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View Poll Results: Who will win the 2013 GIRO?
Wiggins 52 30.41%
Nibali 51 29.82%
Rodriguez 11 6.43%
Hesjedal 10 5.85%
Gesink 21 12.28%
Sanchez 5 2.92%
Basso 6 3.51%
Scarponi 2 1.17%
A colombian 4 2.34%
Other/Vino 9 5.26%
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Old 12-17-12, 22:21
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Finally!
Surprisingly voted for...Vincenzo.

Not happy with a couple of choices, a colombian and FFS Scarponi?
And Quintana not there?
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Finally!
Surprisingly voted for...Vincenzo.

Not happy with a couple of choices, a colombian and FFS Scarponi?
And Quintana not there?
I thought Ryo told us Quintana is not going.
And Scarponi, well, he's just as embarassing as Basso but I wanted to put more than just one italian in the poll
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Finally!
Surprisingly voted for...Vincenzo.

Not happy with a couple of choices, a colombian and FFS Scarponi?
And Quintana not there?
Scarponi will be back in business. Podium contender for sure.
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Finally!
Surprisingly voted for...Vincenzo.

Not happy with a couple of choices, a colombian and FFS Scarponi?
And Quintana not there?
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I thought Ryo told us Quintana is not going.
And Scarponi, well, he's just as embarassing as Basso but I wanted to put more than just one italian in the poll
Quintana is doing the Tour.
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And Quintana not there?
Yes he is, option 9.

Though his programme has already been announced and its Tour Vuelta.
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I thought Ryo told us Quintana is not going.
http://www.cyclismactu.net/news-sais...nce-29141.html
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Yes he is, option 9.

Though his programme has already been announced and its Tour Vuelta.
Thanks. I guess Henao/Uran combo is option 9

Poor guys, for some posters and Sky, they're always the mules, the donkeys, the columbians...but never mentioned by their names. No much respect for them.

PS: Not talking about you or the OP.
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could suit gesink, and being early in season he might avoid some of his usual mishaps in build up
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Wiggo. If he stays off the booze.

The people who think that Nibali will be any competition to him need to rewatch the Tour.
The reason we think Nibali will be any competition to him is written in your first paragraph
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The people who think that Nibali will be any competition to him need to rewatch the Tour.
Actually, the sentence will make more sense if you replace Nibali for Wiggins.
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