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Old 02-16-13, 18:37
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That's a relief, should be OK for the Giro. Hell, remember Pozzato's incredible collarbone recovery last year - was that in Laigueglia? Was in the mix in San Remo 5 weeks later...
It depends on where exactly and how its broken. But lets hope it goes this quickly with Chaves aswell.
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Old 02-16-13, 19:03
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I think that was Jarlinson Pantano.
OK, thanks, still have to get used to many Colombian guys...
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Old 02-16-13, 19:26
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It depends on where exactly and how its broken. But lets hope it goes this quickly with Chaves aswell.
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Chaves’ crash happened just after km 100, as Jarlinson Pantano explained after the race: “I was just a couple of positions behind him, he misplaced a bend’s trajectory and hit the sidewalk. Unfortunately, though, a road signal was right there in front, and he hit it badly.”

After losing consciousness for a couple of minutes, El Chavito was taken to the hospital in Pietra Ligure, where he underwent a CT scan. Team Doctor Marco Pallini reported us about the 23-year-old’s conditions: “He reported a displaced fracture to his right collarbone and also broke his left petrous bone. It was a bad crash, but apparently Esteban will not need to undergo surgery. He will stay here at the hospital for a couple of days, then we will start his path to recovery. He is relatively ok right now, hopefully he will leave this scare behind him very soon.” (We will get you further updates on Esteban’s conditions in the upcoming days).
http://www.colombiacyclingpro.com/es...gueglia-crash/

Also, they say that Pantano was their only rider to finish in the front group today. Pretty worrying start to the season from Duarte, if that's the case.
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Old 02-23-13, 10:49
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Today La Drome Classic cancelled by bad weather, and I think 50% of training days for the colombians in Europe are cancelled by bad weather, so... what's the reason colombians are in Europe in cold january-february?
If you are a rider who doesn't like bad weather and cold, and the bad weather/cold is only in Europe in winter, when the races are not interesting for the colombian team, there is no point... (Giro, Tour, Vuelta are in spring and summer, without cold weather, except some exceptional day), so there isn't any reason for the colombians stay in Trentino in winter, and racing in classics or tours which don't suit them at all (why not Langkawi? Tour San Luis? even Oman?)
I think Corti is again and again doing mistakes.
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Today La Drome Classic cancelled by bad weather, and I think 50% of training days for the colombians in Europe are cancelled by bad weather, so... what's the reason colombians are in Europe in cold january-february?

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I think Corti is again and again doing mistakes.
Agree, perhaps Corti is thinking too much about himself rather than the team.
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Old 02-23-13, 12:59
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Corti is repeating the same mistakes from last year. That's the most worrisome thing. He's just siphoning the Colombian money.
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Old 02-23-13, 15:55
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Is the medical staff also pure Columbian?

What a bunch of shyte arguments.
yes. but wtf does that have to do with it
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Old 02-23-13, 15:57
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Today La Drome Classic cancelled by bad weather, and I think 50% of training days for the colombians in Europe are cancelled by bad weather, so... what's the reason colombians are in Europe in cold january-february?
If you are a rider who doesn't like bad weather and cold, and the bad weather/cold is only in Europe in winter, when the races are not interesting for the colombian team, there is no point... (Giro, Tour, Vuelta are in spring and summer, without cold weather, except some exceptional day), so there isn't any reason for the colombians stay in Trentino in winter, and racing in classics or tours which don't suit them at all (why not Langkawi? Tour San Luis? even Oman?)
I think Corti is again and again doing mistakes.
it's ridiuclous. they repeat the exact same mistakes of last yera and it will be a disaster. only duarte has the class to perform well like this
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Old 02-24-13, 11:39
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GP Lugano cancelled... very very well Corti and the calendar of the Colombia Coldeportes! please get a flight with all the riders and go back to Colombia for a decent training and don't return until the Giro di Trentino! then we would see colombians flying over the mountains.
Now, without training and with the cold climate, we could see ridiculous performances similar to last year MSR with all the team (including Duarte) climbing worse than Cavendish.
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Old 02-24-13, 12:21
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GP Lugano cancelled... very very well Corti and the calendar of the Colombia Coldeportes! please get a flight with all the riders and go back to Colombia for a decent training and don't return until the Giro di Trentino! then we would see colombians flying over the mountains.
Now, without training and with the cold climate, we could see ridiculous performances similar to last year MSR with all the team (including Duarte) climbing worse than Cavendish.
Unfortunately it seems to be going that way.
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