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Photo: Tour de France Stage 17 Profile.
Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 17 departs Saint-Gaudens at 1:35pm CET (7:35am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Saint-Lary Pla d'Adet at around 5:25pm CET (11:25am U.S. Eastern).  Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:30pm CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern). (cyclingfans.com)

July 23, 2014







Michael Rogers (Tinkoff-Saxo)
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Van Garderen loses ground on Port de Balés. (cyclingnews.com)







Photo: Michael Rogers in the 2014 Liege - Bastogne - Liege .
Michael Rogers attributes Grand Tour success to a 'mental change', and says he's no longer afraid of failure. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 22, 2014




Astana controls the breakaway
Photo: © Bettini Photo.
Another day, another mountain range and still no moments of undue distress for Vincenzo Nibali at this Tour de France. After going on the offensive in the Vosges and the Alps, the Sicilian was happy to maintain a controlling brief on the race's first stage in the Pyrenees, but still came away with an ever tighter grip on the maillot jaune. (cyclingnews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Peter Stetina is ready to use his climbing legs to aid Tejay van Garderen in the Tour's final week. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
After a hectic, tension-filled opening two weeks of racing, the Colorado native is ready for the final battle that looms in three days across the Pyrénées. With team captain Tejay van Garderen in the pole position for a spot on the final podium in Paris, there is a mix of anticipation and growing confidence around the BMC dinner table each night. (velonews.com)

July 22, 2014




2014 Races & Results.
Tour de France - July 5-27 (Stages & Results),
La Course Tour de France - July 27 (Route),
Tour of Qinghai Lake - July 6-19 (Results),
Giro d'Italia Femminile - July 4-13 (Results),
Tour of Austria - July 6-13 (Results),
Tour de Pologne - Aug 3-9 (Stages),
Tour of Utah - Aug 4-10 (Stages),
USA Pro Challenge - Aug 18-25 (Stages),
Vuelta a España - Aug 23-Sept 14 (Stages),
Tour de Suisse - June 14-22 (Results),
Giro d'Italia - May 9 - June 1 (Results),
UCI Road World Championship - Sept 20-27 (Stages).

July 22, 2014




Photo: That Sky rider who was getting dropped? Richie Porte.
"This is the most exciting Tour de France I’ve seen in decades. It even eclipses 1999 and 1996. By that I mean watching a race where the outcome doesn’t seem assured, where each passing day could bring yet another surprise, a Tour where even the flat stages matter and no one team has the power to dictate the action." (redkiteprayer.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Can Chris Horner repeat at the Vuelta? He likes his chances. Photo: Caley Fretz | VeloNews.com.
With each falling star from the Tour de France, the Vuelta a Espana has the potential to burn a little brighter, and with more drama. (velonews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Riding in a breakaway on the final stage of the 1994 Tour de France, Frankie had a chance to take the biggest win of his career. (James Startt).
Frankie Andreu recounts the heartbreak of almost winning a stage at the Tour de France. (bicycling.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Bertine will compete in the women's race at the Tour de France with Wiggle-Honda. (Courtesy Wiggle-Honda) .
Her women’s cycling documentary is called Half the Road, but for this pro racer, writer, and activist, promoting the sport is most definitely a full-time job. (bicycling.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: MTN-Qhubeka has partnered with Cervelo and Rotor for 2015. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com...
The game of sponsor musical chairs continues. Cervelo and Rotor, both current sponsors of Garmin-Sharp, have signed a deal with South African-registered pro continental squad MTN-Qhubeka for 2015. (velonews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Not much to say here. A completed frame ready to ship.
Seven’s shop floor is an impressive place. (redkiteprayer.com)

July 22, 2014







Photo: Vincenzo Nibali on stage fourteen of the 2014 Tour de France .
Stephen Roche, Bjarne Riis, Jim Ochowicz, Dave Brailsford, Giuseppe Martinelli give their opinion. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Bardet was the best-placed French cyclist in the Tour de France last year; this time, he hopes to be the top young rider. (James Startt).
Bardet is finishing his masters degree at the Grenoble School of Management, in a special program designed for elite athletes who do not want to sacrifice education for sport. (bicycling.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: One moment you’re second on GC and the next you find yourself out of the top 10. I’ll take things as they come now...
Richie Porte saw his hopes of finishing on the Tour de France podium come to nothing when a chest infection took him out of contention at the worst possible time. Admitting that his main goal now is to reach the finish in Paris, he still hopes to bounce back with a great showing in the Pyrenees. (cyclingquotes.com)

