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Ronde van Drenthe (1.1):

1. Bert-Jan Lindeman (VCD)
2. Guillaume Boivin (SPI)
3. Rene Jörgensen
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Suprisingly Lindeman beat Boivin in a two men sprint. I expected Boivin to take that easily since he is really fast and Lindeman is not a sprinter
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Boivin was quite disappointed too and didn't want to congratulate Lindeman. However Lindeman had the better position.
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Boivin was quite disappointed too and didn't want to congratulate Lindeman. However Lindeman had the better position.
He only has to blame himself. Lindeman co-operated fully until the last 600m. And then Boivin himself started the sprint too early.
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Giro delle 3 Province
UCI NE, 161,6 km, Limito (MI)
1. RUFFONI Nicola (ITA – Team Colpack)
2. FORNER Alessandro (ITA – General Store – Mantovani – Cicli Fontana)
3. BENFATTO Marco (ITA – Team Idea 2010 (dil.))
4. SIMION Paolo (ITA – Zalf – Désirée – Fior)
5. GOMIRATO Davide (ITA – Petroli Firenze Cycling Team)
6. PAOLI Loris (ITA – Team Hopplà – Wega – Truck Italia – Valdarno)
7. FRUINI Simone (ITA – Petroli Firenze Cycling Team)
8. MAZZETTO Marco (ITA – Generali – Videa – Ballan – Coppi – Gazzera)
9. KADRZYŃSKI Michał (POL – MG K Vis – Norda)
10. DAL CAPPELLO Sebastiano (ITA – General Store – Mantovani – Cicli Fontana)
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Roy Thame Cup (69 mi):



1 Philip Lavery (Node 4-Giordana)
2 Richard Lang (Rapha Condor-Sharp)
3 Tom Moses (100 Per Cent ME)
4 George Atkins (100 Per Cent ME)
5 Ben Stockdale (Metaltek)
6 Simon Yates (100 Per Cent ME)
7 Yanto Barker (UK Youth)
8 Dave Clarke (Node 4)
9 Steve Golla (High Wycombe CC)
10 Colin Parry (Wilier-Live to Ride)
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Wow, Euskaltese Vini's kit...
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He only has to blame himself. Lindeman co-operated fully until the last 600m. And then Boivin himself started the sprint too early.
Still a good result considering he was hospitalized the day before for a crash at Dwars door Drenthe.
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Asian legen Wong Kam Po (Hong Kong) wins 2nd stage of Tour de Taiwan while Miyazawa (Saxo) get the leader jersey.

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Cape Argus Pick'N'Pay Cycle Tour

1. Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (MTN)
2. Herman Fouche (BNT)
3. Jaco Venter (CCD)
4. Arran Brown (MTN)

Biggest race in the world - with 36.000 participants.
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