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View Poll Results: Which male rider will dominate in 2013?
Contador 53 46.90%
Wiggins 7 6.19%
Froome 11 9.73%
Gilbert 21 18.58%
Boonen 11 9.73%
Cancellara 26 23.01%
Rodriguez 4 3.54%
Sagan 54 47.79%
Valverde 8 7.08%
Other (specify) 13 11.50%
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Old 12-29-12, 22:05
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Valverde for possible Ardennes triple, TdF glory and his first rainbow jersey,
Sagan all classics until the AGR + Tour sprints, and Cancellara TT's, cobbles and just blowing everyone off his wheel in Italy.
The 2013 season results revealed right here...
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Berto of course oh and Sagan
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Noone will dominate in '13
Max 2K CQ points or thereabout.
Competition will be very strong across the board.
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here they are:

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Il Killer!! He just needs to find a team
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Tiernan-Locke, Guardini and Sagan!
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Froome19 wtf you voted for everyone except Piti
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I voted Froome purely for dark reasons. I would like to see Contador to dominate with Cancelara back to his best. Sagan improvement would be a bit scary too.
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Sagan and BMC
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Oh, Rebellin as well.
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