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Old 12-06-12, 14:50
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any news, rumors from Bodrogi?
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Old 12-06-12, 19:21
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snackattack posted this in another thread :

"László Bodrogi (36) from Budapest, Hungary TT1-Sanofi, due to age related contract issue, farewell tres chique with 5th in the Chrono des Nations."

http://forum.cyclingnews.com/showthr...t=9957&page=13
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Old 12-06-12, 20:43
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crashed in the tour while on his way to take the yellow jersey back in the T-Mobile days

That is something that has been stated a number of times but it would never have happened. There's no way Rogers could have ever stayed with Rasmussen on the last two mountains of the stage.
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Old 12-06-12, 20:49
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That is something that has been stated a number of times but it would never have happened. There's no way Rogers could have ever stayed with Rasmussen on the last two mountains of the stage.
It's stated because he was maillot jaune virtuel on the road as he crashed out, but I agree with you - he was only ~40s ahead of Chicken on GC IIRC and would likely have lost that on the climb to Tignes (remember Chicken didn't get rid of Colom and Arroyo until the final climb).
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But Rogers had finished quite well in a few GT's before that.

Selander is so young (i completely forgot that he was best young rider at the Giro last year). I wonder if he could get back onto a WT team.
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I'd see Gerdemann ending up at Lotto Belisol, would be a good adition to LTB...
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I'd see Gerdemann ending up at Lotto Belisol, would be a good adition to LTB...
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It's stated because he was maillot jaune virtuel on the road as he crashed out, but I agree with you - he was only ~40s ahead of Chicken on GC IIRC and would likely have lost that on the climb to Tignes (remember Chicken didn't get rid of Colom and Arroyo until the final climb).
Then Rogers would have left the Chicken flapping in the TT.
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Old 12-07-12, 11:41
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snackattack posted this in another thread :

"László Bodrogi (36) from Budapest, Hungary TT1-Sanofi, due to age related contract issue, farewell tres chique with 5th in the Chrono des Nations."

http://forum.cyclingnews.com/showthr...t=9957&page=13
thank you
very bad news
Team Type 1 send him away the known reason
Laci said, he wanna race
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Old 12-07-12, 12:35
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Michael Rogers signed with Saxo-Tinkoff for 2 years.

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