With all eyes on Lance Armstrong this spring, fellow American Bobby Julich quiety trained for the beginning of the European pro racing season. And as Armstrong sat at his home in Girona, Spain, nursing an illness that knocked him out of the Paris-Nice race on Wednesday, Julich took the podium as the first American to win the week-long bicycle race in its 63-year history.
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American Bobby Julich will wear the yellow/white leader's jersey for the final day of the Paris-Nice bicycle race on Sunday.
Julich's CSC teammates protected him from other cyclists contending for the general classification lead on the 114-mile route from La …
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Although Lance Armstrong departed the Paris-Nice bicycle race on Wednesday, an American racer has ridden forward to take the lead.
Bobby Julich, riding for Team CSC is in the yellow/white jersey Friday with a 19 second lead over his nearest …
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