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Cycling: Boasson Hagen 2nd

Norwegian biker Edgar Boasson Hagen (Sky) placed second in the 48km international ITT event at Les Herbiers in France on Sunday. UK's ITT expert David Millar (Garmin) won the race.

Lieuwe Westra from the Netherlands (Vacansoleil) placed third, 47 seconds behind Hagen.

(NRK)


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