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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, 21:36
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Euskaltel for me.
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Accidentally clicked on Cannondale, wanted to click AG2R.

Argos will pick up a win rather soon with Degenkolb & Kittel.
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Not Euskaltel, one of the Izagirre's will certainly win something soon
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they'll win this poll
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Harder to decide this year, each team seems to have at least one big name that can get the team a win. I'll go with Euskaltel, the only big name rider they have that can save them from being last team to win is Samu.
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As long as Farrar keeps crashing, Garmin is my pick.
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As long as Farrar keeps crashing, Garmin is my pick.
Nah, Thomas Dekker wins in France
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Euskaltel and AG2R would seem to be the obivious choices, but I'll go for Astana - no local events and no notable sprinter.
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Euskaltel and AG2R would seem to be the obivious choices, but I'll go for Astana - no local events and no notable sprinter.
Except from this guy called Guardini, who wins some 15 races a year...
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I voted for Garmin, i do not know other than Von Hoff who can get a win in a while.

Argos would have been a good vote as well.
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Except from this guy called Guardini, who wins some 15 races a year...
I thought he'd gone to Lampre. My mistake. But I'll stick to my prediction.
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