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View Poll Results: Will Tony Martin reach a Top Ten overall finish at this year's Tour de France
For Sure 32 9.28%
Maybe 81 23.48%
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Ok that's true.
Not really a major change , though
yes, no major change, but it will be interesting to see if he can fight for the overall victory (in case the stages are the same as last year)
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If Tony wins Tirreno he'll be the first one to do a Algavre-Tirreno double
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If Tony wins Tirreno he'll be the first one to do a Algavre-Tirreno double
Right, but he also can be the first Algarve-Beijing double winner!
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If Tony wins Tirreno he'll be the first one to do a Algavre-Tirreno double
He's also the only rider in history to have done the Paris-Nice Beijing double
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Right, but he also can be the first Algarve-Beijing double winner!
Only the SKY seems to be the limit for Tony
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But will the Italian tarmac be good enough for Tony?
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Only the SKY seems to be the limit for Tony
Uh oh...are you suggesting...he's going to SKY? Can he get to 60Kg?
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If Tony wins Tirreno i will never post anything anymore on this forum since it will prove that i know **** of cycling

Tony better get 2 swimming coaches if he goes to sky. Maybe a fitness coach aswell. Mental Coach?

That never gets old lol
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If Tony wins Tirreno i will never post anything anymore on this forum since it will prove that i know **** of cycling

Tony better get 2 swimming coaches if he goes to sky. Maybe a fitness coach aswell. Mental Coach?

That never gets old lol
Freire won Tirreno and Peta was second, Cancellara, Bettini and Dekker also won.
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not on this years route which is what BR is suggesting martin will do
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