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View Poll Results: Do You Consider J.Rodriguez a Wheelsucker?
Yes 22 14.01%
No. 95 60.51%
Not really but his racing style can annoy me. 40 25.48%
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Old 02-22-13, 22:51
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Looked easy on the pedals there with Purito. If he'd gone full gas there not even Froome's alien ancestors could've helped him.
It's obvious purito went all out, why wouldn't he at that point. That climb was almost over as you can see.
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Old 02-22-13, 23:02
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It's obvious purito went all out, why wouldn't he at that point. That climb was almost over as you can see.
He handled it perfectly, giving Froome a wheel to hang on at the climb, and letting Froome lead on the flat and descent.

After Purito started chasing they closed the gap, but why would he be going all out? He's just relaying there, not sprinting at all.
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