Hesjedal Ruled Out as Injuries Mount

Hesjedal Ruled Out as Injuries Mount

Paris : France | Jul 07, 2012 at 3:09 AM PDT
Source: International Herald Tribune
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Giro d'Italia champion Ryder Hesjedal became the latest injured rider to quit the Tour de France on Saturday following a series of nasty crashes. The Canadian had talked up his chances in the three-week race but a leg injury on Friday's sixth stage has ended the Garmin rider's participation... FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune
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Garmin-Barracuda's Ryder Hesjedal of Canada climbs during the 219km (136 miles) 20th stage of the Giro d'Italia
Garmin-Barracuda's Ryder Hesjedal of Canada climbs during the 219km (136 miles) 20th stage of the Giro d'Italia
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