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The US-based TIAA-CREF team has scored its first big European win at the Tour de Normandie....
The US-based TIAA-CREF team has scored its first big European win at the Tour de Normandie. Twenty-seven-year-old neo-pro Brad Huff won the first road stage of the week-long race in Forges les Eaux yesterday, outsprinting Vidal Celis (Orbea) and Saïd Haddou (Auber 93) after a lengthy sprint.
"I started my sprint with 300 meters to go, which is way, way too long," said Huff. "But, I got it anyway."