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Old 02-14-13, 21:23
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Default 2013 Tour du Haut Var (16th-17th February)

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Stage 1 - Le Cannet des Maures → La Croix Valmer (152.5 km)
I can't find a stage profile, but it's the same finish as last year.



Stage 2 - Draguignan → Draguignan (207 km)
The same stage from 2011.


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Old 02-14-13, 21:26
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Andy FTW!!! .............

JK, I'm just hoping he can finish. As long as he finishes I'll be happy.
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Old 02-14-13, 21:27
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Boom to win the second stage
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Old 02-14-13, 21:29
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last year this was the tiernan locke vs quintana show
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Old 02-14-13, 21:31
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last year this was the tiernan locke vs quintana show
What's the first European race to expect some Colombian fireworks this season?
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Voeckler will be ready.
Some of the roads at this race are fantastic. Now we need live TV production please.
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What's the first European race to expect some Colombian fireworks this season?
in tirreno henao and uran supposedly have a free role. certainly catalunya will be a colombian firework, depending on the course of course, quintana, henao, uran, ospina should all ride there. serpa I think is still injured for a while
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last year this was the tiernan locke vs quintana show
No, that was Murcia.

Quintana was a minor bit part player here.
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Old 02-14-13, 21:43
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Unfortunately the course is the worst stage of last year, with the worst stage of the year before.
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No, that was Murcia.

Quintana was a minor bit part player here.
I guess you didn't see the race then but only looked at the results
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