McEwen captures 4th stage; Boonen retains yellow
SAINT-QUENTIN, France -- In a sport ruled for so long by Lance Armstrong, fellow American Levi Leipheimer is hardly a household name. In the next two weeks of the Tour de France, he might become a little more familiar.
The consistently high-performing Butte, Mont., native has reason
to fancy his chances of becoming Armstrong's heir: Of the 172
racers still left in cycling's showpiece race that lost top
contenders to doping allegations, a crash and illness, only four
have ever ...
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