MP3: Cadel Evans still realising his achievement

25.07.2011

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Cadel Evans says for most of the Tour de France he felt he was losing the race, it was only during the last time trial that he felt he was winning. Evans says the impact of his win is yet to sink in. Source: abc.net.au

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