July 21, 2014





Photo: The USA Pro Challenge has featured some of the best teams in the world over the last three years and 2014 will be no different.
Won last year by Tejay van Garderen, the USA Pro Challenge has announced a formidable line-up for its 2014 edition. 5 ProTeams lead the list of teams for the fourth edition of the race. (cyclingquotes.com)

July 21, 2014




Eric Marcotte (Smartstop) takes the Awbrey Butte stage win
Photo: © Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us.
US pro champion Eric Marcotte and Katherine Hunter won the final stage of the Cascade Cycling Classic Sunday on the same Awbrey Butte course that has hosted multiple national championship events. (cyclingnews.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Despite a hip injury that complicated her early-season training, Lea Davison claimed the 2014 cross-country national championship title. Photo: USA Cycling | Leister Images.
Top American mountain bikers from around the country gathered at Bear Creek Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania to vie for stars-and-stripes jerseys, and some familiar faces found their way onto the podium. (velonews.com)

July 21, 2014




Geoff Kabush (Scott -3 Rox Racing)
Photo: © Rob Jones.
Geoff Kabush won his record-setting eighth national cross country title, finally beating Alison Sydor's record of seven elite titles. (cyclingnews.com)

July 21, 2014




The Arena of Nimes made a nice backdrop for sign-in.
Photo: © Gregor Brown/Cyclingnews.com.
According to reports in Spanish media outlets, the director of the Vuelta a España, Javier Guillén, has announced that the grand tour will start in Nîmes in 2017. (cyclingnews.com)

July 21, 2014






Photo: We were already working on this plan before we knew Belkin would end their sponsorship but it became more concrete in June...
According to a report in De Telegraaf, the future of the Belkin team is secured as the Dutch national lottery will provide the needed funding. Lotto will invest in a unique joint project with the BrandLoyalty speedskating team. (cyclingquotes.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: In addition to the new site, they will be introducing their 2015 models next week....
Felt Electric, the eBike wing of their company, is now live. The Felt Electric line currently hosts 5 models consisting of a fat bike, full-suspension mountain bike, aggressive mountain/city racer, and a commuter model which includes a step-through frame version. (urbanvelo.org)

July 21, 2014





Photo: The rear rack is designed specifically for the Pinarello Bolide .
Built specifically for Team Sky’s assault on stage 20 of the Tour de France, this brand new Jaguar F-Type Coupé, and its 5-litre V8 supercharged engine, will mean the team’s sport directors will have no problem keeping up with their riders in this Saturday’s individual time trial. (bikeradar.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Campagnolo and Shimano are still battling for supremacy.
A long first week of racing saw Specialized at the top for wins with the new 2015 Tarmac and its helmets notching more victories than other brands. (pelotonmagazine.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: The smallest rotors that can be used are 140mm, and the biggest are 160mm. Scott has used Shimano's new Flat Mount standard, which improves the look and decreases weight. Photo: Addie Levinsky | VeloNews.com.
There is no longer any question that the endurance road bike category is diving headlong into the realm of disc brakes. Category-defining models like the Specialized Roubaix and Trek Domane already have disc versions available, Giant has removed the rim-brake option from its high end bikes, and now Scott’s excellent endurance frame, the Solace, has a disc version as well. (velonews.com)

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July 20, 2014







Photo: His body language, his communication, even the look in his eyes were markedly different.
BMC Racing Team president Ochowicz said stage 16 slump was unexpected. (cyclingtips.com.au)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Just one or two kilometers into the downhill I punctured. It was a motorbike that kicked up some stones in a corner, which I hit and blew out my tire. I almost crashed, but thankfully didn't.
The Trek duo of Haimar Zubeldia and Frank Schleck saw their rise in the overall rankings of the Tour de France being significantly hampered by bad luck in today's stage in the Pyrenees. While Schleck suffered from stomach problems, Zubeldia felt excellent but saw his progress being slowed down by an untimely puncture. (cyclingquotes.com)

July 22, 2014







World champion Rui Costa slipped out of the top-ten today
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
World champion Rui Costa has been forced out of the Tour de France following an outbreak of pneumonia. The Portuguese rider was 13th on the overall standings ahead of the Tour's 16th stage to Bagnères-de-Luchon. (cyclingnews.com)

