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View Poll Results: Who will be the last WT team without a victory?
Astana 5 3.68%
Movistar 1 0.74%
BMC 6 4.41%
Vacansoleil 13 9.56%
Garmin - Sharp 9 6.62%
AG2R - La Mondiale 24 17.65%
Cannondale 3 2.21%
Euskaltel - Euskadi 55 40.44%
FDJ 13 9.56%
Argos - Shimano 7 5.15%
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Old 02-27-13, 06:10
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Guardini finally got Astana's first win, so three teams remain:
Euskaltel-Euskadi
Garmin-Sharp
Vacansoleil-DCM
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Guardini finally got Astana's first win, so three teams remain:
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I was wrong then.
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Wooo Hooo, I'm still in the running
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Guardini finally got Astana's first win, so three teams remain:
Euskaltel-Euskadi
Garmin-Sharp
Vacansoleil-DCM
Got the feeling it's gonna be between Garmin and Euskatel.
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And Garmin-Sharp is next with Talansky's win.
That leaves Euskaltel-Euskadi and Vacansoleil-DCM
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And Garmin-Sharp is next with Talansky's win.
That leaves Euskaltel-Euskadi and Vacansoleil-DCM
Vacans should prove the doubters wrong

I'm worried about P-N though, they might get a win there
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And Garmin-Sharp is next with Talansky's win.
That leaves Euskaltel-Euskadi and Vacansoleil-DCM
Westra with a chance to win the P-N ITT on the last day.
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For Vacan it could be Westra in PN.
For EE it could be Izaguirre in PN or Samu in TA (not sure how his form is though).
Or it could be a win from a break for either team in either race.

I still say EE will be last.
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Movistar cos Valverde and Cobo suck
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The guy who has four wins already this season?
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