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View Poll Results: Who will be the last WT team without a victory?
Astana 5 3.68%
Movistar 1 0.74%
BMC 6 4.41%
Vacansoleil 13 9.56%
Garmin - Sharp 9 6.62%
AG2R - La Mondiale 24 17.65%
Cannondale 3 2.21%
Euskaltel - Euskadi 55 40.44%
FDJ 13 9.56%
Argos - Shimano 7 5.15%
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Old 01-26-13, 19:45
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Default The last WT team without a victory?

So, we have 10 WT teams without a victory, here's the poll

My choice is Vacansoleil (Wanted to vote something other than Euskaltel)
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Euskaltel and their first win come from a non basque
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argos because i don't like them
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Old 01-26-13, 20:02
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Not Euskaltel, one of the Izagirre's will certainly win something soon
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if it were not for cancellara i would say radioshack. They just cant win. They can only get team GC and place two or three riders in the top 15 of any race.
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Vancan or Euskatel
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if it were not for cancellara i would say radioshack. They just cant win. They can only get team GC and place two or three riders in the top 15 of any race.
They already got NZL nationals, I think that's why they're not included in the poll
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They already got NZL nationals, I think that's why they're not included in the poll
right maybe. but its not like competition was so high there.
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argos because i don't like them
same here. Fingers crossed
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same here. Fingers crossed
I agree. Argos aren't anywhere near well rounded. Im wondering who they ll be sending to the giro, vuelta, ardennes. All they can do is sprint. They just have kittel (who hasnt managed a decent placing in down under so far) and degenkolb.
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