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The Artworks of Asbjorn Lonvig

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Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 18 - Fantastic OutbreakStage 18 - Fantastic OutbreakAsbjorn Lonvig

An outbreak on the 2nd HC mountain dure all the way to the top of Col du Galibier.;Fantastic.;Attack on the Col d’Izoard which left defending champion struggling in the peloton. ;No loss of yellow jersey

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Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 14 - Surprise, surprise - a Belgium WinnerStage 14 - Surprise, surprise - a Belgium WinnerAsbjorn Lonvig

A Belgium won the biggest race of his career after the rider won stage 14 of the Tour de France.;A stage of 168,6 Km from Saint-Gaudens to Plateau de Beille.

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Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 19 - A talented French rider wins Alpe d-HuezStage 19 - A talented French rider wins Alpe d'HuezAsbjorn Lonvig

Alpe d'Huez is the stage any rider dream of winning.;A tallented French man won.;He wore a green jersey.;After him a Spanish rider. And number 3 was the 3 time winning champion.

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Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 9 Chaos Chaos ChaosStage 9 Chaos Chaos ChaosAsbjorn Lonvig

Officials on motor bike and officials in cars 'takes care of the riders'. ;On an earlier stage a motor bike hit a Danish rider. ;On stage 9 it was chaos. 2 riders in a break out of 5 was brutally overthrown by a car from a TV company.

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Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 9 Chaos Chaos ChaosStage 9 Chaos Chaos ChaosAsbjorn Lonvig

Officials on motor bike and officials in cars 'takes care of the riders'. ;On an earlier stage a motor bike hit a Danish rider. ;On stage 9 it was chaos. 2 riders in a break out of 5 was brutally overthrown by a car from a TV company.

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Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 20 Tribute to the AustralianStage 20 Tribute to the AustralianAsbjorn Lonvig

FINALLY, at long last, the prior number 2 has won the Tour de France? the first Australian to do so. ;He won in a time trial starting and finishing in Grenoble.;He who wore the yellow jersey was 57 seconds ahead before the time trail, but the Australian won with 57 seconds plus 52 seconds to put int...

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Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 21 Passing The Versailles OrangeryStage 21 Passing The Versailles OrangeryAsbjorn Lonvig

The Versailles Orangery (French: L' Orangerie du Château de Versailles) was built by Jules Hardouin-Mansart between 1684 and 1686, that is to say, before work on the castle had even begun. It is under the flowerbed known as 'parterre du midi'. Its central gallery is 155 meters in length, and its fro...

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