Luis-leon Sanchez finished Stage 6 of the 2010 Tour de France today in 05:37:45. He ranked #66 for the stage. Mark Cavendish won the stage in a sprint. This is Cavendish's second stage win of the 2010 Tour. At the end of Stage 6, Luis-leon Sanchez now ranks #17 in the overall general classification. His current GC time is 04:39:55 and he has a total gap of 00:02:25 from Fabian Cancellara. Cancellara currently holds the yellow jersey, followed by Geraint Thomas in second and Cadel...Read Full Story
Luis-Leon Sanchez will have to remember Stage 9 of the 2010 Tour de France as a day he almost won. He was narrowly out-sprinted by Francaise des Jeux team rider Sandy Casar. Both riders get the same time recorded for the ride, but only Casar gets the bragging rights.The Stage ended in Jean De Maurienne, France. The route took riders on a 204km ride through mountainous terrain in the Alps. The iconic bicycle race will include a total of 20 stages and will cover 3,642km before concluding in...Read Full Story
Luis-leon Sanchez ranked #74 in today's stage of the Tour de France. He completed the ride in 03:34:55. The stage ended in a hotly contested sprint and was won by Alessandro Petacchi. After Stage 4, Luis-leon Sanchez is now ranked #17 in the overall general classification. His current GC time is 18:31:20 and he has a total gap of 00:02:25 from the yellow jersey. Luis-leon Sanchez is competing for Caisse d'Epargne. Tomorrow's stage 5 takes the tour from Epernay to Montargis and...Read Full Story
CNews World SAINT-FLOUR: Spain”s Luis Leon Sanchez won the ninth stage of the Tour de France on a wild day of crashes, while France”s Thomas Voeckler finished second to take the leader”s yellow jersey from Thor Hushovd.
Among those caught in the mayhem was defending champion Alberto Contador, who overcame another crash, banging his troublesome right knee after an early spill.
Sanchez moved into second place overall, followed by Australia”s Cadel Evans.Veteran Kazakh rider Alexandre Vinokourov...Read Full Story
Sportinglife.comCaisse d'Epargne's Luis Leon Sanchez triumphs in San SebastianVeloNationThe early going was dictated by the day's long break of Pierre Cazaux (FdJ), Jorge Martin Montenegro (Andalucia), and 2006 Clasica winner, Xavier Florencio ...Sanchez wins San Sebastian ClassicSuperSport.comall 37 news articles »Read Full Story
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