Post Patterns Archive: July, 2011

A Tour de France Where Down Under is Finally Up

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The Tour de France win by veteran rider Cadel Evans of Australia, which concluded Sunday with the ceremonial procession into Paris, was a testament... Read more

The Tour de France Goes On (Time) Trial

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After more than 2,000 miles together through valleys and over mountains, the riders in the Tour de France go their separate ways down the same... Read more

That's What He Said: Amaro's next move

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Video: Will Ruben Amaro Jr. make a splash at the deadline? Bob Ford of the Inquirer and the Daily News' Marcus Hayes discuss in the latest... Read more

An Aussie Tries to Close Out The Tour

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What promises to be the most decisive day of the Tour de France finishes Thursday atop the massive Galibier, an Alpine peak that will require... Read more

At the Tour, the French Kiss of Death

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Bernard Hinault stood atop the podium on the Champs-Elysees on July 21, 1985, and he shook the trophy and the bouquet of flowers at the fans... Read more

Truth Day in the Tour de France

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Or maybe not. The leading contenders for the overall Tour de France victory might still be waiting until the Alps to decide things, but Saturday's... Read more

Reid's biggest regret

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Video: If Andy Reid could go back and change one thing that's happened during his head-coaching career, what would it be? Bob Ford of the Inquirer... Read more

Better Phillies: Kruk or Schilling?

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Video: Which Phillies player had the better career: John Kruk or Curt Schilling? Bob Ford of the Inquirer and Marcus Hayes of the Daily News'... Read more