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Kelderman and Slagter for the 1-2...in the GC that is. Stage screams Gilbert
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have you any link to watch the live streaming in europe?
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Kelderman and Slagter for the 1-2...in the GC that is. Stage screams Gilbert
Exactly what I was thinking. But only if, somehow, Machado fails to deliver.
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Kelderman and Slagter for the 1-2...in the GC that is. Stage screams Gilbert
Wilco crashed today, let's see how he'll recover. Willunga could be a good finish for Slagter, I think.
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Kelderman and Slagter for the 1-2...in the GC that is. Stage screams Gilbert
I don't think so, stage 2 suited Gilbert better and he failed there. I doubt he has the form to compete here.

Imo it will come down to a sprint between Slagter and G. Hopefully for Slagter there's one man between them so he takes the GC by 1 second
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I don't know much about Slagter, he strikes me as a good river in short uphills, won't this be too much for him?

In stage 2 Machado looked more confortable than him

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It feels like I always jinx them but come on now Izagirre brothers!
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Wow man, look at Machado and his yellow bracelet. The man looks so comfortable he still has time to send his thoughts to all the unicorns with cancer.
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General Classification
1 Geraint Thomas (GBr) Sky Procycling 12:59:09
2 Tom Jelte Slagter (Ned) Blanco 0:00:05
3 Javier Moreno Bazan (Spa) Movistar 0:00:06
4 Ben Hermans (Bel) Radioshack Leopard 0:00:08
5 Gorka Izagirre (Spa) Euskaltel Euskadi 0:00:15
6 Ion Izagirre (Spa) Euskaltel Euskadi st
7 Jack Bauer (NZL) Garmin Sharp st
8 Tiago Machado (POR) Radioshack Leopard st
9. Adam Hansen (AUS) Lotto Belisol st
10. George Bennett (NZL) Radioshack Leopard st

Stage 5 - 11:30am (AEDST) -> 4pm/1:30am (CET) -> 6:00am on both Channel 9 and the ninemsn feed.
- Highlights on Channel 9 from 11pm -12am

It is Australia Day, so we must barrack for an Aussie!
Thanks for the preview ACF.. hope you're ok after your hospital visit.

Gerrans for the win on Australia Day!
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Old 01-25-13, 10:07
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I don't think so, stage 2 suited Gilbert better and he failed there. I doubt he has the form to compete here.
Gilbert did crash at that stage.
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