A stage with that classics feeling, with the Cotes d'Ahin from Fleche Wallonne with 50km to go and a tough cobbled climb from the Meuse River up the last 2km up to Namur's famous Fortress make Stage 3 decidedly not for the sprinters. Look out for Olympic champ Bettini on this challenging finish.
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