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Team Cyclingnews.com experienced a weekend of mixed fortunes, when Tour leader Hamish Haynes was...
Team Cyclingnews.com experienced a weekend of mixed fortunes, when Tour leader Hamish Haynes was forced to abandon on Saturday's Stage 5 to Kékestetô, but on the upside, the day also saw his team-mate Glen Chadwick win the stage, also moving into the lead in the mountains classification. On Sunday's double stage, Chadwick moved up into third overall after finishing second in the morning time trial, but in the afternoon road stage, his team-mate Leigh Palmer fell and broke his collarbone, and had to be transported to the hospital in Vac. Barring disaster - which doesn't seem to be easy for Team Cyclingnews.com! - Chadwick will retain his podium position after today's final stage in Újbuda, along with his mountains jersey.