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Amaury Sport Announces Route For 100th Edition Of Tour De France
Published October 24, 2012
Last year's champion Bradley Wiggins has "a tougher job of defending" his title as the '13 route is "more mountainous and may favour climbers" like Alberto Contador and Andy Schleck. The length of time trials for next year's race "have been reduced to 65km from 100km in 2012" (BBC.co.uk, 10/24).