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Old 08-27-13, 01:59 AM   #1
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41-yo chris horner becomes the oldest cyclist to win a stage at grand tour

did not think it's still possible for a 40+ to win anything at this level of competition in modern age. granted a lot of big names are not in this year's vuelta. but still find it very inspiring.
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Loved the fact that Horner took it! He really is overlooked by a lot of people who just look at his age but he has always been near the top of the GC list. I just wonder if he will get another contract with Trek or if another team will try to snag him. Surely he will end up on a good team rather than retire.
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