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SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTRUK3K
May 15, 2000
The Mercatone Uno team leads the pack as they ride on the Taburno mountain during the second stage of...
Maddaloni, Italy
THE MERCATONE UNO TEAM LEEDS THE PACK DURING GIRO D'ITALIA.
The Mercatone Uno team leads the pack as they ride on the Taburno mountain during the second stage of the 83rd Giro d'Italia May 15. Italian Cristian Moreni won the stage and took the pink jersey.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTRUK3D
May 15, 2000
The pack rides over a bridge over the sea near Sperlonga during the second stage of the 83rd Giro d'Italia...
Maddaloni, Italy
THE PACK RIDES OVER A BRIDGE DURING THE SECOND STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA.
The pack rides over a bridge over the sea near Sperlonga during the second stage of the 83rd Giro d'Italia May 15. Italian Cristian Moreni won the stage and took the pink jersey.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTRUK39
May 15, 2000
Italian Marco Pantani rides during the second stage, 229kms from Terracina to Maddaloni, of the 83rd...
Maddaloni, Italy
ITALIAN CYCLIST MARCO PANTANI RIDES.
Italian Marco Pantani rides during the second stage, 229kms from Terracina to Maddaloni, of the 83rd Giro d'Italia May 15.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTRUK2T
May 15, 2000
Italian Marco Pantani (L) gestures as he talks with Paolo Savoldelli of Saeco team (R) during the 2nd...
Maddaloni, Italy
MARCO PANTANI AND PAOLO SAVOLDELLI DURING THE 2ST STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA.
Italian Marco Pantani (L) gestures as he talks with Paolo Savoldelli of Saeco team (R) during the 2nd stage, 229 km Terracina to Maddaloni, of the 83rd Giro d'Italia May 15. Italy's Cristian Moreni took the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia on Monday after racing to a solo victory in the second stage as rain-slicked roads took their toll. Moreni, whose only other professional victory was in last year's Vuelta a Espana, raced all but nine kilometres of the 229-km stage from Terracina with five co-leaders.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTRUK25
May 15, 2000
Italian Cristian Moreni sprays champagne on podium after he wins the 2nd stage, 229 km Terracina to Maddaloni,...
Maddaloni, Italy
CRISTIAN MORENI SPRAYS CHAMPAGNE ON PODIUM OF THE 2ND STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA.
Italian Cristian Moreni sprays champagne on podium after he wins the 2nd stage, 229 km Terracina to Maddaloni, of the 83rd Giro d'Italia May 15. Moreni took the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia on Monday after racing to a solo victory in the second stage as rain-slicked roads took their toll. Moreni, whose only other professional victory was in last year's Vuelta a Espana, raced all but nine kilometres of the 229-km stage from Terracina with five co-leaders.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTRUK1G
May 15, 2000
Italian Cristian Moreni raises his arms as he wins the 2nd stage between Terracina and Maddaloni, of...
Maddaloni, Italy
CRISTIAN MORENI RAISES HIS ARMS AS HE CROSSES THE FINISH LINE OF THE 2ND STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA.
Italian Cristian Moreni raises his arms as he wins the 2nd stage between Terracina and Maddaloni, of the 83rd Giro d'Italia May 15. Moreni took the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia on Monday after racing to a solo victory in the second stage as rain-slicked roads took their toll. Moreni, whose only other professional victory was in last year's Vuelta a Espana, raced all but nine kilometres of the 229-km stage from Terracina with five co-leaders.

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SPORT CYCLING GIRO
RTRUK19
May 15, 2000
Italian Cristian Moreni raises his arms as he wins the 2nd stage between Terracina and Maddaloni, of...
Maddaloni, Italy
CRISTIAN MORENI RAISES HIS ARMS AS HE CROSSES THE FINISH LINE OF THE 2ND STAGE OF GIRO D'ITALIA.
Italian Cristian Moreni raises his arms as he wins the 2nd stage between Terracina and Maddaloni, of the 83rd Giro d'Italia May 15. Moreni took the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia on Monday after racing to a solo victory in the second stage as rain-slicked roads took their toll. Moreni, whose only other professional victory was in last year's Vuelta a Espana, raced all but nine kilometres of the 229-km stage from Terracina with five co-leaders.

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