North Americans make their mark at Mont Sainte-Anne World Cup

By Rob Jones and Steve Medcroft

North Americans are making their mark in the highest levels of elite road racing. Bobby Julich won Paris-Nice. George Hincapie took the Dauphine prologue. Dave Zabriskie and Chris Horner won stages of the Giro D'Italia and Tour de Suisse. And in Philly, a race usually dominated by visiting foreigners, five Americans take the podium steps for themselves, building the growing numbers of North Americans riding at the front and winning major European road races.

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