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Old 02-02-13, 22:57
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Tour of Qatar preview for people interested.

For me all races have their place, if race has the money to help cycling we can not be too choosee in the times we are in, but at same time this money needs to be used to protect the races with a great history going through hard times.
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Anyone know who's likely to be team leader for Sky - EBH or Thomas ?
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Old 02-02-13, 23:50
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Anyone know who's likely to be team leader for Sky - EBH or Thomas ?

has to EBH, much better in flat sprint
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has to EBH, much better in flat sprint
Wondering if Thomas is carrying more form than EBH at this very early stage of the season. TDU suggests that and EBH rode a very long season last year.
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Wondering if Thomas is carrying more form than EBH at this very early stage of the season. TDU suggests that and EBH rode a very long season last year.
Note that Thomas had been in Australia for almost a month when TDU started. EBH had been there for 4 days. That's not even long enough to get rid of the jetlag, and at least not long enough to get used to the climate.
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http://www.en.aljazeerasport.tv/Sche...l/global/tab/2

says there will be 2hrs live TV online (not Eurosport) from 14:30 - but what time-zone CET?
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14 30 local time is 12.30 CET
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Merci, Grazie, Thanks Mate
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14 30 local time is 12.30 CET
Sweet, thanks, thats 9pm in Adelaide, South Oz!


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