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Sky manager says Mark Cavendish will continue racing in the Tour de France after a serious crash during the fourth stage on Wednesday.
Dave Brailsford says Cavendish's injuries are ''superficial'' and adds that world champion is expected to continue racing in the Tour.
The British sprinter got involved in a crash along with several other riders less than 2 miles before finish. Cavendish hit the ground during the buildup to the final sprint.
Cavendish's rival, Andre Greipel of Germany, won the stage between Abbeville and Rouen.
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Germany's Andre Greipel led a bunch sprint to win the fourth stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday after a late crash engulfed several riders, including world champion Mark Cavendish of Britain.
Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara avoided the late trouble and retained the overall lead for a fifth day after the 133-mile race along the English Channel from Abbeville to Rouen.
World Champion claims his 21st Tour de France stage win, Cancellara remains in yellow
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Andre Greipel of Germany led a frenzied bunch sprint to the fifth stage finish line for his second straight Tour de France stage win on Thursday.
Fabian Cancellara retained the yellow jersey for a sixth straight day.
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The pack overtook three breakaway...
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Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland retained the yellow jersey for a seventh day after the 129-mile trek from Epernay to Metz through the Champagne region.
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Stage 2 of the Tour de France, which was a flat stage, came down to teams battling it out at the front for position in the final kilometers. A three rider breakaway, which attacked at 22km, had as much as eight minutes on the field, but was caught with more than enough time for teams to set up their leadout trains. Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team led the chase until the break...
After narrowly missing out on the Stage 2 victory, Andre Greipel and his Lotto Belisol lead out train finally got it right on Stage 4 in Rouen. As teammate Greg Henderson peeled off in the closing meters, it was clearly evident that Greipel would not be surpassed. Alessandro Petacchi (Lapre-ISD) and Tom Veelers (Argos-Shimano) would finish second and third, respectively.