Australian Cadel Evans wins the Tour de France

By REUTERS
July 24, 2011 19:24

 
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LONDON - PARIS - Cadel Evans became the first Australian to win the Tour de France after finishing with the peloton in the last stage won by Briton Mark Cavendish on Sunday.

Luxembourg's Andy Schleck was second overall with his brother Frank taking third place.

Three-times champion Alberto Contador, who was unbeaten in all the grand tours he entered since 2007, was fifth overall.

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