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29.06.2012

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Cadel unfazed by underdog tag MP3

This year's Tour de France has been described as the 'the Ashes on wheels' with the Australian defending champion, Cadel Evans, expected to face stiff competition from the race favourite, Britain's Bradley Wiggins. But Evans says being the underdog won't change his approach to the race. Source: abc.net.au

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