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Video: Haussler on leading the Tour of Qatar and Mark Cavendish's apology

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Jeremy Hunt (Sky) and Heinrich Haussler (Garmin-Cervelo) at the launch of Doha's free bikes scheme.

Jeremy Hunt (Sky) and Heinrich Haussler (Garmin-Cervelo) at the launch of Doha's free bikes scheme. (Image credit: Barry Ryan)
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Mark Cavendish and Heinrich Haussler crashed spectacularly in the finale of stage four at the Tour de Suisse.

Mark Cavendish and Heinrich Haussler crashed spectacularly in the finale of stage four at the Tour de Suisse. (Image credit: AFP)

Heinrich Haussler (Garmin-Cervélo) took control of the overall lead of the Tour of Qatar with his second consecutive sprint victory on Wednesday. The Classics specialist exclusively told Cyclingnews that he and his teammates had targeted the leader's jersey - previously held by Tom Boonen (Quick Step) and treated stage three as a one day race.

 

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