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BERN, Switzerland -- A gastronomical, sporting and cultural glance at Stage 16 of the Tour de France on Monday:REGION: Stage 16 took the peloton from Moirans-en-Montagne in the Jura to the Swiss capital of Bern on a rolling 209-kilometer (130-mile) trek.BAGUETTE AND BUTTER: Peter Sagan showed off his world champion qualities, timing his sprint perfectly to win the stage in a photo finish as the race crossed into Switzerland. Sagan, a Slovakian with the Tinkoff team, edged Alexander Kristoff of Norway at the line. Kristoff thought he won and pumped his fist in celebration, only to learn seconds later he hadnt. Chris Froome held on to the yellow jersey entering the second and final rest day.PLAT DU JOUR: The Berner Platte. Very similar to the French choucroute, this local dish is a feast of meat featuring ham, bacon, beef, pork tongue and knuckle served with potatoes and beans. It was first conceived on March 5, 1798 after the Bernese celebrated a victory over the French army with an improvised culinary party.CULTURE: Founded in the 12th century, the medieval city of Bern is a UNESCO World Heritage site offering stunning views of snow-capped Alpine mountains. Built on a peninsula inside a curve of the Aare River, the citys main attractions are an impressive gothic cathedral, a rose garden that is home to 220 different types of roses, and an intricate clock tower.HISTORY: A country with a strong cycling culture, Switzerland hosts two major bike races, the Tour de Suisse and the Tour de Romandie. The country has also been visited 23 times by the Tour and saw prestigious winners on its soil: Andre Darrigade claimed a stage win in Zurich in 1955 while Laurent Fignon triumphed in the ski resort of Crans-Montana in 1984.VIN DU JOUR: More than 200 types of wines are produced in Switzerland. The most common grapes are Pinot Noir (Blauburgunder), white chasselas and Riesling-Silvaner, also known as Mueller-Thurgau. In the small town of Vetroz in the Valais region, Jean-Rene Germanier and Gilles Besse have created a complex and aromatic red wine made with Syrah grapes, Cayas, which is regarded as one of the countrys best. For beer lovers, the light and clear gold lager from the Felsenau brewery has a fine bitterness.STAT OF THE DAY: 65.6. In kilometers per hour, the average speed of Peter Sagan in the final kilometer. In miles per hour, 40.76.QUOTE OF THE DAY: Most people in the peloton are scared of him, just his abilities. He can do everything. Froome on Sagan.DESSERT: Enjoyed by Bern locals at Christmas, the Leckerli are nutty biscuits flavored with spices and candied citrus peel. Ideal with a cup of tea.NEXT ORDER: Tuesday is the races second and final rest day, which will be followed by four challenging climbing stages in the Alps before Sundays mostly ceremonial finish in Paris. Wholesale Jerseys For Sale .Y. -- Syracuse has turned up the defence at the right time all season, and when High Point threatened to pull off a monumental upset the second-ranked Orange did what they do best with their quick hands and savvy play. Clearance NFL Shop . Despite dominating possession, Schalke needed an own goal from Nicolas Hoefler for the breakthrough a minute before the interval. The Freiburg midfielder misjudged Jefferson Farfans corner and bundled the ball into his own net. .J. -- Josh Cribbs was in the Pro Bowl in February and out of a job six months later. Cheap Authentic Jerseys .C. - The Carolina Hurricanes have placed backup goalie Anton Khudobin on injured reserve with an unspecified lower-body injury. Jerseys China . "No difference at all," chirped U.S. roommate and linemate James van Riemsdyk. "Its still the same cranky Phil. PITTSBURGH -- Dante Blackmon picked off a Dillon Buechel pass and returned it 57 yards for a second-quarter touchdown to spark Kennesaw State to a 36-28 win over Duquesne as the Owls won their road opener Saturday.Freshman Daniel David threw for a pair of second-half touchdowns to Justin Sumpter, including a 67-yard strike early in the third quarter.Duquesne (2-2) took the lead in the first quarter when Gary Wooten forced a Micah Reed fumble that Carter Henderson returned 16 yards for a ttouchdown and a 7-6 lead.dddddddddddduechel was 21 of 37 with two touchdowns for Duquesne, but he also threw four interceptions. A.H. Hines carried 25 times for 91 yards.David was 7 of 10 for 172 yards for the Owls (2-1) and Chandler Burks was 7 of 14 with an interception. Combined the pair threw for 312 yards. Sumpter finished with seven catches for 165 yards. ' ' '

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