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Old 12-22-12, 23:25
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I think he can win another GT. Maybe 2.
Giro 2013 is very good opportunity, IMO. Wiggo-friendly Vuelta (obviously not in 2013) could be that second GT. And that's it. No more Tours, I think.
So, you basically think he has a chance of a GT as long as he avoids Alberto
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He almost won it in 2011. If he went for it, he could do it.
Still though, I don't think he will win it. I doubt he would even enter it again unless he crashes out of the Tour.
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So, you basically think he has a chance of a GT as long as he avoids Alberto
Or if GT looks like 2012 Tour.
But it's more about competition than the route, yes.
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Old 12-23-12, 20:00
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He needs everything to line up for him again...rivals compromised/absent, TT heavy course, a team geared to dragging him to victory at the expense of everyone else and (most importantly) a Brad driven, primed, in focus and in peak shape.
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