wanze


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wanze

(wɒnz)
vb
1. (tr) to decrease or curtail
2. (intr) to fade away or diminish
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The 24-year-old Welsh sensation followed up his excellent fifth place in the opening prologue around Rotterdam by getting himself into a breakaway on stage three over the famous cobbles from Wanze to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut, with esteemed company such as Frank Schleck, Fabian Cancellara, Thos Hushovd and Cadel Evans.
The 24-year-old wore the white jersey as the best under-25 rider and was second overall in the race for a number of days after finishing runner-up to Norwegian sprinter Thor Hushovd over the treacherous cobbled third stage between Wanze and Arenberg Porte du Hainaut.
Heworethewhitejerseyas thebest under-25 riderandwas secondoverall in the race for a number of days after finishing runner-up to Norwegian sprinter Thor Hushovd over the treacherous cobbled third stage between Wanze and Arenberg Porte du Hainaut.
"I'm here for Brad, but it's a nice bonus," said the 24-year-old from Cardiff, who moved up to second overall following the 213-kilometre third stage from Wanze to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut.
In a brutal race already littered with multiple crashes, cycling's most prestigious pageant became the Sore de France along 14km of jarring discomfort on the 213km third stage from Wanze to Arenberg.
The Briton is 23 seconds behind UCI Pro Tour Team's Fabia n Ca ncel l a ra of Switzerland who reclaimed the yellow jersey after the route from Wanze in Belgium to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut in France.
The 213 kilometres from Wanze in Belgium to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut was one of the most dramatic in recent memory as the cobble stones shook up the general classification standings.