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Old 02-24-13, 16:40
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they had better starts when they won pn with boogerd, they had years where freire won msr and they had a year where t.dekker won tirreno
consider that a better start than winning small racesa
I remember two years ago Freire said "usually it's me who picks up the first win for Rabo, I feel lazy now". Freire, the legend. And uniquely for a Spaniard, not involved in any clinic issues (that I know of).
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Nikita, why couldn't you do this when you were in my CQ team? Oh well, it's good that he seems to be getting over whatever was affecting him last year.
Apparantly it wasnt Novikov in 8th place. Novikov finished 99th 6 minutes down.
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Apparantly it wasnt Novikov in 8th place. Novikov finished 99th 6 minutes down.
Yeah, I just saw that. A mix up with the numbers 66 & 76 I think.
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they had better starts when they won pn with boogerd, they had years where freire won msr and they had a year where t.dekker won tirreno
consider that a better start than winning small racesa
indeed i know about these but me personally i care about the shiit small races too and i don't remind rabo to ever win so many races in a start of the season.

of course when march and april will come, they might fade away
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indeed i know about these but me personally i care about the shiit small races too and i don't remind rabo to ever win so many races in a start of the season.

of course when march and april will come, they might fade away
no no no Gesink will win PN and TGBM will win TA, with TAWK winning the TT's in PN and the Butcher winning the puncheur stages in TA.

And Bos will steal Cancellara's bike with the engine and win MSR
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no no no gesink will win pn and tgbm will win ta, with tawk winning the tt's in pn and the butcher winning the puncheur stages in ta.

and bos will steal cancellara's bike with the engine and win msr

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Thursday is GP Camaiore... Just look at the startlist, e.g. at Cyclingfever.com.

What´s so special about this 1.1 race on a Thursday in late February? The line-up is incredible, I was just "Wow?!"...

As it seems, however, still no licence for Meridiana. They wanted to start here, but don´t seem to do so. I guess it´s because the UCI wants to get rid of Sinkewitz.
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Old 02-26-13, 14:35
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Just a random race with a ballistic past winners list.
There's to say that it used to be a summer race.
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Thursday is GP Camaiore... Just look at the startlist, e.g. at Cyclingfever.com.

What´s so special about this 1.1 race on a Thursday in late February? The line-up is incredible, I was just "Wow?!"...
Tradition > UCI silly 1.1 classification.
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And uniquely for a Spaniard, not involved in any clinic issues (that I know of).
Aww, c'mon...that's not true.
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