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Old 01-13-13, 17:02
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One of the most exciting Belgian nationals in recent history.
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Old 01-20-13, 14:46
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Interesting race today. As long as nobody's getting hurt it's highly amusing. And as few Belgians as seldom in the top10 at the moment.
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Old 01-20-13, 15:11
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No Belgian on the podium in a World Cup? When was the last time this happened? Somewhere in the 90s, I guess?
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Old 02-10-13, 14:13
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Today's race is just slightly muddy it looks like.
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Old 02-10-13, 15:35
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Excellent race on a pretty technical circuit. Nys and Vantornout going at it again. Klaas gave everything on the muddy section right before the sprint and had nothing left to challenge Nys.

Well done, Sven!
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Old 02-16-13, 23:04
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=GYsYsy0XfrQ

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Middlekurka! (Anglicized verbalizing, sorry)

Awesome. Those sand pits look deadly - the first corner definitely would make some separation - and those steep little berm climbs - tough!

What was this broadcast in? Do you speak the language?
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Middlekurka! (Anglicized verbalizing, sorry)

Awesome. Those sand pits look deadly - the first corner definitely would make some separation - and those steep little berm climbs - tough!

What was this broadcast in? Do you speak the language?
Dutch (with Flemish accent)
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So my avatar just won his first cross with the espoirs, unsuprisingly.

Today should be a crazy day, it's been raining throughout the entire morning and it's still raining. Very muddy parcour. Looking forward to it, first time this year I'm watching cross again.
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Old 10-13-13, 14:22
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For the Cyclo-cross fans

Ronse;

1. Nys
2. Bina (really nice to see him up there!)
3. Albert
4. Vantornout
5. Meisen

Saint-Etienne;

1. Mourey
2. Chainel
3. Perrot
4. Murgioto
5. Joufrroy

8. Gadret
9. Bazin

Llanes;

1. Aitor Hernandez (old pro from Euskaltel)
2. Kevin Suarez
3. Erlantz Uriarte
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