Cycling: Winners and Losers of the Season So Far Heading into the Tour De France

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Cycling: Winners and Losers of the Season So Far Heading into the Tour De France
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Fabian Cancellara celebrates a well-earned Paris-Roubaix win. It was his third victory in the Monument.

The Giro D'Italia has been completed, and the Tour De France preceding Criterium du Dauphine has just finished. Yet before we even reached these landmarks of the calendar, the 2013 cycling season has already proven to be a memorable one.

In a season that—at least on the European scene—has been plagued by awful weather, there has been a typical mix of success stories alongside some big disappointments.

The year's second Grand Tour is only weeks away (beginning in Corsica on Saturday 29 June). Before attentions turn completely to the 100th edition of the famous race, now seems an appropriate time to look back through the year.

Here are some of the the notable "winners" and "losers" of the cycling season so far.

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