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Taylor Phinney falls to sixth at the Fleche du Sud

Trek-Livestrong's Taylor Phinney fell to sixth overall at the Fleche du Sud stage race in Luxembourg on Friday, losing the leader's jersey he took in the prologue. Phinney finished 16th on the stage, 1:10 behind race winner Simon Zahners of the Swiss team, Bürgis Cycling. Zahners outsprinted three breakaway companions, while Phinney finished in the field. Zahner now leads the GC, 12 seconds ahead of Dutch rider Maint Berkenbosch. Phinney continues to lead the best young rider competition by three seconds over German Marcel Kittel, the winner of stage 1.

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Swiss rider Simon Zahners takes the stage and the overall lead

Trek-Livestrong’s Taylor Phinney fell to sixth overall at the Fleche du Sud stage race in Luxembourg on Friday, losing the leader’s jersey he took in the prologue.

Phinney finished 16th on the stage, 1:10 behind race winner Simon Zahners of the Swiss team, Bürgis Cycling. Zahners outsprinted three breakaway companions, while Phinney finished in the field. Zahner now leads the GC, 12 seconds ahead of Dutch rider Maint Berkenbosch.

Phinney continues to lead the best young rider competition by three seconds over German Marcel Kittel, the winner of stage 1.

Kevin Soller, of the USA National Team/Team Waste Management, is the next American, in 12th at 1:22 behind Zahner.

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