Contador is too hot for his rivals as Spanish dominate Paris-Nice

Alberto Contador, Paris-Nice 2010, stage four

The Spaniards dominated on the Côte de la Croix Neuve in Mende. And Alberto Contador dominated the Spaniards, winning the fourth stage of Paris-Nice and taking the leader's jersey from the shoulders of Jens Voigt.

Contador is not at his best yet, but the ease with which he rode away from the rest on the steepest section of the hill, which has been named after Mende's most famous son, Laurent Jalabert, will cause his rivals for the Tour de France a lot of concern.

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