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  1. 8 de jul. de 2023 · Mark Cavendish abandoned the 2023 Tour de France after a Stage 8 crash, prematurely ending his final Tour. Cavendish is tied with Eddy Merckx at 34 Tour de France stage wins—the...

  2. 8 de jul. de 2023 · Mark Cavendish abandons his final Tour de France after stage eight crash | Tour de France 2023 | The Guardian. Mark Cavendish receives medical attention after his crash....

    • Jeremy Whittle
  3. 8 de jul. de 2023 · Um dos maiores nomes do ciclismo chegou perto de se isolar como o maior campeão do Tour da França. Mark Cavendish buscava se tornar o único atleta com 35 vitórias na prova mais tradicional do esporte, mas sofreu uma queda dura nos últimos 60 km da oitava etapa neste sábado.

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    Cholet – Châteauroux, 232km In his second full season as a professional, and in his second Tour de France, a 23-year-old Cavendish sets the ball rolling with his first stage win. He has already followed up a brilliant debut season with major wins in the form of Scheldeprijs and two stages of the Giro d’Italia, but the Tour win propels him to new he...

    Figeac – Toulouse, 172km Three days later, in the next bunch sprint opportunity, Cavendish does it again. It’s a messy sprint on soaking wet roads in the south of France, and the Columbia train – and the front of the bunch in general – is disrupted by a right-hand bend at the flame rouge. QuickStep and Gert Steegmans end up leading out, but Cavendi...

    Lavelanet – Narbonne, 168km Cavendish sprints with his right arm bandaged – a result of a collision with a stray football in the Pyrenees three days earlier. It doesn’t slow him down. Once again, QuickStep lead out the sprint and Cavendish, having taken Steegmans’ wheel, shows his anticipation by jumping a split-second before the Belgian can get ou...

    Narbonne – Nîmes, 182km The dominance continues. As we wrote in our stage report: "The Cannonball is fast becoming the Cannibal in the sprints." This time Milram lead out for Zabel, and Cavendish is more of a free agent. He gets onto the train before ducking left onto Hushovd’s wheel. After a few moments, the road opens up in the centre-left and he...

    Monaco – Brignoles, 187km After winning Milan-San Remo in the spring, Cavendish strikes at the first opportunity at the Tour. It’s a hilly stage that ends in a messy sprint but still HTC manage to exert control, with George Hincapie and then Renshaw – an off-season signing – performing a fautless lead-out. Cavendish hits the wind early but never fa...

    Marseille - La Grande-Motte, 196.5km The very next day, Cavendish makes it two, and it’s another show of dominance both from himself and his team, who split the peloton into a 30-man move in the crosswinds some 30km from the finish. Renshaw is there and this time takes him a little closer but the result is the same. Cavendish uses his thumb and pin...

    Limoges – Issoudun, 194.5km This one is where it starts to almost look easy. Granted, the false flat sprint means this isn’t one of Cavendish’s faster sprints but it’s another uncomplicated Hincapie-Renshaw lead-out before Cavendish hits out just over 200 metres out. Hushovd is behind in green, having won the uphill sprint on stage 6, but can’t con...

    Vatan - Saint-Fargeau, 192km This uphill finish is steeper and expected to offer the likes of Hushovd and Farrar a better shot, but Cavendish has the beating of them for the second time in two days. Milram try to muscle in on the lead-out but Cavendish still has Tony Martin, Hincapie, and Renshaw to make sure he only has to open up in sight of the ...

    Bourgoin-Jallieu – Aubenas, 178km Cavendish’s copybook has been blotted slightly by his relegation for irregular sprinting on stage 14 and a war of words with Hushovd over the battle for the green jersey, with the Norwegian sweeping up intermediate sprints in the mountain stages to take control. However, Cavendish responds resoundingly with a long-...

    Montereau - Paris, 164km This is one of the defining sprints in Mark Cavendish’s career. Even if there were no doubts over his speed, some still expressed reservations over his versatility and robustness. Milan-San Remo had swung the argument in his favour but getting through the mountains and winning on the 21st and final day puts it to bed. He be...

    • Patrick Fletcher
  4. 9 de jul. de 2023 · Olympics.com Paris 2024 Astana-Qazaqstan has offered Mark Cavendish a contract extension to ride in the Tour de France next year despite the British cyclist's planned retirement at the...