July 22, 2014




Emma Pooley (Lotto Belisol Ladies) wins the final stage
Photo: © Giro Rosa.
It has been 16 years since women racers have shared in the prestige that the name Tour de France brings to cycling - in 1998 the stage race called Tour de France Feminin was stripped of its title by the ASO - but on July 27, 2014, that all will change when La Course by Tour de France lines up the best female racers in the world to race a criterium on the Champs-Élysées, albeit many hours before the arrival of the professional men. (cyclingnews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Vasil Kiryienka tried to salvage Sky's Tour de France on stage 16, but he was unable to remain with the breakaway to contest the win. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
Team Sky, with only five days remaining in the 2014 Tour de France, risks having one of its worst grand tours since it hit the road in 2010. This comes on the heels of a rather quiet Giro d’Italia in May. The team, however, is maintaining a cool exterior as the Tour races toward Paris. (velonews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: If you’ve been to the race you’ll know his voice and even if your experience of the Tour is via English-language broadcasts you’ll have heard him as background noise during an interview or live commentary.
Daniel Mangeas is the voice of the Tour de France. He will retire soon, finishing a run of 41 consecutive Tours. He’s another fixture of French cycling with his distinctive tone, a verbal torrent of statistics and encouragement. In a perfect twist he’ll end his career in the same place where it began, although this time by plan rather than accident. (inrng.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: It's the most important week in his season. After all the health problems he's had since Paris-Nice, I knew he would improve with each month...
While everybody seems to admit that Vincenzo Nibali is in a class of his own on this Tour de France, there are at least five riders competing for the two other spots on the podium and all believe they are well placed to earn them. (cyclingquotes.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Stiff with no comfort trade-off – worthy of a world champion...
BikeRadar verdict: 3.5 out of 5 stars. "Lives up to its name in ride quality and handling, but the weak bang-per-buck of its component choices keep it from the podium it otherwise deserves." (bikeradar.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: At a $99.99 MSRP, you’ll be hard pressed to find a stem at this weight and stiffness.
The X-Lite Ti has material cut out around the steerer tube to save some weight. Loaded Precision takes a little more out than 3T, which adds to some of the weight reduction. The other main difference is the carbon fiber face plate. The plate uses four titanium bolts to clamp the handlebar in place. (bikeworldnews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Minor tire tears can be repaired with Super Glue, says Orica-GreenEdge's Craig Geater. (James Startt).
A WorldTour mechanic shares five things you should know about bike prep and repair for wet rides. (bicycling.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: My thesis is on cyclists who crash and what it takes to get them back on the bike after they have recovered (whether it's months of recovery or same day). © Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com (velonews.com)
Anna Weltman: "I am looking for participants to be in a Research Study that I am conducting for my Master's thesis in Sport Psychology. My thesis is on cyclists who crash and what it takes to get them back on the bike after they have recovered. Please email me to volunteer" (dougreport.com)

July 22, 2014





Photo: The last Frenchman on the podium was Richard Virenque in 1997...
With Vincenzo Nibali in command the race is on for the other riders to seize their chance. Can a Frenchman can finish on the podium in Paris? Yes because Romain Bardet and Thibaut Pinot are duelling for the white jersey, just 16 seconds separate them. (inrng.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: The longest stage in this year's race at 237.5 km it's going to be a rough introduction to the Pyrénées.
Just when you thought this Tour couldn't get any sweeter for Vincenzo Nibali the organizers throw a downhill finish his way. Because they're just that nice. (podiumcafe.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Nibali. No stress. © www.detroitnews.com
Nibali seems impervious to miserable weather, snow, wind, rain, dangerous roads, technical descents, unexplained dips in form, insults from his own Astana team manager Alexander Vinokorov, crashes by valuable teammates and disrespect from journalists who ignored him in talking up the Froome-Contador showdown. (atwistedspoke.com)

July 21, 2014







Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) lost time in Risoul to a mechanical issue
Photo: © Bettini Photo.
Spain’s Alejandro Valverde is currently Vincenzo Nibali’s closest pursuer in the Tour de France. The Movistar veteran says he could not be more satisfied with his second place - his best position ever at this point in the Tour - but he is still prepared to fight to try and improve on that placing. (cyclingnews.com)

July 21, 2014




Chris Froome (Team Sky) chases back after a fall on stage four
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Dave Brailsford has said that Team Sky will learn from the mistakes and misfortune of the 2014 Tour de France, with the British team unlikely to change its strategy, team leadership or ambitions in 2015. (cyclingnews.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Danny Pate did what he could to support Chris Froome in his bid for a second Tour title. Now that his leader is out of the race, Pate and Sky will try to salvage a stage win in the race's final stages. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
The Tour de France’s second rest day comes at a good time for the race-weary peloton. Smashed by extreme weather swings - from cool rain and wind to searing heat - the peloton looks ahead with a mix of trepidation and relief at three days of climbing in the Pyrénées. The suffering will be relentless, but at least Paris is ever closer. (velonews.com)

