(The Spread) – Oddsmakers have released revised odds for the 2011 Tour de France, where Alberto Contador remains the favorite.

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Belgium’s Philippe Gilbert won Stage 1 of the 2011 Tour de France, which started at the Passage du Gois and wrapped up at the Mont des Alouettes, while Garmin-Cervelo won the Team Time Trial in Stage 2. United States’ Tyler Farrar won Stage 3 (Olonne-sur-Mer to Redon) and Stage 4 will begin on July 5.

Gilbert was actually favored to win Stage 1, so it wasn’t a surprise to see him emerge victorious. He successfully countered Fabian Cancellara on the uphill finish and finished three seconds ahead of Cadel Evans, who finished by a similar margin of the chasing group.

Oddsmakers from online sports book Bodog have revised their odds and Contador is now an 11/10 favorite, while Andy Schleck is 6/5. Cadel Evans is 8/1, while Bradley Wiggins is 22/1 and Ivan Basso and Robert Gesink are 25/1, respectively. Gilbert and Farrar aren’t even listed in the revised odds.

Entering the race, Contador opened as an 8/13 favorite, while Schleck was 2/1 and Evans was 25/1. Basso opened at 25/1, Wiggins was 28/1 and Robert Gesink was 28/1.

For a complete list of revised 2011 Tour de France odds, see below.

2011 Tour de France Revised Odds to Win:

Alberto Contador 11/10

Andy Schleck 6/5

Cadel Evans 8/1

Bradley Wiggins 22/1

Ivan Basso 25/1

Robert Gesink 25/1

Frank Schleck 33/1

Jurgen Van Den Broeck 40/1

Andrea Kloden 66/1

Christopher Horner 66/1

Levi Leipheimer 66/1

Samuel Sanchez 66/1

Jani Brajkovic 80/1

Alexander Vinokourov 100/1

Nicholas Roche 150/1

Christian Vandevelde 250/1

Damiano Cunega 250/1

Roman Kreuziger 250/1

Ryder Hesjedal 250/1

Edvald Boasson Hagen 500/1

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