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German sprinter Teutenberg wins 3rd stage

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IDAHO CITY, Idaho (AP)

German sprinter Ina Yoko Teutenberg won the third stage of the Exergy Tour in a mass finish Sunday.

Teutenberg's Team Specialized-lululemon teammates helped reel in several breaks during the 57-mile mountain stage with two big climbs and set up Teutenberg for the sprint finish to win with a time of 2 hours, 29 minutes, 23 seconds.

Canadian Leah Kirchmann of Optum Pro Cycling placed second, and American Megan Guarnier of Tibco-To the Top finished third. They were given the same time.

American Amber Neben of Team Specialized-lululemon finished in the main pack and was given the same time also and remained the overall race leader by 9 seconds. The race concludes Monday in Boise.

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