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July 16, 2003

BBC Sport | Millar : Armstrong can be toppled

Briton David Millar expects Lance Armstrong's Tour de France lead to come under serious threat when the race hits the Pyrenees..."I think the race is going to go crazy in the Pyrenees," he said.

That's kind of what I've been thinking, too. Mayo, Vinokourov, Ullrich, and even Tyler Freaking Hamilton are likely to continue the constant attacks through the Pyrenees. Even if Lance picks up 2 minutes in the time trial, that's not enough of a cushion if he can't ride well enough to win a climbing stage somewhere.

Posted by Frank Steele on July 16, 2003 in Tour news | Permalink