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Tour of California 2012, Stage 4: Peter Sagan Looks To Continue Domination Of Race

Wednesday, May 16 will bring us Stage Four of the Tour of California, the longest leg of the entire race and one of the most difficult not only because of its length, but because of the lack of flat stretches of road as it twists and turns through mountains.

Stage Four takes the cyclists from Sonora to Clovis and stretches a full 130.2 miles by the time it ends.

The race has been dominated by 22 year old Slovakian Peter Sagan of the Liquigas-Cannondale team, who made race history when he won all three of the first day's legs to keep the yellow winner's jacket.

As usual, the race will have television coverage from NBC Sports Network all day. Viewers can stream the event as well as see highlights of the race so far -- here's a hint, Peter Sagan will likely be involved -- at the Tour of California "Race Video" page.

For more information on the 2012 Tour of California, check out this SB Nation Minnesota story stream. More on Cycling in general can be found over at Podium Cafe.

Photographs by Micah Taylor, clairity, and Fibonacci Blue used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.