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Cyclingnews.com overloaded! Help - whats happening?? nmRhodyRider
Jul 21, 2003 7:07 AM
LA + 41 Jan - endex for today. nmRidearound
Jul 21, 2003 7:08 AM
plus how much bonus??? 20 seconds???? nmClydeTri
Jul 21, 2003 7:09 AM
nm
Yup. Puts him 1:16 ahead... This TT is gonna be interesting!nmJames OCLV
Jul 21, 2003 7:11 AM
Wait, the judges gave Ullrich 3rd - he gets 8 second bounus nmJames OCLV
Jul 21, 2003 7:13 AM
1:07, accoring to the TDF scoreboard, (nm).Ridearound
Jul 21, 2003 7:13 AM
Lance wins! nmEman
Jul 21, 2003 7:08 AM
Wait, let's not give blow-by-blows : ) nmJames OCLV
Jul 21, 2003 7:09 AM
Thanx, y'all. I will keep trying the cyclingnews website. (nm)RhodyRider
Jul 21, 2003 7:13 AM
here's a reprint of resultsDougSloan
Jul 21, 2003 7:18 AM
17 H 07 - The Top 10 Overall Places...
The top 10 after stage 15 is:
1. Lance Armstrong
2. Jan Ullrich at 1'07"
3. Alexandre Vinokourov at 2'45"
4. Haimar Zubeldia at 5'16"
5. Iban Mayo at 5'35"
6. Ivan Basso at 8'08"
7. Tyler Hamilton at 9'02"
8. Christophe Moreau at 11'09"
9. Francisco Mancebo at 16'05"
10. Carlos Sastre at 16'12"

17 H 05 - The Top Eight In Stage 15
The top eight in stage 15 is:
1. Lance Armstrong 159.5km in 4h29'26" (35.518kph)
2. Iban Mayo at 40"
3. Jan Ullrich at 40"
4. Haimar Zubeldia at 40"
5. Christophe Morea at 40"
6. Ivan Basso at 47"
7. Tyler Hamilton at 1'10"
8. Alexandre Vinokourov at 2'07"

17 H 02 - Armstrong Now Leads By 1'07"
At the end of the 15th stage, Armstrong has increased his lead over Ullrich. The American is now 1'07" ahead of the German in the generall classification. Vinokourov began the day within 18" of the overall lead, he finished it with a deficit of 2'45".

16 H 59 - Vinokourov Loses 2'06"
The rider who began the day within 18" of the overall lead, Alexandre Vinokourov has finished the stage 2'06" behidn the stage winner, Lance Armstrong.

16 H 58 - Ullrich Finishes 41" Behind Armstrong
Ullrich has been led over the finish line by Iban Mayo. The deficit of the German to the American stage winner was 41".

16 H 58 - Armstrong: The All American Hero!
Lance Armstrong has won the 15th stage of the centenary Tour de France. It's his first solo victory of the 2003 edition and his 16th stage victory. There was no salute from the exhausted American.

16 H 56 - Almost The End Of An Epic Stage...!
Lance Armstrong is only moments away from winning the stage. As Ullrich, Mayo, Zubeldia and Basso pass under the 1km to go banner, they have a deficit of 50" to the American in the yellow jersey who crashed at the base of the final climb.

16 H 54 - 2km For Vino...
Vinokourov is 2'00" behind Lance with 2km to go.
Well, Boys and Girls!!Jon Billheimer
Jul 21, 2003 7:31 AM
It doesn't get any more textbook exciting than this: hero suffers numerous adversities; the villain threatens; but our hero in a superhuman burst conquers all!!!! If Disney doesn't make a movie of this...!
this may be remembered as the year of the crashesDougSloan
Jul 21, 2003 7:37 AM
Geez.

At least the final time trial is on a Saturday, and not Sunday with the bs CBS "coverage." That will tough to watch. I think Jan may still take the TT, but maybe by not enough.

Attacks this week on GC?

Doug
And my friend said, which do you want first, the good news badMel Erickson
Jul 21, 2003 7:45 AM
The good news is I'm going to Hawaii. The bad news is I'll be on a plane most of the day Saturday! My only hope is we can stall leaving for the airport long enough to see the stage. I don't know what I'm more excited about. Going to Hawaii for my sons wedding or the ITT. Am I sick?
change flights and go the night before nmDougSloan
Jul 21, 2003 7:48 AM
Oh, if that were only an optionMel Erickson
Jul 21, 2003 7:55 AM
Frequent flyer miles on two tickets, regular fare on four others, sister-in-law with two kids 11 and 9 in tow. Brother-in-law arranged to take us to the airport. All too complicated and no one would understand anyway. Oh, the life of a lonely cycling fan!
call the airlineDougSloan
Jul 21, 2003 8:06 AM
Ask the airline to set up in flight satellite radio or internet feed. You never know... ;-)

Doug
Oh, if that were only an optionflying
Jul 21, 2003 1:46 PM
How about an air card for a laptop?
I wonder if it would even work up there? ;-)