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TDF stage 10 / transitional / Paulinho wins from break! GC unchanged

Wednesday,  07/14/10  10:51 PM

Sergio Paulinho attacks from a long break to win stage 10TDF stage 10 profileToday's TDF stage was forecast to be good for a breakaway, and it was, as Sergio Paulinho outlasted a long break to give Radio Shack something to cheer about.  Behind him the peloton took a much needed rest, as both the GC men and the sprinters hung back to wait for another day.  It was Bastille Day so you might have expected French riders to push for victory, but in the end it was Portugal (Paulinho) against Russia (Vasil Kiryienka).

Tomorrow looks like a stock sprint stage - long flat ride with only a few bumps - as the battle shifts from the yellow jersey to the green...

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