Tour narrows to two-man race: Schleck vs Contador

Alberto Contador and Andy Schleck, Tour de France 2010 stage 9

The Tour de France has narrowed to a two-man race with still half the race left to race. Today on the Alpine mountain passes leading to Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, Andy Schleck and Alberto Contador delivered a knock-out blow to former race leader, Cadel Evans.

"I'm not at my normal level," said Evans, "but when you're in the yellow jersey at the Tour, whether you're good or not, you have to be there."

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