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Old February 20th, 2006, 10:34 PM   #41
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Here are a few pictures that I took while I was there.







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Old February 21st, 2006, 04:55 AM   #42
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Argentinian rider wins Stage 1 of Tour of California
- Dan Giesin, Chronicle Staff Writer
Monday, February 20, 2006






(02-20) 04:37 PST SANTA ROSA -- Juan Jose Haedo, an Argentinian competing for the freshly minted Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team, took the Amgen Tour of California by surprise today.

In a mad dash to the finish in Santa Rosa, Haedo outsprinted the rest of the field -- including such heavy hitters as Australia's Stuart O'Grady and Emeryville's Freddy Rodriguez -- to win the 81˝-mile Stage 1 leg from Sausalito in convincing fashion.

"It was a great feeling," said Haedo, whose eight-man team got togehter for the first time last month. "I can't say I wasn't surprised by my win ... but I've been training hard to be here, to be in good shape for this race."

Haedo edged T-Mobile rider Olaf Pollack of Germany by 2˝ bike lengths, with O'Grady, of the powerhouse CSC squad, coming in third.

Levi Leipheimer, the pride of Santa Rosa, finished in the pack, retaining the golden leader's jersey he donned after winning Sunday's prologue in San Francisco. Leipheimer, who has fininshed in the Tour de France top 10 three times, said defending the jersey as the inaugural TOC came into his hometown was his major goal of the day.

"I don't think there is any one sentence or word to sum up the way I feel right now," the Gerolsteiner team captain said. "It's an amazing feeling."

Jackson Stewart of Los Gatos, who rides for San Francisco's Kodakgallery.com/Sierra Nevada team, was involved in a two-man break that developed near Point Reyes Station and lasted more about half the race. He was awarded the TOC's first most aggressive rider award.

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Old February 21st, 2006, 05:10 AM   #43
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Old February 21st, 2006, 06:58 AM   #44
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Here in Roanoke, Virginia, the whole thing is on TV
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Old February 22nd, 2006, 09:52 AM   #45
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You're watching it on ESPN2?
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Old February 22nd, 2006, 09:53 AM   #46
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South Carolinian takes lead in Tour of California
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Tuesday, February 21, 2006

(02-21) 17:55 PST San Jose, Calif. (AP) --

George Hincapie of Greenville, S.C., used cohesive teamwork and a strong closing sprint to claim stage 2 and assume the lead by four seconds Tuesday in the Tour of California.

Hincapie, 32, a stage winner in the 2005 Tour de France who rides for Discovery Channel, claimed the 94.4-mile road race from Monterey to San Jose in 4 hours, 1 minute and 26 seconds.

With the 10-second bonus time he earned for the win, Hincapie, who began the day in third place, took the race advantage over previous leader Levi Leipheimer (Gerolsteiner) of Santa Rosa.

Leipheimer, who won Sunday's prologue, held a five-second race lead entering the second stage.

The reigning Tour of Germany champion, Leipheimer finished fourth in the second stage and is second overall.

Bobby Julich (CSC) of Reno, Nev., who placed fifth in the stage, is third overall, trailing Hincapie by nine seconds.

"The stage wasn't too hard until the climb," said Hincapie, who won the 15th stage of last year's Tour de France, the hardest of the event. "But Sierra Road (a nine-mile climb) was definitely hard. I didn't know the hill, but it might have helped to know the climb a bit. It was a really tough, steep climb. It was never-ending."

Chris Horner (Davitamon-Lotto), Bend, Ore., finished second in the stage in the same time as Hincapie.

Josep Jufre Puo (Davitatmon-Lotto) of Spain was third in the stage, also in the same time.

The stage featured the race's first substantial ascent about 18 miles from the finish.

Hincapie, the only teammate to ride with now-retired teammate Lance Amstrong in each of his seven Tour de France titles, used strong team riding throughout the stage.

"It worked for us (his team) to stay to together," said Hincapie, a nine-time Tour de France finisher. "That's the way we've raced together the last ten years at the Tour de France. Teams have attacked and trying to get away from us. But that strategy works for us."

The eight-day, estimated 600-mile race continues Wednesday with a 17-mile individual time trial, also in San Jose.

The inaugural race, sponsored by Amgen, continues through Sunday in Redondo Beach.


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Old February 22nd, 2006, 10:14 AM   #47
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Its a good thing that the weather for this week is pretty much sunny.
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Old February 23rd, 2006, 06:10 AM   #48
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Old February 23rd, 2006, 06:11 AM   #49
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Landis blitzes Tour field in time trial
- Dan Giesen
Wednesday, February 22, 2006

There's a new king of the California roads, and his name is Floyd Landis.

The Southern California resident who competes for the Swiss Phonak team won Wednesday's second stage of the Amgen Tour of California, blitzing the field in the 17-mile individual time trial in San Jose.

With the victory, Landis, who beat runner-up David Zabriskie, the CSC rider from Salt Lake City, by 26 seconds, takes over the overall lead from South Carolinian George Hincapie, who was fouth in the TT.

"This is one of the most satifying wins of my career," said Landis, who completed the course in 35 minutes, 58.9 seconds. "Winning the Tour of California would be very special to me. Keeping the (leader's golden) jersey ove the next few days ... would be a good way to start the season."

It's not going to be easy. Both Zabriskie and CSC teammate Bobby Julich of Reno, who was third Wednesday, 35 seconds off the pace, are Nos. 2 and 3 in the overall category (29 and 34 seconds behind, respectively), and Hincapie, who will be supported by his strong Discovery Channel squad, lurks 45 seconds behind.

Meanwhile, Levi Leipheimer, the Santa Rosan who led the TOC over the first two days, only to give up the lead to Hincapie on Tuesday's Martinez-Santa Rosa leg, fell further back in the overall standings. The captain of the German Gerolsteiner squad finished a well-beaten ninth in the TT (1:16 off the pace) and dropped to sixth overall, 1:10 behind Leipheimer.
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Old February 23rd, 2006, 04:35 PM   #50
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612: I'm not knowledgeable with professional cycling but do you think this "Tour of California" has the potential to be as big as Tour de France?
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Old February 23rd, 2006, 09:07 PM   #51
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Add 13 more days of riding, 1400 miles and wait 100 years. But, having said that, I think this tour can be made into one of the grand tours within a couple years and California is the place to have it. It is hard to compete with 100 years of history and legend that goes with the TdeF right away. I have been watching on ESPN2 and this is off to a great start.
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Old February 24th, 2006, 07:26 AM   #52
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The Tour of California has a lot of potential, but it will take a few more years to be on the same level as Tour de France. This is only the first year, if it happens next year, it will definitely be bigger and attract more people.
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Old February 24th, 2006, 07:29 AM   #53
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Haedo wins Tour of California fourth stage; Landis leads overall
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Thursday, February 23, 2006

(02-23) 19:01 PST San Jose, Calif. (AP) --

Juan Jose Haedo of Argentina became the first double stage winner when he sprinted to a close win Thursday in the longest stage of the Tour of California.

Haedo, 25, who rides for the new American team Toyota United, completed the fast 130.4-mile fourth stage from Monterey in 4 hours, 41 minutes, 2 seconds.

Floyd Landis (Phonak), of Murrieta, who finished 20th in the main field in the same time as the winner, retained his 29-second race lead over David Zabriskie (CSC) of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Bobby Julich (CSC) of Reno, Nev., remained third overall, trailing by 34 seconds.

Riding aggressively and sometimes with a steady tail wind, the stage's winning average speed was 27.85 mph. The main group finished an estimated 15 minutes earlier than expected.

"I came out around the final corner in fourth, but I caught a couple of people by surprise," said Haedo, who also sprinted to the stage 1 win last Monday in Santa Rosa. "But when I saw the 200-meter sign I said, 'I gotta go now.'"

Haedo, who won 12 races last season, quickly passed Fred Rodriguez (Davitamon-Lotto), of Emeryville, in the waning meters, although Rodriquez closed his deficit to about 2 feet at the finish.

"It's a little bit more difficult with a new team," said Haedo, who began the day in 109th place but improved to 100th, trailing Landis by 20:17. "But it seems to be working out well."

Andre Korff (T-Mobile), of Germany, finished third in the stage in the same time.

The stage also included several crashes, but only one forced a rider to leave the race.

Zach Grabowski (Coalavita-Sutter), of Lafayette, Colo., crashed 6 miles into the stage. He was taken to a local hospital after suffering head injuries, but was released late Thursday.

Landis, a four-time Tour de France finisher, assumed the race lead after riding to a dominating victory in Wednesday's individual trial.

"The general classification (overall standing) is only still seconds," said Landis. "So there will probably continue to be attacks (aggressive riding) to the last day."

The eight-day, estimated 600-mile race continues Friday with the 105.3-mile stage from San Luis Obispo to Santa Barbara.

The inaugural Tour of California is sponsored by Amgen.


