Final Stage

Cadel Evens

Racked by drug scandals, rider departures, team withdrawals and fighting among the leaders of the sport, the 94th Tour de France ended Sunday as one of the most tumultuous races in the event’s history.

If there was a silver lining to the problems at the Tour this year, it came on Sunday, when 40 Oakley riders crossed the finish wearing Livestrong edition eyewear—a clean and clear message for the fight against cancer.

Oakley’s Cadel Evans of Predictor-Lotto came in second overall to Alberto Contador who rides for the Discovery Channel team, by 23 seconds, the second-narrowest margin in a Tour.

Seven Oakley riders finished in the top 10 overall.

Author

Kiko Garcia

Date

July 30, 2007

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