July 21, 2014




High fives all around for Giant-Shimano after Marcel Kittel takes a third stage win at the Tour de France
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
With the news that Team Belkin has apparently found one or two new sponsors for the coming year, ensuring that it will continue, attention has turned to Giant-Shimano. The other Dutch team that is also looking for new sponsors for 2015 and beyond. (cyclingnews.com)

July 21, 2014






Photo: Omega Pharma-QuickStep will be known as Etixx-QuickStep from the 2015 season, as Belgian sports nutrition brand Etixx takes over as title sponsor of the Belgian WorldTour outfit. © (cyclingquotes.com)
Belgian sports nutrition company Etixx to take over as title sponsor of WorldTour cycling team. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 21, 2014





Photo: It took the best part of 40 minutes for the Caravane to pass.
"I wouldn't normally go to the trouble and expense of attending a stage start abroad, after all it's just a roll-out. But yesterday was different, (a) it was the Tour and (b) I had a personal invitation from the Director of the Tour de France, Christian Prudhomme." (wheelsuckers.co.uk)

July 21, 2014




Photo: In today’s busy, hyper-connected world, being out of reach is a rare, profound freedom...
"When I am riding alone, cycling is meditation for me. When riding with friends, it’s uninterrupted time together. In both cases, it means leaving my busy life behind." (janheine.wordpress.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Yesterday I went out with my bike on the road for the first time after the injury, but as of now I can't really say when I will be racing again. I will discuss it with the team in the next days...
Mark Cavendish was present at today's press conference where it was announced that the future of his Omega Pharma-Quick Step team has been secured until 2017. The Brit is now back in training but still can't say when he will return to competition. (cyclingquotes.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: A collection of cycling related quotes.
What do you buy a cyclist for their birthday, Father's Day, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day or Christmas? Keep Calm And Pedal On is the ideal gift for cyclists who love the sort of pithy cycling quotes that would fit on T-shirts, coffee mugs, coasters or screen-savers. (podiumcafe.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: While all team trucks are equipped with air compressors and hoses, many mechanics prefer the handheld pumps for quick top-offs to a preset pressure .
How much air pressure pros use at the Tour de France. (bikeradar.com)

July 21, 2014






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July 20, 2014




Photo: Daily Distraction.

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July 22, 2014




Photo: Peter Stetina paces Tejay Van Garderen on stage sixteen of the 2014 Tour de France .
The longest stage of the 2014 Tour de France, a 237-kilometer schlepp from Carcassonne to Bagneres de Luchon, came down to a 300-metre stretch of road on the descent of the Port de Bales. This slaloming piece of smooth tarmac, just four and a half kilometers from the finish line, was about the same length as, maybe just a bit longer than, many sprint finishes. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 22, 2014





The torn jersey of Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEdge)
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport. © (cyclingnews.com)
Gerrans crashed heavily with Mark Cavendish on the opening stage of the Tour, and has been struggling since then to return to full health. (sbs.com.au)

July 22, 2014




New best young rider Thibaut Pinot (FDJ)
Photo: © Bettini Photo.
Frenchman moves up to third overall at Tour de France. (cyclingnews.com)

July 22, 2014




A visit to doping controls for stage 17 runner-up Alberto Contador (Saxo-Tinkoff)
Photo: © Bettini.
The “vampires” were busy on Monday’s rest day, gathering blood and urine samples from numerous teams. Some reports even suggested that all the teams were visited. (cyclingnews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: The antibodies for mycoplasma have risen, which indicates that his body had to fight against that the past days. His feeling that he couldn’t go to the limit during the previous stages was an indication...
Jurgen Van Den Broeck has not had the Tour de France he was hoping for and now blood tests taken on the rest day give a possible explanation. An increased amount of antibodies for mycoplasma indicates that his body has been fighting an illness and the Belgian will continue to undergo an antibiotic treatment. (cyclingquotes.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Jean-Christophe Peraud targeted a fifth-place finish at the Tour, but he could do better than that. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
Jean-Christophe Peraud admitted he had not even ridden the three tough Pyrenean stages at the Tour de France in advance because he didn’t expect to be competing for a podium spot. The 37-year-old French rider has unexpectedly found himself in sixth place overall and only 1:18 away from a podium position with less than a week to go. (velonews.com)

