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Old 01-23-13, 23:32
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Lotto and team Grieple win win this buy a country mile,with Demare 2nd and Renshaw 3rd.Stage set for the sprinters.
Bold prediction. Kittel and Guardini too?
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Old 01-23-13, 23:34
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Turbo Durbo from a break away!!!!
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Old 01-23-13, 23:38
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Looks like a stage for G!
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Old 01-23-13, 23:40
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I have a feeling for Rojas to do well hes my big bet of night against ponzi. Cant believe some books have Greipel as favourite for this he will really need to want it to get to finish.

2am tv again?
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Old 01-24-13, 00:14
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Great, I was thinking of not getting up tonight to watch TDU to actually get some sleep, instead I just woke up puking like crazy...

At least I can watch this bike race inbetween the puking (apologize in advance for far too much personal information ).
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Old 01-24-13, 00:24
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I have a feeling for Rojas to do well hes my big bet of night against ponzi. Cant believe some books have Greipel as favourite for this he will really need to want it to get to finish.

2am tv again?
Greipel has never done well on this stage earlier and now it's much harder than in previous editions. He'll have to be at his absolute best to even have a chance of staying in the peloton.
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Old 01-24-13, 00:39
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If not a breakaway victory ...with Simon Clarke ( my bet)
Then Gilbert,Slagter or Rojas
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Old 01-24-13, 00:46
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I have a feeling for Rojas to do well hes my big bet of night against ponzi. Cant believe some books have Greipel as favourite for this he will really need to want it to get to finish.

2am tv again?
Yeh, I made $10 for free laying Greipel

Hopefully we get aggressive riding to make the break instead of the usual rubbish.
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Old 01-24-13, 00:55
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Sounds like we got a race, Sky practicing for July already.
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Old 01-24-13, 01:04
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Group of 23 have a bit of a gap with Impey and Bobridge ahead of them.

Poor Bernie
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