Technical finish suits McEwen

... and McEwen wins

... and McEwen wins (Image credit: Daniel Simms)

Robbie McEwen (Davitamon Lotto) found the technical finish of the Tour de Suisse's longest day to his liking as he carried the white green and gold Australian champion's jersey across the line in first place in Bad Zurzach yesterday. McEwen beat out Daniele Colli (Liquigas-Bianchi) and Aurelien Clerc (Phonak) for the win, with other top sprinters such as Tom Boonen (Quick Step) and Baden Cooke (Francaise de Jeux) not far behind.

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