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Video: Relive the excitement of the Tour de France in Newham

17:39 10 July 2014

Cyclists in the Tour de France going through Stratford High Street

Cyclists in the Tour de France going through Stratford High Street

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Residents braved the rain in Newham on Monday for the Tour de France, the largest sporting event in the world.

The Recorder and its sister papers were in east London to capture the atmosphere for this video.

You can read the full story by clicking on the link below.

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Tour de France: Crowds holding breath rewarded by witnessing slice of history

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