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Sepp Kuss Becomes First American To Win Stage Since 2011

(Andorra la Vella, Andorra)  --  Sepp Kuss is the first American since 2011 to win a stage at the Tour de France.  The 26-year-old cyclist won the 15th stage of the historic race, to break a ten-year drought for Americans in the event.  Tyler Farrar was the last American to win a stage, when he did it in 2011.  Kuss is a Durango, Colorado, native and finished with a time of five hours, 12 minutes and six seconds in Stage 15.  Overall, he ranks 49th in the field. 

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