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View Poll Results: So, can he do it?
No 133 72.68%
Yes 12 6.56%
Yes. And after, he will win Vuelta too 3 1.64%
Yes. And after the Vuelta win, he will bring the peace in Middle East 35 19.13%
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Lol! Only the double? Should be focusing on the treble he's a good enough rider to achieve it.
Seriously..?
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He's British, of course he loves a pint or two!
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He's British, of course he loves a pint or two!
Two .. .. ?
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He's British, of course he loves a pint or two!
at least there's no puke on the shirt, or perhaps the photo was taken earlier?
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what? quintana is already better climber than froome. see final stages of the tour and he's only 23. quintana is the best climber I've sene since pantani. he will become a legend
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Think he may get a top 3 in the giro the top 10 in the tour
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He can but he will not.
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Big congratulations to Brad Wiggins for winning #SPOTY last night. I can imagine there's no alcohol left in London this morning!

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He will bring peace in the Middle East and then flick V-signs to Murdoch.
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Is this the guy who called Landis a drunk?
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