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Old 05-01-12, 15:00
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Shame the camera missed the move by the three out of the Peloton until they caught Tony Martin.
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Great team effort by Liquigas.
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Textbook tactics by the Liquigas boys.
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Great tactic and positioning for Liquigas!Chapeau Tony!
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Martin worked over the Argos boys and then Liquigas worked over Martin.
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Good race, that. Liquigas played the tactics to perfection, and Tony Martin was really impressive. The modifications to the course have really paid off, I think - not much time to recover from the second climb of the Mammolshain before they have to do it again, which allows the gaps that are created to be a bit bigger, and create more chance of them staying away. Coverage was, as usual, excellent, HR deserve a lot of credit for their commitment to it - Köln got the final hour, which was pleasing enough, but to get a race broadcast almost in its entirety (OK, we did get the entirety a couple of years ago) on German TV right now is pretty crazy.
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Nothing from Markus Fothen again...

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