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Old 01-18-13, 13:44
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hope they hire alex cano
that would be very good
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They have 18 riders, which is very common in the Pro Continetal teams.
I canīt see anything ridiculous about that.

/fritz
because they are going to do 2 or 3 gt's this year. 18 is ridiculous.

and they got corti? wat a f'n joke is that.
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Old 01-18-13, 13:46
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they will train in trentino from next week, exactly in arco, on the coast of garda lake..
it seems that they are doing the same mistake of last year

i do not understand why they don't keep on altitude training in colombia, where the weather is warm and they go in chilly northern ital.

probably corti want to keep the riders under is direct control and he does not want to stay in colombia...

very sad for osorio, he had a great potential.
exactly as again the winter seems to have hit europe this week. also in italy. they can't allow another f*** up year like last year. although their training in colombia this year was a lot better and more centered
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I hope JJ Romero Corredor can step up even further this season. He has the rider-characteristics to be a protagonist in most of the races on the calendar.
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Old 01-18-13, 14:08
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I hope JJ Romero Corredor can step up even further this season. He has the rider-characteristics to be a protagonist in most of the races on the calendar.
yes, especially also as a classics ride.r same with chalapud, who had an excellent 2011 when he was actually in shape. so explosive both of them and relative big for colombian, they don;'t suffer in flat and steer well
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Escarabajos in Italy.

"In addition to Rincon, Darwin Atapuma, Robinson Chalapud, Esteban Chaves, Fabio Duarte, Wilson Marentes, Dalivier Ospina, Jarlinson Pantano, Carlos Julian Quintero, Michael Rodriguez, Jeffry Romero, Juan Pablo Suarez, Juan Pablo Valencia and Alexis Camacho landed in Italy on Saturday, the latter living his very first impact with Italy and Europe. Juan Esteban Arango, Edwin Avila and Duber Quintero will join tthe upcoming week, while Leonardo Duque will be on hand for the training camp in Arco, from January 28th to 31st."

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Which muppet thought a training camp in Trentino in January was a good idea? It's -2 there at the moment.
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look at them happy to ride in the heat
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Which muppet thought a training camp in Trentino in January was a good idea? It's -2 there at the moment.
yes didn't they screw up everything last year by camping in Trentino on winter?
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Apparently they have signed Claudio Cort's son, Marco.
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