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Egoi Martinez Tour de France 2009 Stage Ten
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Egoi Martinez Tour de France 2006 - Stage Ten
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Egoi Martinez, Tour de France Stage 11 Pictures

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Stage 11 of the 2010 Tour de France took riders from Sisteron to Bourg-Les-Valence.  Egoi Martinez competed the ride in 04:42:29.  He ranked #19 for the stage. The day's winner was Mark Cavendish.     Andy Schleck still holds the yellow jersey with the fastest combined time so far in Le Tour.  He is followed by rivals Alberto Contador in second, Samuel Sanchez in third, and Denis Menchov in fourth.    After Stage 11, Alessandro Petacchi from LAMPRE wears the Green Jersey with 161 points. The...Read Full Story

Egoi Martinez Tour de France Stage 4 Results

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Egoi Martinez competed Stage 4 of the 2010 Tour de France today in 03:34:55.  He ranked #39 for the stage.  Alessandro Petacchi won the stage in a sprint.    Don't Miss Sign up for free Tour de France picture alerts. Check out Tour de France photos from Stage 4 At the end of Stage 4, Egoi Martinez now ranks #70 in the overall general classification.  His current GC time is 18:32:41 and he has a total gap of 00:03:46 from Fabian Cancellara.  Cancellara currently holds the yellow jersey...Read Full Story

Egoi Martinez leads the Mountain Standings after Stage 10

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Euskaltel rider Egoi Martinez has a sizeable lead over Christophe Kern and Franco Pellizotti for the King of the Mountains jersey, at least as of Stage 10 of The Tour.  Here are the current standings:1. Egoi Martinez Euskaltel - Euskadi 78 points 2. Christophe Kern Cofidis Le Credit En Ligne 59 points 3. Franco Pellizotti Liquigas 55 points 4. Brice Feillu Agritubel 49 points 5. Pierrick Fedrigo Bbox Bouygues Telecom 49 pointsRead Full Story

Egoi Martinez riding for Discovery again in 2007

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Egoi Martinez is still riding with Discovery Channel Team.  The Tour de France kicks off tomorrow in London and will makes its way to mainland Europe quickly.  The Discovery Channel team looks strong, with Levi Leipheimer and George Hincapie at the helm.  But riders like Egoi make a big difference over 20 stages.Good luck to team DiscoveryRead Full Story