Lithuania’s cyclist Ramūnas Navardauskas wins Tour de France’s 19th stage

Ramūnas Navardauskas made minor history Friday when he became the first Lithuanian cyclist to win a stage of the Tour de France, which is considered the toughest cycling race in the world.
Ramūnas Navardauskas
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