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Old 01-23-13, 19:58
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Joan Horrach (38) zips up in his place of birth Mallorca
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Michael Rasmussen (38) declares his role is over on Jan 31, 2013
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adios grande chicken!
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Ale Jet retires.

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suprising
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surprising yes but it's better this way

one of the greatest sprinters ever. grande ale!!!!!!!!
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surprising yes but it's better this way

one of the greatest sprinters ever. grande ale!!!!!!!!
+1 But still, why did he decide to retire now, before the Giro? It's strange.
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Maybe he's been told he wouldn't be selected for the Giro?
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+1 But still, why did he decide to retire now, before the Giro? It's strange.
Perhaps he didn't want Lampre to have a wasted spot in their lineup (assuming he would have made their Giro squad), as he wouldn't have done much in the Giro.

Anyways, about time he retired. He's had a good career, and now time to draw it to a close. I wish him well in life after cycling.
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Adios Di Luca. Thankfully
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