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Old 04-11-12, 19:46
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***** - Gerrans, Rodriguez
**** - Sagan, Valverde
*** - Voeckler
** - Evans, Schlecks
* - Nordhaug, Gilbert, Freire, Vanendert, Martin

Can't see past those top 4, really.
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***** - Gerrans, Rodriguez
**** - Sagan, Valverde
*** - Voeckler
** - Evans, Schlecks
* - Nordhaug, Gilbert, Freire, Vanendert, Martin

Can't see past those top 4, really.
Pretty much the way I see it too.
Is Visconti riding? He could surprise here
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Old 04-11-12, 20:01
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if you add nordhaug at least add henao as well
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if you add nordhaug at least add henao as well
It's more fun to leave him out and then wait for Ryo
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Pretty much the way I see it too.
Is Visconti riding? He could surprise here
According to Steephill, yes. Top 10 maybe, but not a serious threat to the big boys, in my eyes.
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Old 04-11-12, 20:12
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Visconti will show precisely nought. These are not his roads
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In the first year after leaving Rabobank, Freire will finally win it over Mollema
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In the first year after leaving Rabobank, Freire will finally win it over Mollema
He'll be very motivated, that's for sure. But no, the Cauberg is not his climb.
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I don't quite see Sagan doing a thing on this race- meanwhile Voeckler has just opened new possibilities.. but TBH - I'm looking forward to see how DON ALEJANDRO VALVERDE is coming in shape for the Ardennes....
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Old 04-11-12, 20:25
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All going to be beaten by Paul Martens..

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