TdF: Thor Hushovd

Norwegian Thor Hushovd of Cervelo Test Team sprints to a 3rd Stage win during the Tour de France.


July 06, 2010 - Arenberg, FRANCE - epa02238658 Cervelo team rider Thor Hushovd of Norway celebrates his victory as he cycles to win the third stage of the 97th Tour de France 2010 cycling race between Wanze in Belgium and Arenberg in France, Arenberg, France, 06 July 2010.

The 32 year old cyclist donned the green sprinter’s jersey today. Hushovd broke his collarbone last May after he collided with a girl during a training ride. He recovered without complications and returned to training for the Tour. Today marks his 9th career Tour de France stage win.

July 06, 2010 - Arenberg, FRANCE - epa02238682 Cervelo team rider Thor Hushovd of Norway celebrates on the podium with the sprinter's green jersey after the third stage of the 97th Tour de France 2010 cycling race between Wanze in Belgium and Arenberg in France, Arenberg, France 06 July 2010.

Today’s stage took the race through the cobbles of northern France 25 miles short of the finish in Arenberg.

July 06, 2010 - Arenberg, FRANCE - epa02238842 Saxo Bank team rider Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland (R), and Saxo Bank team rider Andy Schleck of Luxembourg cycle on cobblestones during the third stage of the 97th Tour de France 2010 cycling race between Wanze in Belgium and Arenberg in France, Arenberg, France, 06 July 2010.

July 06, 2010 - Arenberg, FRANCE - epa02238831 Saxo Bank team rider Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland cycles on cobblestones during the third stage of the 97th Tour de France 2010 cycling race between Wanze in Belgium and Arenberg in France, Arenberg, France, 06 July 2010.

Fabian Cancellara survived the pave to win the yellow jersey in Stage 3.

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Tomorrow: 95 miles Stage 4 Cambrai to Reims.

One comment

  • July 8, 2010 - 4:33 am | Permalink

    The Tour de France has been spectacular and exciting so far – well done to the organisers for the dynamic route.

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