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Old 01-23-13, 19:17
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Because the last week has all the decisive stages.

And like I said, EVERYONE gets worse. Just some people that get worse than others, so it looks like they get better. I heard this out of the mouth of numerous professional cyclists by the way.
Of course you get worse during a GT, you get tired. But a track rider who starts a GT five kilos overweight can come out of it in better shape than before.
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Dang! I was wondering why Julian Kern finished 8 minutes back ... well, here's the answer:



Only the third race as a pro and already this. Tough break, kid! Better luck next time, I hope!
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Dang! I was wondering why Julian Kern finished 8 minutes back ... well, here's the answer:



Only the third race as a pro and already this. Tough break, kid! Better luck next time, I hope!
Good to see that he looks ok, but how'd the Koala make out?
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