Sick Millar abandons Giro d'Italia's 13th stage

David Millar and doctor, Giro d'Italia 2010, stage 13

Scot David Millar pulled out mid-way through today's Giro d'Italia stage to Cesenatico with a fever. He pointed to the stage cold and rainy stage to L'Aquila two days ago as the likely cause.

"I was freezing and I only had a sleeveless jacket on," he told Cycling Weekly. "I thought I was okay, but for 60K I was freezing."

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