Evans blows Schleck away in final TT and takes yellow to Paris

Cadel Evans on podium, Tour de France 2011, stage 20

Cadel Evans (BMC) decimated Andy Schleck (Leopard-Trek) in the final time trial of the 2011 Tour de France in Grenoble today, virtually winning himself the race title with a storming performance that almost landed him the stage win too.

Evans finished 2-31 ahead of Andy Schleck, giving himself a 1-34 lead over the Luxembourgean in the GC classification.

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