#1 Sunday, he said he was riding in a boat in Baton Rouge, trying von mary123 05.09.2019 10:07

MONT VENTOUX, France -- Thomas De Gendt hates riding in the wind. With gusts reaching 130 kph at the Mont Ventoux on Thursday, the Belgian rider was worried he might not even reach the finish inside the time limit.He ended up claiming the biggest win of his career.De Gendt won the wind-shortened and chaotic 12th stage of the Tour de France on the Giant of Provence on Thursday after getting into an early breakaway and easily sprinting past fellow Belgian Serge Pauwels on the steep slopes.Usually these stages are the stages Im the most afraid of because of the time limit, De Gendt said. With the wind I was afraid I could drop in the last group and miss the cut for the time limit because I cant ride in the wind.Organizers moved the finish line six kilometers (3 1/2 miles) down the road to the Chalet Reynard because of the wind. It was still a grueling 10-kilometer (six-mile) climb featuring several sections with gradients exceeding 10 percent.De Gendt, who finished third at the Giro dItalia in 2012 after posting another prestigious victory at the Stelvio Pass that year, and Pauwels fought for victory from a breakaway group that set off only a few kilometers after the start.They built a maximum lead of more than 18 minutes before Etixx-Quick Step riders accelerated and split the bunch. De Gendt, who rides for the Lotto Soudal team, benefited from the unexpected help of teammate Andre Greipel, a star sprinter with limited abilities in mountain stages.After bringing bottles to De Gendt throughout the stage, Greipel attacked at the foot of the Ventoux in a move that forced other riders to show their cards.Immediately, we saw who the stronger guys were, De Gendt said. And during the stage, he also did most of the pulling in the leading group. Today, he tried to do a little bit more for me. It shows how great Andre Greipel is ready to work for smaller riders.De Gendt then attacked with four kilometers left and outsprinted Pauwels at Chalet Reynard to seize the best climbers polka-dot jersey. A few kilometers behind, race leader Chris Froome was involved in crash caused by a TV motorbike but was allowed to keep the yellow jersey after the Tour race jury ruled he lost time in unfair circumstances.De Gendt said his next goal will be to win a stage at the Spanish Vuelta in order to complete a full set of Grand Tour stage victories. Daryl Johnston Cowboys Jersey . Now, correct me if Im wrong but I saw one official distinctly pointing at the net indicating a good goal but after an inconclusive review they overturned the goal. Shouldnt the ruling on the ice (good goal) stand after an inconclusive review? Why was this overturned? James Veaudry Pembroke, ON -- Hey Kerry, Youll get a lot of these, but why was the Montreal goal against Nashville Saturday night overturned? 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World champions Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov of Russia won the gold medal with 237.71 points, Moore-Towers and Moscovitch followed at 208.45 and Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov of Russia were third at 187. LSU?athletics department spokesman Michael Bonnette confirmed that legendary Tigers radio voice Jim Hawthorne and his wife were rescued from their Baton Rouge, Louisiana, home on Sunday.LSU officials spent part of Sunday frantically searching for Hawthorne, who went missing after torrential rainfall flooded his neighborhood in Baton Rouge. At one point Sunday, LSU officials asked the public for help on social media in locating Hawthorne and his wife.Bonnette said Hawthornes cell service had been down since Saturday, so his family and friends were unable to reach him.We were launching a boat to go rescue him, Bonnette said. Hes been found and hes safe.When ESPN reached Bonnette on Sunday, he said he was riding in a boat in Baton Rouge, trying to find other residents who needed help.Since we have a boat, were going to rescue other people, Bonnette said. Were iin a boat riding down a four-lane highway in 4 or 5 feet of water.dddddddddddd Were getting through without any problems.Hawthorne, 72, retired as LSUs radio play-by-play announcer last season. He had been the voice of Tigers football since 1983 and also called mens basketball games starting in 1979.He called 387 consecutive LSU football games before missing the Alabama game last season because of a medical procedure.Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards said Sunday that three people had died and more than 7,000 had been rescued after massive floods swept across the state. Edwards, who declared a state of emergency, called the floods unprecedented and historic.Bonnette said LSUs athletics facilities havent been damaged by flooding. ' ' '

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