Thomas De Gendt (Lotto Soudal) had led from the very first kilometer of this 200 kilometer stage into Saint Etienne. With just two left to go it looked like he had enough of a lead on the chasing Frenchmen to lead it from start to finish. He did. So you see, the break away does win on the rare occasion. I am quite sure he will wear the red bib number of most combative. And he moved himself into second place behind his teammate in the Maillot a Pois competition. Not a bad day's work.
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This is a small 4x6 inch original watercolor painting that is available though my website at www.greigleach.com, or you can simply follow the direct link at the end of this post. Since it is an original it is first come first served. The painting was created using Yarka St Petersburg watercolors from Richesonart.com. The work sells for $75 plus shipping. And yes, international shipping is available.
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