Mark Cavendish focused on reaching Paris despite Olympics looming

The Dimension Data sprinter says he'll be looking to contest the final Tour de France sprint in Paris, but says he can't afford to get sick after the race like last year

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Mark Cavendish says that he is focused on racing the Tour de France until the final day in Paris even with the Olympics looming six days after the race finishes.

The Manxman and his Dimension Data team met with the press today, two days before the race kicks off in Mont-Saint-Michel. He says that the 2016 Tour route features five to six possibilities for a sprint finish and he wants his chance to win.

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