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July 01, 2006

Prologue preview

Time to stop the gossip and start the racing.

Today's prologue is dead flat, 7.1 kilometers or almost 4.5 miles. It's a loop course around downtown Strasbourg.

CSC's David Zabriskie is the consensus favorite, and he took an even shorter prologue at the Dauphiné Libéré. Other riders to watch are David Millar, coming back very motivated from a 2-year ban for EPO, and Brad Wiggins, who way back in April told the BBC this was his stage.

Live coverage on OLN starts at 8:30 a.m. Eastern.

On the web, you can choose from CyclingNews.com, VeloNews, BBC, Eurosport, Daily Peloton, or me for updates.

From the official website, you can follow intermediate time checks, the stage newsflashes, and the current stage standings.

Posted by Frank Steele on July 1, 2006 in Bradley Wiggins, Dave Zabriskie, David Millar, Stage profiles, Tour de France 2006 | Permalink

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Comments

So once again, there is no live audio streaming of the Tour? If no, that will stink come Wednesday....

Posted by: noelle at Jul 1, 2006 8:52:46 AM

Why isn't Discovery working as a team? They should be working to help George like they helped Lance.

Posted by: Charles Hamm at Jul 5, 2006 9:44:09 AM

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