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July 13, 2003

Did Beltran blow Armstrong's Alpe d'Huez?

From the cyclingnews.com Stage 8 wrapup:

Armstrong said, "There's no doubt that Triki [Beltran] went too hard at the base of the climb, but he's new to the team and I guess the system isn't clear enough yet. A fast tempo is a good thing but that tempo was supersonic and that's not a good thing. Immediately, the tempo put Chechu Rubiera in trouble. We'll talk about that tonight and it won't happen again. I can confirm if it looked fast, it was very fast!"

Posted by Frank Steele on July 13, 2003 in Tour news | Permalink

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