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ANDREAU REMAINS IN THIRD AT PARIS-NICE





In France, the USPS’ Frankie Andreu remained in third
place overall, 12 seconds back of race leader Laurent Brochard of Jean Delatour,
following today’s 194 km fifth stage of Paris-Nice in Sisteron. Andreu, ninth overall
after the opening stage and 10th overall following stage two, gained seven places
in the GC after finishing with the lead group in stage three and held his position
following two stages of aggressive racing.



Following tomorrow’s sixth stage, Paris-Nice’s decisive stage will take place
on Saturday with a 10 km mountain time trial near Nice.



STAGE TWO, REDLANDS CLASSIC

1. Dylan Casey, USPS; 10 miles in 21:49

2. Clark Sheehan, 7UP/Colorado Cyclist; at :04

3. Dave Zabriskie, 7UP/Colorado Cyclist; at :05

4. Chris Horner, Mercury; at :10

5. Roland Green, Team GT; at :15

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6. Marty Jemison, USPS; at :20

9. Levi Leipheimer, USPS; at :29

25. David George, USPS; at 1:10

xx. Kirk O’Bee, USPS; n/a



GC AFTER TWO STAGES, REDLANDS CLASSIC

1. Sheehan; 2:20:29

2. Zabriskie; at :06

3. Casey; at :50

4. Horner; at :52

5. Green; at :55

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7. Jemison; at 1:02

10. Leipheimer; at 1:12

20. George; at 1:52

xx. O’Bee; n/a



GC AFTER FIVE STAGES, PARIS-NICE

1. Laurent Brochard, Jean Delaour; 19:23:12.

2. Andreas Kloden, Telekom; at :10

3. Frankie Andreu, USPS; at :12

4. Francisco Mancebo, Banesto; at :13

5. Francois Simon, Bonjour; at :16

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