Valverde wins another Dauphine Libere
GRENOBLE, France -- Alejandro Valverde of Spain won the Dauphine Libere on Sunday for the second consecutive year.
Valverde ended the 640-mile, eight-day race in 26 hours, 33 minutes, 15 seconds, finishing 16 seconds ahead of Cadel Evans of Australia and 1:18 in front of Alberto Contador of Spain.
Stef Clement of the Netherlands won the 90-mile final stage from Faverges to Grenoble in the French Alps.
Last month, the Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping tribunal banned Valverde ...
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