Tour de France Roundup: Let’s Just Call This A Tie And Move On With Our Lives
Marcel Kittel collected his third win in seven days, taking Stage 7 of the Tour de France -- the closest finish ever in the history of professional sports among men wearing sunscreen and skintight pants. Kittel sneaked past Boasson Hagen by 0.0003 seconds, or what we horse racing degenerates like to call a photo finish.
Here's a dramatic re-enactment:
— pro cycling trumps (@procycletrumps) July 7, 2017
— Le Tour de France UK (@letour_uk) July 7, 2017
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But now the fun really begins: Day 8 is the first of the mountain stages. Good luck, Mr. Frodo.
Tour news you never thought you'd see today
British former Tour de France cyclist Robert Millar has completed a transition to become a woman.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) July 7, 2017
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