Frenchman Lecuisinier wins junior road race

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France's Pierre Henri Lecuisinier showed that victory doesn't have to come from a bunch sprint at this year's worlds when he took victory in the junior men's road race at the head of a five rider breakaway on Saturday morning.

Mark Cavendish and his colleagues will take note for Sunday's elite men's race. British riders came away empty handed after the winning move survived the best part of the final two laps ahead of a ravaging pack.

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