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2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge: Levi Leipheimer Retains Overall Lead After Stage 4

The 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge continues on Saturday with Levi Leipheimer still in the overall lead. Leipheimer finished in a group of 92 racers who all received the same finished in the same time as the stage winner did. Elia Viviani won the stage after taking Avon to Steamboat Springs in 2:58:14. The top 10 remained unchanged and no racer lost any time after the completion of this stage.

Stage 5 of the race picks back up in Steamboat Springs. One hundred five miles later, the racers will find themselves in Breckenridge. The cyclists will start off at 6,700 feet high and work their way up to nearly 9,600 feet early on in the race. After that, the riders will experience more rolling hills, but no challenging mountain climbs.

Versus will have you covered again, as they air the race starting at 2:00 p.m. MT.

Here is the current top 10 leaderboard (full leaderboard here):

Pos  Rider  Time  Gap
1 Levi Leipheimer 13:28:43 --
2 Christian VandeVelde 13:28:54 :11
3 Tejay Van Garderen 13:29:00 :17
4 Tom Danielson 13:29:04 :21
5 George Hincapie 13:29:36 :53
6 Rafael Infantio Abreu 13:29:57 1:14
7 Cadel Evans 13:30:01 1:18
8 Stefan Clement 13:30:25 1:42
9 Bruno Pires 13:30:32 1:49
10 Rory Sutherland 13:30:33 1:50

Stick with this StoryStream for more on the 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge.