Danilo Di Luca
New race leader Danilo Di Luca was full of praise for the young man who preceded him in the maglia rosa
Lance Armstrong faced his first big loss in the mountains since he lost two minutes on the Col de Joux-Plane in the 2000 Tour de France
Danilo Di Luca was racing as a young rider back when current Silence-Lotto directeur sportif Roberto Damiani
Ivan Basso and his Liquigas team produced some devastating results over the finale of the fifth day of the Giro d'Italia
The Giro d'Italia heads to the Dolomites mountains on Tuesday, where the first mountaintop finish awaits the riders on the race's centennial edition.
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