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View Poll Results: Who Will Win Tirreno Adriatico?
C.Froome 50 33.11%
C.Evans 15 9.93%
A.Contador 42 27.81%
V.Nibali 15 9.93%
J.Rodriguez 13 8.61%
Other 16 10.60%
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Old 02-15-13, 11:45
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TTT result from last year:
1 GreenEdge 18:41
2 Radioshack-Nissan-Trek + 00:17
3 Garmin-Barracuda
4 Team Sky + 00:23
5 Team Astana + 00:30
6 Saxo Bank + 00:38
7 Acqua & Sapone + 00:39
8 Katusha + 00:40
9 AG2R-La Mondiale + 00:43
10 Lotto-Belisol + 00:45

Teams can do some damage here.
Yeah that really sucks or maybe it might even cause for more attacking
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Gonna be a bit baised here and say Puritooooooo <3
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Yeah that really sucks or maybe it might even cause for more attacking
2012 line up.

Sky:
191 CAVENDISH Mark GB
192 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald NOR
193 EISEL Bernhard AUT
194 HUNT Jeremy GBR
195 HAYMAN Mathew AUS
196 LÍVKVIST Thomas SWE
197 STANNARD Ian GBR
198 SUTTON Christopher AUS

Saxo:
201 TANNER David AUS
202 MAJKA Rafal POL
203 CHRISTENSEN Mads DEN
204 BOARO Manuele ITA
205 SÍRENSEN Nicki DEN
206 PAULINHO Sergio Miguel Moreira POR
207 PIRES Bruno POR
208 TOSATTO Matteo ITA

Saxo lost 15s to Sky here.

2013 line up coming up after this.
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2013 line up (incomplete) .
Sky:
DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd United States
FROOME Christopher United Kingdom
KENNAUGH Peter United Kingdom
URAN Rigoberto Colombia
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Saxo:
Contador
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Yeah that really sucks or maybe it might even cause for more attacking
Imagine Berto being one minute down after the TTT
Epic battles coming.
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Sky:
DOMBROWSKI Joseph Lloyd United States
FROOME Christopher United Kingdom
KENNAUGH Peter United Kingdom
URAN Rigoberto Colombia
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Saxo:
Contador
Daniele
Jesus

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No way! I'm expecting very small gaps between the top GC guys in the TT.

I voted for Contador, although I'm sure it's gonna be close between him and Froome.

Honestly I don't care much who's gonna win. It's gonna be amazing anyway.
I think Nibs and Alberto will not lose much time to each other, a few seconds, but they will lose about 20 seconds to Froome. So they have to attack together
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I think Nibs and Alberto will not lose much time to each other, a few seconds, but they will lose about 20 seconds to Froome. So they have to attack together
Well, Froome must be on Cancellara's level to put 20 second into Contador and Nibbles. I don't think he is there yet. But it wouldn't be the first time he surprises me
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Great poll Miburo ..Im with Alberto,but it will be close
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what? quintana is already better climber than froome. see final stages of the tour and he's only 23. quintana is the best climber I've sene since pantani. he will become a legend
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2012 line up.

Sky:
191 CAVENDISH Mark GB
192 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald NOR
193 EISEL Bernhard AUT
194 HUNT Jeremy GBR
195 HAYMAN Mathew AUS
196 LÖVKVIST Thomas SWE
197 STANNARD Ian GBR
198 SUTTON Christopher AUS

Saxo:
201 TANNER David AUS
202 MAJKA Rafal POL
203 CHRISTENSEN Mads DEN
204 BOARO Manuele ITA
205 SÖRENSEN Nicki DEN
206 PAULINHO Sergio Miguel Moreira POR
207 PIRES Bruno POR
208 TOSATTO Matteo ITA

Saxo lost 15s to Sky here.

2013 line up coming up after this.
that's not skys lineup this year though

wiggins
froome
henao
dombrowski
kennaugh

are certain
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