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July 27, 2001 | BONNIE DeSIMONE, CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Can you blame a guy for accepting a little free help? French rider Jimmy Casper of the La Francaise des Jeux team has brought up the rear of the Tour de France for much of the race, a distinction recognized by the honorary title of "red light." As of Thursday, he remained in 145th and last place, trailing overall leader Lance Armstrong by almost four hours.
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July 27, 2001 | BONNIE DeSIMONE, CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Can you blame a guy for accepting a little free help? French rider Jimmy Casper of the La Francaise des Jeux team has brought up the rear of the Tour de France for much of the race, a distinction recognized by the honorary title of "red light." As of Thursday, he remained in 145th and last place, trailing overall leader Lance Armstrong by almost four hours.
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July 13, 2008 | From the Associated Press
A review of what happened Saturday and a look at what to expect in today's stage: Saturday's stage: A 107.2-mile, mostly flat ride from Figeac to Toulouse, the final part of which took place in heavy rain. Winner: Mark Cavendish of Britain and Team Columbia won his second stage in four days. Teammate Gerald Ciolek of Germany was second, with Jimmy Casper of France third.
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July 3, 2006 | From the Associated Press
He can sprint, climb mountains and excel at time trials. And, thanks to some wily riding, he has the Tour de France's famed yellow jersey after the opening weekend. Judging from his early form at the first Tour of the post-Lance Armstrong era, George Hincapie is emerging as a serious contender to succeed his onetime boss.
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