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Topic - Peter Sagan
Slovakia's Peter Sagan won the seventh stage of the Tour of California in a field sprint Saturday and Britain's Bradley Wiggins closed in on the overall title.
Peter Stetina is an American cyclist riding in one of the premier events in his home country for a U.S.-based team against a field filled with mostly European rivals.
Peter Sagan of Slovakia won his first big classic of the season, dominating a four-way sprint to win the E3 Harelbeke on Friday.
Peter Sagan showed off his uphill sprinting skills to win the third stage of the weeklong Tirreno-Adriatico race and Michal Kwiatkowski took the overall lead on Friday.
Marcel Kittel outsprinted rival Peter Sagan to win the second stage of Dubai Tour on Thursday, and American rider Taylor Phinney took third to pad his overall lead.
"Finally, I got another one," said Sagan, a four-time Tour de France stage winner who claimed his 11th career win at the Tour of California and the 66th victory of his career. "We (his team) pulled at the front all day until the finish. I was an important win for the team and for me."
"I was just waving to the fans," Sagan said.