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From what I know, the tour isn't on a local channel here.
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Old February 25th, 2006, 03:23 AM   #56
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Here's some good news for the Tour of California:

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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- With the Amgen Tour of California on pace to set records in attendance for a spectator sporting event in California, as well as for any cycling event in the U.S., Californian Floyd Landis retained the overall lead while Juan Jose Haedo won his second stage, the Queen Stage, of the 2006 event.

In the first five days of the inaugural international professional cycling race which began February 19, record crowds of more than 680,000 fans have come to the course to cheer the riders on, with another 200,000 in the first four days of the race tuning in for live action at www.amgentourofcalifornia.com.
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Old February 25th, 2006, 03:29 AM   #57
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Hincapie Becomes Double Stage Winner
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Friday, February 24, 2006

(02-24) 17:06 PST Santa Barbara, Calif. (AP) --

Nine-time Tour de France finisher George Hincapie won the fifth stage of the Tour of California on Friday while Floyd Landis hung on to the race lead.

Hincapie, of Greenville, S.C., again used his teammates' strong support to sprint to victory in the 105.3-mile stage in 3 hours, 52 minutes, 2 seconds. He joined Juan Jose Haedo of Argentina as a double stage winner.

Landis (Phonak) of Murrieta finished 18th in the main field and maintained his 29-second race margin over David Zabriskie (CSC) of Salt Lake City.

Bobby Julich (CSC) of Reno, Nev., remains third overall, trailing the leader by 34 seconds.

"The way I can see it, there's no reason to waste extra energy chasing every single guy who wanted to attack," Landis said. "There was still a long way to go. But as we get closer to the finish, the more nervous I'm getting."

Hincapie, who claimed the race's second stage last Tuesday, won this stage in similar fashion. His Discovery Channel teammates rode at the front nearing the final sprint and then Hincapie jumped to the front nearing the line.

"I was on my own for the last 300 meters," said Hincapie, who last July won the 15th stage of the Tour de France. "It was a long stretch, but I was able to bring it home."

Fabian Wegmann (Gerolsteiner) of Germany finished second in the stage and Chris Horner (Davitamon-Lotto) or Bend, Ore., was third.

"I'm really not in that good of shape yet," said Hincapie, the only teammate who rode with the now-retired Lance Armstrong during each of his seven consecutive Tour de France wins. "But I've got two wins already. We virtually had the whole team at the front, and I had super legs for the climb."

The race continues Saturday with an 89.5-mile road race from Santa Barbara to Thousand Oaks and concludes Sunday with a 76.5-mile circuit race in Redondo Beach.


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Old February 26th, 2006, 06:42 AM   #59
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Pollack takes Tour of California sixth stage; Landis keeps lead
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Saturday, February 25, 2006

(02-25) 16:15 PST Thousand Oaks, Calif. (AP) --

Olaf Pollack of Germany took the sixth stage — his first win in a year and a half — while Floyd Landis of Murrieta kept his overall lead Saturday, likely securing the Tour of California title.

Pollack, 32, who underwent two operations last year, emerged from a large pack to claim the 89.5-mile Santa Barbara to Thousand Oaks road race by more than a bike length in 3 hours, 26 minutes, 39 seconds and at an average speed of 25.79 mph.

"The final 2,000 meters were very difficult," said Pollack, a gold medalist in the 2004 Summer Olympics in the team pursuit. "It was up and down and all the top sprinters were there. But what can I say? I am here and I won."

Landis, 30, the ninth-place finisher in the 2005 Tour de France, finished 39th and in the main pack for the third consecutive day.

The group of 103 riders from the starting field of 127 on Feb. 19 in San Francisco will contest a 10-lap, 76.5-mile circuit race Sunday. The stage is not conducive for erasing substantial time deficits.

Similar to the past few days, breaks developed early in the stage. But the main group came together and again set up the final miles for sprinters.

Landis, who's kept his lead for four consecutive days, will take a 29-second margin over David Zabriskie (CSC) of Salt Lake City and a 34-second margin over Bobby Julich (CSC) of Reno, Nev., into Sunday's final stage in Redondo Beach.

"There's one day left and it doesn't look too eventful," said Landis, who took the race lead after riding to a dominating individual time win last Wednesday in San Jose.

Riccardo Ricco (Saunier Duval-Prodir) of Italy placed second in the stage and Fred Rodriguez (Davitamon-Lotto) of Emeryville was third.

The race lost four more riders Saturday, two who didn't begin the stage and two who didn't finish.

Gilberto Simoni (Saunier Duval-Prodir) of Italy, a two-time winner of the Tour of Italy, was in the pair who didn't start. Simoni cited lack of fitness.

The Tour of California is sponsored by Amgen.


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