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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, 12:06
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1.Froome
2.Rodriguez
3.Evans
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Old 02-15-13, 12:06
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that's not skys lineup this year though

wiggins
froome
henao
dombrowski
kennaugh

are certain
I thought Wiggins wasn't doing it, did n't he say that at the start of Oman

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The last six weeks have been pretty constantly hard. This is the start of a race phase now and then we go to Tenerife after this. Catalunya is when we want to start doing something, followed by Trentino and Liege-Bastogne-Liege

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oh ok, I thought wiggins wanted to win tirreno too
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Old 02-15-13, 13:03
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Phinney and Evans will crush everyone in the TTT, all over after that.
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Ah who doesn't love a poll

BUT Alberto Contador of course! I still have faith in him and I know he will prevail
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Phinney and Evans will crush everyone in the TTT, all over after that.
Is Tejay riding it too?
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Old 02-15-13, 13:07
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Nah he's doing P-N, no idea if Phinney is actually doing T-A either
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Nah he's doing P-N, no idea if Phinney is actually doing T-A either
Phinney should do TA (I remember I read it somewhere)
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Old 02-15-13, 13:19
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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
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Unfortunately for Froomey, Sky aren't bringing any of their classics guys. I think Henao will go as well. That's not a great TTT lineup so far.
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Old 02-15-13, 13:37
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Definitely not the strongest but id guess that the likes of kiriyenka, cataldo, siutsou may be added which beefs it up a bit
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