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Hesjedal avoids trouble, moves up Tour standings

Paris : France | Jul 10, 2011 at 6:41 PM PDT
Source: Star Phoenix
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The wreck-marred 2011 Tour de France continued its drive into the ditch with yet another rash of crashes in Sunday's ninth stage. Ryder Hesjedal of Victoria, who has been in the wrong places at the wrong times too many times previous in this Tour, remained relatively unscathed in the ninth stage... FULL ARTICLE AT Star Phoenix
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