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what is going with this guy? He had a really poor start this year...
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what is going with this guy? He had a really poor start this year...
The British Pecharoman?
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Last year he peaked very early this year he is peaking for the ardennes, so lets wait a little longer.
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Old 03-07-13, 15:53
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Last year he peaked very early this year he is peaking for the ardennes, so lets wait a little longer.
I thought the same... hope you are right...
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Yesterday he did some good work for Porte on the final climb, but he was well down today.
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Pecharroman I think Lefevere is still cursing that one.
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Oh, the sweetness of irony.
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Last year he peaked very early this year he is peaking for the ardennes, so lets wait a little longer.
Didn't he peak the entire season last year?
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Didn't he peak the entire season last year?
not really.. he had a big break from middle March until July

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he already said in an interview that he wants to peak in ardennes. and he said it like he really means business
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