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Old 12-10-11, 23:44
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Vuelta Chile 2012 start next year on January 5th. Here you can take a look at the stages.

This weekend the last Chilean qualification races are held. Seven of ten foreign teams are already known: GW Shimano, Jamis Sutter Home, Clube Dataro de Ciclismo Foz do Iguaçu, Nacionales Uruguay and Argentina, Team Nippo, Caja Andalucía and KTM - Gebrüder Weiss.
I guess Jamis Sutter Home's doing that since I haven't seen their name on the startlist for San Luis.
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Old 12-11-11, 13:02
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I for one welcome Ryo's insight into the South American scene. Yes sometimes he overhypes certain riders, but so does everyone on this forum. Think of the countless Phinney/Sagan/EBH/Rolland type threads that come up any time these riders have a sniff of a good result.

I think we can all see there is a definite increase in South American riders that can and will make it big in Europe again, so reading info on any young stars coming through domestically can only be a positive thing. Keep it coming Ryo.
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Old 12-11-11, 13:43
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There's also some guys from Colombia who have more insight than Ryo (forgot his username ).
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I guess Jamis Sutter Home's doing that since I haven't seen their name on the startlist for San Luis.
the races are 2 weeks in between so teams form chile will also do san luis
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Old 12-16-11, 03:48
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Old 12-16-11, 10:06
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today starts costa rica with a tough circuit race. wonder if it will be technical because then the colombians will have hell to pay to the costa ricans like in the first stage of vuelta higuito
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Old 12-16-11, 18:21
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henry raabe just won the first stage in vuelta costa rica _O_
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Old 12-16-11, 21:39
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Video from 1st stage.
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Old 12-16-11, 22:32
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1ª etapa
Circuito Esparza 98,7 km

1º Henry Raabe (CRC/Citi-Economy Rent a Car-Bicicletas Blue) 2:43:13
2º Eddíer Godínez (CRC/BCR - Pizza Hut) a 1"
3º Patrick Kos (HOL/SEA TRADE - TEAM AMSTERDAM) m.t.
4º Román Villalobos (CRC/JUNTA DE PROTECCION SOCIAL - GIANT) m.t.
5º Juan Carlos Rojas (CRC/JUNTA DE PROTECCION SOCIAL - GIANT) m.t.
6º Pablo Mudarra (CRC/BCR - Pizza Hut) m.t.
7º Rodolfo Andrés Torres (COL/Boyaca Orgullo de America-Loteria de Boyaca) m.t.
8º Gregory Brenes (CRC/Movistar Team Cont.) m.t.
9º Freddy Montaña (COL/Boyaca Orgullo de America-Loteria de Boyaca) m.t.
10º Jose Adrián Bonilla (CRC/Citi-Economy Rent a Car-Bicicletas Blue) m.t.
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