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View Poll Results: Best MTN Superdomestique of 2013
Roman Kreuziger (TSB) 14 14.00%
Richie Porte (SKY) 19 19.00%
Joseph Dombrowski (SKY) 5 5.00%
Janez Brajkovic (AST) 2 2.00%
Nairo Quintana (MOV) 34 34.00%
Steven Kruivswijk (BLN) 0 0%
Michael Rogers (TSB) 8 8.00%
Maxime Monfort (RSH) 3 3.00%
Sylvester Szmyd (MOV) 2 2.00%
Other 13 13.00%
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Old 01-30-13, 16:39
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Default Domestiques thread. Who whill be the MTN superdomestique of the 2013?

Wait for the poll. The question is: Who will be the best superdomestique in the mountains? Then, Who will be the best overall domestique?
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Kreuziger TdF for Alberto
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Kreuziger and Roche for Alberto in the tour.
Kiriyenka for Sky.

Regarding the classics, Devolder for Cancellara.
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The 'MTN' in the title of this thread is a bit confusing...
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Porte or Monfort.
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Kreuziger TdF for Alberto
indeed kreuziger but I voted Rogers since I didn't see Kreuziger
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The 'MTN' in the title of this thread is a bit confusing...
Yr, There is a team called MTN Qhubeka

As for the question, Quintana for Valverde at the Tour.
He will drag him to a podium place.
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Others could be Kiriyenka for Wiggins, Henao for Froome, Roche for Contador, Tiralongo for Nibali, Kelderman for Gesink, Geniez for Pinot, Landa/Antón for Sánchez, Ulissi for Scarponi...
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To be honest monfort always does a lot of work for the schlecks in the mountains. I.e. during 2011 tour galibier stage.
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I really hope that Landa gets it togheter in the Vuelta this year, he hasn't shown much since Burgos 2011 but he's young and promising.
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