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Old 11-14-2017, 03:34 AM
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BERGERAC, France -- Ramunas Navardauskas of Lithuania led a late breakaway in a downpour to win the 19th Stage of the Tour de France on Friday after hitching a ride with his Garmin-Sharp teammates. Italys Vincenzo Nibali retained the overall leaders yellow jersey and is expected to take it home with him when the three-week cycling showcase ends Sunday. Navardauskas stole away from the pack late in the 208.5-kilometre (129.5-mile) northward trek from Maubourguet to Bergerac. He looked back over his shoulder, kissed his fingers and raised his arms in victory, with a bunch of sprinters barrelling behind him. They crossed seven seconds later, and the stragglers followed. The 26-year-old Garmin-Sharp rider became the first Lithuanian to win an individual stage at cyclings greatest race, and gave his team its first stage win this Tour. In 2011, he was also part of the Garmin-Cervelo squad that won the team time trial at the Tour that year, and he also won a stage in the Italian Giro last year. Garmin-Sharp made the win a team effort. First, Dutch rider Tom-Jelte Slagter joined a five-man breakaway early in the stage, then sped ahead alone. Alex Howes of the United States helped to pull the Lithuanian up front, before Navardauskas went away solo with about 13 kilometres (8 miles) left. "I gave it all. My teammates worked really hard for me," said Navardauskas. "I took a risk -- you have to try -- and it worked." Within the last few kilometres, around a dozen riders crashed together while trying to turn rightward on the rain-slickened roads. Among them were Slovak rider Peter Sagan, who has the green jersey given to the races best sprinter, and Jean-Christophe Peraud, who is third overall. Under course rules, because the crash happened in the last 3 kilometres (2 miles) , nobody who went down lost time in the title chase. The top standings didnt change. The final shakeout comes Saturday with this years only individual time trial. Nibali leads his closest rival by more than seven minutes, but the quest for the last two podium spots is tight. Only 15 seconds separates Thibaut Pinot, Peraud and Alejandro Valverde. Odsonne Edouard Jersey . -- C.J. Wilson parked his car and laughed while signing autographs for faceless fans who handed bats, balls and cards to the pitcher from the other side of a brick wall. Paris Saint-Germain Jerseys . Yet heading to New York, the Habs remain positive as it all comes down to the one main ingredient that the organization has built its team on - character. http://www.psgsoccershop.com/c-7-mar...fc-jersey.aspx. -- Colin Kaepernick insists he just happened to pull on a pair of socks with dollar bill prints all over them Wednesday morning -- before he learned he had struck a new fortune with the San Francisco 49ers. Blaise Matuidi Jersey . Or at least on everyone elses expectations. Costa Rica followed up its surprise win over Uruguay with another World Cup stunner on Friday, beating four-time champion Italy 1-0 to secure a spot in the next round and eliminate England in the process. Yuri Berchiche Jersey . The club announced Friday that Mauro Biello will be kept on as an assistant to coach Jesse Marsch when the Impact join the MLS in 2012.For the first time since 1986 the “Battle of the QEW” is what will decide who wears the CFLs Eastern crown. The Toronto Argonauts (11-7) look for an opportunity to repeat as CFL champions when they host the surging Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-8) on Sunday. (TSN, Noon et/9am pt). Over the season Rogers Centre hasnt been quite the advantage for the Boatmen, as they only boast a 4-5 record at home. The Ticats have had the Argos number, winning two of the three matchups between the clubs, which included a home-and-home sweep late in the season (33-19 in Toronto and 24-18 at Alumni Stadium in Guelph). The Argos play their first game of their postseason without their leading rusher Chad Kackert, who won last years Grey Cup MVP. Kackert, who only played eight games as he battled numerous injuries this season, will miss the game with a fractured ankle suffered in practice. His absence leaves the spotlight on quarterback Ricky Ray. Ray, who has yet to lose a playoff game as an Argo, is the 2013 Eastern Division nominee for Most Outstanding Player. He made the most of his limited appearances, putting up 2,878 yards, 21 touchdowns with only two interceptions and setting the CFL completion percentage record, by completing 77.2 per cent of his pass attempts in only 10 games played, having missed eight due to injury. Aside from the absence of Kackert, the Argos have a bevy of toys for Ray to utilize, including a pair of sub-six footers at thhe slot (say that five times quickly if you can) Andre Durie and Chad Owens, last seasons CFL Most Outstanding Player.dddddddddddd Ray also has the dazzling Dontrelle Inman and John Chiles making plays on the outside at receiver. The Argos defence has often been their strength but at other times their Achilles heel; they will certainly have their work cut out for them. The rotating quarterback carousel between Henry Burris and Dan LeFevour with a pinch of Jeremiah Masoli has worked for the Ticats as of late. Burris especially has been on the money against the Argos. In his three duels he threw for a combined 985 of his CFL-leading 4,925 yards, along with six TDs and only two picks. The Ticats look to exploit an Argos defence that is susceptible to damage on the ground. Running back C.J. Gable has rumbled through with a total of 325 all-purpose yards in three contests against the Argos. LeFevour looked to be a secret weapon unleashed against the Montreal Alouettes in the Eastern Semi-Final gaining 61 yards including the go-ahead score with a two-yard plunge into the end zone. Samuel Giguere, Andy Fantuz and Bakari Grant have been a physical and efficient group of receivers, all having snatched at least five catches against the Als defence in the Eastern Semi-Final. So who is going to win the Eastern Final and gain not only a chance at the Grey Cup, but bragging rights in what could be another classic in the history of these two teams? As always, its Your! Call. 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