead, his face blank.
“And I still do.” For the Tour de France to come down to the final competitive stage is rare.He did not, however, expand that gap Friday, opening the door for Evans to showcase his time trial skills, widely considered superior to Schleck’s. He stands four inches shorter than Schleck, which, in theory, makes him more aerodynamic.Then there was his comfort level, both as a former mountain bike champion accustomed to racing hard for an entire stage and his knowledge of the course for Saturday’s stage, which he rode to a six-place finish in a competition last month.Thomas Voeckler of France, who held the yellow jersey from Stage 9 until Friday, was fourth over all and the three-time champion Alberto Contador of Spain was fifth. Here they were, late in the afternoon, two cyclists who know what it feels like to come in second in this race by a margin as slim as Schleck’s biceps.In the two previous Tours, Schleck finished second to Spain’s Albert Contador; same as Evans in 2007.For it to be decided by an individual time trial is rarer still.For inspiration, though, Evans could look to Greg Le Mond, who made up 50 seconds in a 1989 time trial to seize victory in the overall race.Andy Schleck of Luxembourg strained as he headed to the finish line on Saturday. Schleck left last, gritting his teeth, clad in the leader’s yellow jersey.He had worked for nearly three weeks to secure that jersey late Friday evening, but it became clear early, as Evans cut into Schleck’s lead, chewing up the deficit in large chunks and then some, that Schleck would not hold onto it much longer.Watch More »In 1997, assistant trainer Wally Blas oversaw the rehab of Dennis Rodman's sprained knee.When Gordie Lockbaum came to Division I-AA Holy Cross, his coaches decided to turn back the clock.