July 22, 2014




Tony Martin (Omega Pharma QuickStep) goes on the attack
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
While the biggest Omega Pharma-Quick Step news story on the second rest day at the Tour de France revolved around revealing a new sponsor name for 2015 and beyond, the WorldTour team also announced that three-time time trial world champion Tony Martin had put pen to paper and re-signed for a further two years. (cyclingnews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Park Tools claims they’re perfect for cutting bar tape, “handle grips,” and zip ties. Retail is $9.95..
These new SZR-1 Scissors from old blue are claimed to be shop quality. They have stainless steel blades and a dual density grip (which doesn’t appear to be left or right hand biased), (bikerumor.com)

July 22, 2014




Peter Stetina's top tube
Photo: © Robin Wilmott / Future Publishing.
The World Cup may be over, but national pride lives on at the Tour. (cyclingnews.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: The Feedback Sports Velo Column neatly and gently holds two bikes off the floor .
BikeRadar verdict: 4 out of 5 stars. "Classy looks and non-permanent design makes the Velo Column a storage solution with a justified price. Just be sure you have a solid ceiling." (bikeradar.com)

July 22, 2014




Photo: Keep up with all the Tour news with the Cyclingnews Tour Tracker app ...
Five-star rated app features GPS data from the riders, news, mapping, commentary and more. (bikeradar.com)

July 22, 2014



Kirsten Wild celebrates with her teammates
Photo: © Bert Geerts/dcp-bertgeerts@xs4all.nl.
Team Giant-Shimano Women have announced a strong squad hopeful of delivering Kirsten Wild to victory in the inaugural La Course by Le Tour de France which will coincide with the final day of this year's Tour de France in Paris on July 27. (cyclingnews.com)

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July 21, 2014




Alexander Vinokourov (Astana)
Photo: © Bettini.
On the second rest day of the 2007 Tour de France, Alexandre Vinokourov was expelled from the race after returning a positive test for blood doping. Seven years on, the Kazakh is general manager of the yellow jersey’s team, Astana. It’s a funny old game, cycling. (cyclingnews.com)

July 21, 2014







Photo: Tejay van Garderen and Romain Bardet (rear) are in the hunt for second and third place at the Tour de France. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
The 2014 Tour de France pedals toward its final battleground. The Pyrénées loom, its snowy summits shrouded in clouds and mist, but the weight of the pending suffering weighs heavily over a race-weary peloton. (velonews.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Simon Yates poses at the team presentation of the 2014 Tour de France ...
21-year-old Orica-GreenEdge debutant Simon Yates talks about his Tour de France experience as he withdraws from the race. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Sporting rivalries make great stories, a binary contest that’s easy to grasp even if the underlying story can be more sophisticated.
“Slaying the Badger” is the title of Richard Moore’s book, an account of the 1986 Tour de France. The book has now been made into a film. But this is no dramatic reconstruction, it’s a documentary with contemporary interviews spliced with archive footage from the 1980s. It’s part of a series of documentaries by ESPN, a US broadcaster, called “30 for 30.″ (inrng.com)

July 21, 2014





Photo: On track ... Wiggins leading out the England track team (Getty Images)...
Cycling begins at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games this week with a large number of world class riders spread across track, road, mountain bike and the new games discipline of para-cycling. (sbs.com.au)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Efficiently rapid, superlight and with floaty comfort...
BikeRadar verdict: 5 out of 5 stars. "The Ridley was born to climb, but is no slouch between the peaks either." (bikeradar.com)

July 21, 2014




Former professional Christophe Bassons speaks at the Change Cycling Now press conference
Photo: © Gerry McManus/www.splitsecondimages.co.uk.
Ex-pros discuss doping and choices at 2013 meeting. (cyclingnews.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: For example, it's no secret the 2016 Olympic Games are a big goal. For Patrick the 2015 Tour de France is maybe a step higher with a 13.7km opening time trial in Utrecht...
Earlier today it was announced that Tony Martin has extended his contract with Omega Pharma-Quick Step. The German has been given full support in his quest to become Olympic champion in 2016. (cyclingquotes.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Maarten de Jonge. Via Flickr user @brassynn.
Maarten de Jonge is a Dutch cyclist who rides for a Malaysia-based cycling team called Teregganu. That means he spends a lot of time on planes — and in particular, Malaysia Airlines planes. (vox.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Perhaps more important than the brakes is the fact that Scott has chosen to equip the Solace 15 with thru axles front and rear....
At this point, we’re all pretty aware that disc brakes for road bikes are here to stay. Lately the conversation seems to focus on how manufacturers will address the issue of axle standards, and now even the brake mounts themselves are in question. (bikerumor.com)

July 21, 2014




Photo: Although Trek has now done away with model years, it still observes the annual tradition that is Trek World...
Lightweight Émonda all but replaces aero Madone. (bikeradar.com)

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