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Armstrong’s Lead Shrinks

Pascal Herve of France cut 55 seconds out of race leader Lance Armstrong’s overall advantage, winning the eighth and most strenuous stage of the Tour DuPont. With four stages of …


Armstrong Leads Tour Dupont

Lance Armstrong continued his race domination by winning the sixth stage of the Tour DuPont - the fourth stage he has won in the bicycle race. Armstrong, 24, of Austin, …


Miscellany

Terry Labonte won his fourth pole of the year with a record-breaking qualifying lap of 92.524 mph for the Save Mart Supermarkets 300 at Sears Point Raceway in Sonoma, Calif. …


Ride Of Their Lives Spokane Family Drawn Closer By Bmx Racing

1. Brenda and Stevie Gildehaus are top-ranked BMX riders. Photo by Sandra Bancroft-Billings/The Spokesman-Review 2. Daughter Stevie, 4, and Brenda, 29, get in a practice ride. Photo by Sandra Bancroft-Billings/The …


Sports People

Abraham Olano of Spain won the 25-mile individual time trial through Salamanca, Spain, in the seventh stage of the Tour of Spain, and Laurent Jalabert of France held to the …


Fat Tires Favored For Freewheeling Fun Business Is Booming As Cyclists Head For The Hills

1. Dean Cooper mountain bikes down the trail from Copper Lake near Lookout Pass, on the Montana-Idaho border. Photo by Rich Landers/The Spokesman-Review 2. Cheryl Moores and other mountain bikers …


Mudders Of Invention Idaho And Forest Service Create Mountain Bike Heaven Near Cda

Mountain bikers have swarmed into a niche originally carved by motorcyclists. Canfield Mountain, a forested knob topped by several radio communications towers just north of Coeur d’Alene, is gaining notoriety …


Pain Never Felt So Good Cyclists To Race Hundreds Of Miles This Weekend

Ultracyclist Sally Phillips piles up the miles with her year-round passion. Photo by Kristy MacDonald/The Spokesman-Review


Cheap Seats

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Indurain Wraps Up Tour Win

Indurain


Armstrong Captures Tour’s 18th Stage For Fallen Teammate

Armstrong


Zabel Wins Stage

Erik Zabel of Germany won his second stage of the Tour de France, beating Djamolidine Abdoujaparov of Uzbekistan in a final sprint near Bordeaux while Miguel Indurain moved closer to …


Tour De France Riders Pay Tribute To Casartelli By Letting Motorola Win

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Indurain Maintains Lead

Marco Pantani earned his second stage victory of the Tour de France, and Miguel Indurain held the overall lead as the race came to the edge of the Pyrenees. Pantani …


American Takes Second

U.S. cyclist Lance Armstrong, right, was ahead of Sergei Outschakov in the Tour de France before Outschakov rallied to win. Photo by Associated Press


French Cyclist Wins

Frenchman Laurent Jalabert supplied his own fireworks on Bastille Day by winning the 12th stage of the Tour de France, while Miguel Indurain remained the overall leader. Jalabert, who moved …


Indurain Still Leads

After reaching the midpoint of the Tour de France, there appears to be no way to stop Miguel Indurain from capturing his fifth consecutive title. Though Britain’s Maximilian Sciandri won …


King Of The Hills Mountain Biking Prodigy Has Exploded Onto National Scene In Highly Competitive Sport

1. Mountain bike racer Brad Bonnett, 18, wants to go professional. His recent race performance at Mount Spokane has given him a No. 4 ranking in the nation. Photo by …


Indurain Widens Lead

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Indurain Takes Time Trial

Miguel Indurain, chasing a record fifth straight Tour de France victory, took the yellow jersey by winning a tough individual time trial and heading into the mountains over 2 minutes …


Fifth Leg Decided

Jeroen Blijlevens of the Netherlands won the fifth stage of the Tour de France as Ivan Gotti of Italy held the overall lead for a second day. Miguel Indurain of …


Gotti Surges At Tour

Ivan Gotti took advantage of a fall by overall leader Laurent Jalabert to take a 1-second lead in the Tour de France. Gotti, an Italian with no major wins, gained …


Frenchman Retains Lead

Frenchman Laurent Jalabert held to his overall lead in the Tour de France when his ONCE team finished second in a team time trial. The Italian team Gewiss won the …


Jalabert Sprints To Lead

Italy’s Mario Cipollini won the second stage of the Tour de France in another sprint finish, while France’s Laurent Jalabert took over the leader’s yellow jersey in the cycling classic. …


Italy’s Baldato Sets Pace

Italy’s Fabio Baldato won the first stage of his first Tour de France with a long, uphill power sprint that left Laurent Jalabert of France and Djamolidine Abdoujaparov of Uzbekistan …


French Outsider Gets Inside Track In First Leg Of Tour

Outsider Jacky Durand of France made the most of the early dry weather Saturday to win the prologue time trial of the Tour de France as the favorites saw their …


Indurain To Reign Again

Five in a row. It has never been done. Still, Miguel Indurain is favored to rewrite the 92-year-old history of the Tour de France over the next three weeks. Standing …


Tour De France Will Be Road To Glory For One

Spain’s Miquel Indurain could join elite group. Photo by Associated Press


Charameda Wins Second Stage

Current U.S. National Criterium champion Laura Charameda rode to her second stage victory of the 1995 PowerBar International Women’s Challenge covering the 27.4-mile GT Bicycles Elkhorn Circuit Race course in …


Shove Saves Cyclist, Kills Friend

With a car hurtling straight at her bicycle, Cynthia Fowler felt a last-second shove from a cycling companion that proved to be the ultimate sacrifice. Pushed out of the path …