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Old 06-11-13, 12:37
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Anyone have a link where you can see this streamed online.
Look for it on steephill (http://www.steephill.tv/tour-de-suisse/#tv-schedule) or on sportlemon (http://www.sportcategory.com/c-9.html), but it won't start until 17:10.
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Look for it on steephill (http://www.steephill.tv/tour-de-suisse/#tv-schedule) or on sportlemon (http://www.sportcategory.com/c-9.html), but it won't start until 17:10.
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going take something bit special to unsurp the terminator here.
why do you think so? Obviously he is in good shape, but he is still no pure sprinter, there are a couple of guys in here which are just faster than him.

If they have the form remains to be seen, but I'd rate Kristoff and Demare higher than Sagan for today's stage
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Voigt, Kaisen and Vrecer lead by 4 minutes after 20 km of racing.
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After 33km the 3man break has a 4:15 advantage.
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Old 06-11-13, 13:16
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Roads look dry and weather is mild with slightly threatning clouds.
Forecast for Buochs, Switzerland mentions a 50% chance of rain.
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At 46km the 3 leaders have a lead of 4:08 and swing away from the lake and are headed to the start of the first Cat2 climb.
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Streamed live pictures (not live video) and German ticker from Tour de Suisse website here: http://www.tourdesuisse.ch/live/en/

CN English ticker: http://live.cyclingnews.com/
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Having watched this on Eurosport for the last few years, anyone know why Eurosport have chosen not to show it in UK this year?
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Having watched this on Eurosport for the last few years, anyone know why Eurosport have chosen not to show it in UK this year?
IMG Media is selling the broadcasting rights for international coverage as far as I know, propably they asked for too much money and Eurosport declined
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