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Farrar endures another day in the Pyrenees

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LOURDES, France — Reigning world titlist Thor Hushovd of Norway, the former race leader, claimed a solo win in Stage 13 today while teammate Tyler Farrar of Wenatchee finished as expected near the back of the field for a second straight day at the Tour de France. Hushovd (Garmin-Cervelo), who assumed the race lead with his squad’s team time trial win in Stage 2 and kept it for a week, completed the 94.7-mile ride — the race’s second stage the Pyrenees — from Pau to the Catholic pilgrimage city in 3 hours, 47 minutes and 36 seconds.

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