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Simon Gerrans reclaims the overall lead after fifth stage on Willunga Hill

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Australian home favourite Simon Gerrans sprints to first-stage victory on Tour Down Under

Team Sky's Geraint Thomas sits 11 seconds behind following the opening stage in Adelaide

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Tour of Britain: Sir Bradley Wiggins retains overall lead as Irishman Sam Bennett wins stage five

Today's stage was the toughest of the tour

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Yellow jersey holder Team Sky rider Christopher Froome of Britain cycles heads the pack during the 168.5 km ninth stage of the Tour de France from Saint-Girons to Bagneres-de-Bigorre

Tour de France 2013: Chris Froome survives ‘hardest day’ after Sky falls apart and Ireland's Dan Martin wins his first stage

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Christian Vande Velde

Tour de France 2013: Crash sees yellow jersey contender Christian Vande Velde pull-out

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These devices won't just give you the time of your jog – but calories burned, your heart rate and the route taken.

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Price: £379.99
Screen: 2.6-inch touchscreen
Battery life: 17 hours
Maps: Built in mapping and Ordinance Survey compatible
Connectivity: Automatic Bluetooth syncin

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Overall leader Britain's Christopher Froome rides during the 143 km sixth stage of the 65th edition of the Dauphine Criterium

Criterium du Dauphine: Chris Froome retains grip on yellow jersey after stage six

Froome came home safely in the peloton

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