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Old 02-03-13, 23:06
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Di Luca and Betancur passes the finish line 1'05 after Chaves. Nibali is arriving, we can see Sánchez a couple of meters after him, Wiggins doesnt look well... He is now in a critical moment. After Bradley there are a group of five guys, Robert Gesink, Arnold Jeannesson, José Rujano, Damiano Cunego and Fabio Duarte. Gesink is assuming the responsibility.
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Old 02-03-13, 23:11
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¡¡¡Here is Nibali at 2'40" from the stage winner!!! What an effort. What an exhibition. I cant find the words to describe it. Im just absolutely touched. And now is Sánchez... at 2'58".
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Old 02-03-13, 23:17
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This is Wiggins, he's the looser of the day... the seconds pass, 1,2,3... the clock is counting and NOW he pass the finish line. !!!!3'30!!!! 51" with Nibali. WOW. HE SAVES THE MAGLIA ROSA BY A FEW SECONDS. Now the group of Gesink at... ¡¡4'20"!! Huge differences at the finish. What an amazing stage. I will never forget this day. In a minutes the STAGE AND GENERAL CLASSIFICATION.
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This is Wiggins, he's the looser of the day... the seconds pass, 1,2,3... the clock is counting and NOW he pass the finish line. !!!!3'30!!!! 51" with Nibali. WOW. HE SAVES THE MAGLIA ROSA BY A FEW SECONDS. Now the group of Gesink at... ¡¡4'20"!! Huge differences at the finish. What an amazing stage. I will never forget this day. In a minutes the STAGE AND GENERAL CLASSIFICATION.
So what happened to the classifications?
Nice stage though. I wish we'll witness something like this in May too.
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1) CHAVES JOHAN. 5h:57'25"
2) PELLIZZOTI FRANCO. +00:12"
3) DI LUCA DANILO. +01'05"
4) BETANCUR CARLOS. MT
5) NIBALI VINCENZO +02'40"
6) SÁNCHEZ SAMUEL +02'58"
7) WIGGINS BRADLEY +03'30"
8) GESINK ROBERT. +04'20"
9) RUJANO JOSÉ. MT
10) CUNEGO DAMIANO. MT
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GC.

1) WIGGINS BRADLEY 61h:30'50"
2) NIBALI VINCENZO +00:14"
3) GESINK ROBERT +03'35"
4) SÁNCHEZ SAMUEL +03:38
5) PELLIZZOTI FRANCO +04'44"

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Old 02-04-13, 00:53
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So what happened to the classifications?
Nice stage though. I wish we'll witness something like this in May too.
Cyclingnews be late too with the classifications The best will come in the Dolomites. I have some nice ideas.
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YES! I had £20 on Chaves to win the stage.
Bet for Rujano for the Polsa stage.
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Bet for Rujano for the Polsa stage.
This is starting to look like match fixing!!
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Old 03-01-13, 17:31
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Hi guys. Here we are in Gante (Belgium) Today is the second of July of 2016 and will begin the 103° edition of the Tour de France. Here are the 21 stages of the Grand Boucle:

1st Stage: Gante - Gante (Prologue) 15 kms.
2nd Stage: Brusells - Brugge - Brusells. (Plain) 210 kms.
3rd Stage: Wanze - Arenberg. 220 kms.
4th Stage: Liège - Bastogne - Liège. 257 kms.
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5th Stage: Lanester - Lorient (TTT) 52 kms.
6th Stage: Lorient - Mur de Bretâgne. 175 kms.
7th Stage: Jonzac - Futuroscope. (Plain) 190 kms.
8th Stage: Futuroscope - Futuroscope. (ITT) 55 kms.
9th Stage: Aigurande - Super Besse. (Medium mountain) 189 kms.
10th Stage: Limoges - Puy de Dome. (High mountain) 188 kms.
* Mountain passes: Puy de Dome (HC)
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11th Stage: Carpentras - Mont Ventoux. (MT ITT) 40 kms.
*Mountain passes: Mont Ventoux (HC)
12th Stage: Saint André de la Roche - Pra Loup. (High mountain) 211 kms.
*Mountain passes: Col St Martin (HC) Col Couillole (HC) Col Champs (1°) Col D'Allos (HC)
13th Stage: Sestrieres - Granon (High Mountain) 202 kms.
*Mountain passes: Mont Cenis (1°) Telegraphe (1°) Galibier (HC) Granon (HC)
14th Stage: Gap - Pinerolo (Medium mountain) 179 kms.
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15th Stage: Bourdeaux - Pau (Plain) 205 kms.
16th Stage: Pau - Toulouse (Plain) 197 kms.
17th Stage: Toulouse - Pamiers (ITT) 69 kms.
18th Stage: Bagnéres de Luchon - Arcalís (High mountain) 244 kms.
*Mountain passes: Col Ares (3°) Col de Port (2°) Envalira (1°) Ordino (2°) Arcalís (HC)
19th Stage: Orthez - Gourette Col D'Aubisque (High mountain) 218 kms.
*Mountain passes: Larrau (HC) Pierre St Martin (1°) Marie Blanque (1°)
Col D'Aubisque (HC)
20th Stage: Saint Girons - Loudenvielle (High mountain) 190 kms.
* Mountain passes: Col de Latrape (2°) Col de Core (1°) Portet de Aspet (2°) Col Menté (1°) Col de Portillón (1°) Col de Peyresourde (1°)
21th Stage: París - Champs Élysées. 120 kms.

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