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Big crowds turn out to watch the Tour of Britain
8:00am Saturday 28th September 2013 in News
THOUSANDS of spectators turned out for the Tour of Britain’s tenth anniversary celebrations, which ended with a dramatic climb at Haytor on Dartmoor.
Huge crowds watched the biggest names in cycling along the 85-mile route, which took in Willand and Tiverton.
The first summit finish in the race didn’t disappoint with young Great Britain rider Simon Yates winning the stage.
Sir Bradley Wiggins, seen here in the yellow jersey, was seven seconds behind him and maintained his overall lead. He went on to win the Tour.
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