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Today In Sports History for July 26

...the pack to clinch his second straight victory in the Tour de France.1996 - American swimmer Amy Van Dyken wins the 50-meter...victory for the Giants.2009 - Alberto Contador wins the Tour de France for a second time. Andy Schleck of Luxembourg, Contador's...

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Today In Sports History for July 24 and July 25

...Woods when he won the first of his three consecutive U.S. Junior Amateur titles in 1991.2011 - Cadel Evans wins the Tour de France, becoming the first Australian champion in cycling's greatest race. Andy Schleck of Luxembourg finishes second...

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Two stages down, two to go in Alps for Froome on Tour

...stages left of real racing," he said. "This time two years ago I was just sort of hanging on."NOTES:? The Tour de France has barred the driver of an official motorcycle in the entourage after he caused the crash of Danish rider Jakob...

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Geschke wins, Froome stays safe on Stage 17 in Alps

BARCELONNETTE, France - Simon Geschke of the Giant-Alpecin team won a tough and dangerous Stage 17 of the Tour de France in the Alps on Wednesday with a brave solo ride, while former champion Alberto Contador fell during a terrifying...

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Today In Sports History for July 17 and July 18

...to power the United States to the World Cup of Softball title with a 5-2 victory over Japan.2008 - Drugs hit the Tour de France again, and the third doping bust nets the biggest name yet: Italy's Riccardo Ricco, a winner of two stages...

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Today In Sports History for July 16

...to power the United States to the World Cup of Softball title with a 5-2 victory over Japan.2008 - Drugs hit the Tour de France again, and the third doping bust nets the biggest name yet: Italy's Riccardo Ricco, a winner of two stages...

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Today In Sports History for July 22

...win consecutive British Open titles.2006 - Floyd Landis, pedaling with an injured hip, cruises to victory in the Tour de France, keeping cycling's most prestigious title in American hands for the eighth straight year.2009 - Mark Buehrle...

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Today In Sports History for July 21

...players and coaches from both teams leaving the bench.2012 - Bradley Wiggins becomes the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France by protecting the yellow jersey during the final processional ride into Paris. Fellow Briton and Sky teammate Christopher...

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Despite lead, Froome on defensive

VALENCE, France - Despite his comfortable lead in the Tour de France, Chris Froome heads into the Alps - the last big hurdle between him and victory in Paris - on the defensive.Not against other...

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Today In Sports History for July 20

1858 - Fans are charged for the first time to see a baseball game. Approximately 1,500 fans pay 50 cents to see the New York All-Stars beat Brooklyn 22-18 at Fashion Race Course on Long Island.

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