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View Poll Results: Who's sprint king come July
Mark Cavendish 135 88.24%
Andre Greipel 9 5.88%
Peter Sagan 6 3.92%
Other 3 1.96%
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Old 02-11-13, 13:36
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I can't believe Cavendish has 88%. He's not that good.
And how good did Kittel look today? There's some real talent there.
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And how good did Kittel look today? There's some real talent there.
Exactly, the OP missed on listing few more sprinters.
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Absolutely true, but on the other hand - what better things has he got do in july?
taking a rest and preparing for the fall races
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A quality lead out man makes the world of difference and Boonen would make Cav untouchable. Had Greg Henderson still been at Sky last year I doubt Cav would be at OPQS now.
to some sprinters yes that don't have an extreme kick and or can't place themselves, cav isn't either of them so doesn't gain much by a good train. remember his first year in htc where he won 18 sprints or so without a train.
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And how good did Kittel look today? There's some real talent there.
Hardly a wealth of talent in opposition though. How'd he do it the TdU?
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