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Old 01-31-13, 15:11
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bullet50000 will be unhappy with the Rasmussen news. He is the only Danish Gambler.

No-one appears to have gambled on Fränk Schleck.

I was lucky, i nearly went for an Armstrong comeback Nil point gamble


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Damnit should've picked coquard
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Coquard delivers !
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Damnit should've picked coquard
I'm feeling the same way.

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That guy is a silver medalist at olympics (He would have won gold if he didnt sucked so hard at 4km pursuit), Bernaudeau had him at his amateur team, he did a good job to pick him when he's not known to public
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Coquard delivers !
Not surprising, considering that coming from the track, he has the speed (and the stages are still short at that time of the year so endurance is not a problem yet). It will be interesting to see how he copes with higher pace and longer distances as the season advances, that will be the key to have a Démare/Bouhanni-like season.
Actually, I was almost sad that he got 2nd at the U23 Worlds because it meant that more people would pick him and therefore the advantage of having him would not be as big (he was on my team the moment he decided to turned pro on the road).
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Not surprising, considering that coming from the track, he has the speed (and the stages are still short at that time of the year so endurance is not a problem yet). It will be interesting to see how he copes with higher pace and longer distances as the season advances, that will be the key to have a Démare/Bouhanni-like season.
Actually, I was almost sad that he got 2nd at the U23 Worlds because it meant that more people would pick him and therefore the advantage of having him would not be as big (he was on my team the moment he decided to turned pro on the road).
Agree, that will be the key. He's going to Langkawi as well, shouldn't be much of a problem there. If he rides the correct races should score well/
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Old 01-31-13, 18:21
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Agree, that will be the key. He's going to Langkawi as well, shouldn't be much of a problem there. If he rides the correct races should score well/
Langkawi will be interesting as he will sprint against Guardini which will give us a great benchmark for his top speed. I'm a bit worried that Europcar will work for Rolland over there however. The good news is that he will probably focus on the Coupe de France classics which aren't overly long (160-180 kms range) and provide plenty of opportunities for sprinters.
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Langkawi gonna be an epic sprintfest, Guardini, Bos, Coquard

Finally Guardini might not win all the sprints in Langkawi, which, though I like Guardini, is a good thing, because didn't pick him.
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von Hoff will do Langwaki as well
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