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Old 11-22-12, 21:42
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I also think in Robert Kiserlovski.
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Wow, a lot of experts around.
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he is the best climber. A pure climber i would think is someone that pretty much just is visible in the high mountains? or atleast that is what i would think it means
See him climb and you know he is a pure climber he just happens to be a great tter too
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in recent years contador and schleck are a mile in front of all these young pretenders and if AS can recover fully from his injury there is still plenty more to come , not that many on this forum will agree as its just a contador love forum and pretty much hatred for schleck .
Alberto is awesome that's why he is loved by a lot of posters, not by everyone mind.
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Old 11-22-12, 21:56
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Michele Scarponi, Igor Antón, Mikel Landa, Gorka Verdugo, José Serpa, Darwin Atapuma, Robinson Chalapud, Winner Anacona, Fabio Aru, Kevin Seeldraeyers, Blel Kadri, Cyril Gautier, Hubert Dupont, Antonio Santoro, Tom Slagter, Matteo Rabottini, Gianluca Brambilla, Dario Cataldo, Laurens Ten Dam, Rafa Valls.... There are a lot of pure climbers but except the young guys which counts with the doubt benefit the rest dont have a top level.
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1. Alberto Contador
2. Joaquin Rodriguez
3. Andy Schleck
4. Thibaut Pinot
5. Nairo Quintana
6. Domenico Pozzovivo
7. Igor Anton
8. Pierre Rolland
9. Jose Rujano
10. Mikel Nieve
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1. Alberto Contador
2. Joaquin Rodriguez
3. Andy Schleck
4. Thibaut Pinot
5. Nairo Quintana
6. Domenico Pozzovivo
7. Igor Anton
8. Pierre Rolland
9. Jose Rujano
10. Mikel Nieve
and we have take off.
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Old 11-22-12, 22:02
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1. Alberto Contador
2. Joaquin Rodriguez
3. Andy Schleck
4. Thibaut Pinot
5. Nairo Quintana
6. Domenico Pozzovivo
7. Igor Anton
8. Pierre Rolland
9. Jose Rujano
10. Mikel Nieve
Nice list. Only one thing. IMO Antón is overrated. I think Pierre Rolland is far better and younger. How i can forget Nieve
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I also think in Robert Kiserlovski.
that traitor will never become anything i tell you

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1. Alberto Contador
2. Joaquin Rodriguez
3. Andy Schleck
4. Thibaut Pinot
5. Nairo Quintana
6. Domenico Pozzovivo
7. Igor Anton
8. Pierre Rolland
9. Jose Rujano
10. Mikel Nieve
pretty much this I guess
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