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Old 08-07-09, 14:25
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Happier times...
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a new classic?



caption fumiyuki beppu, 2009 tour de france

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...or really any of these...

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A nice remimder that it can be about teams looking out for each other.



Damiano Cuego gets helped home within the time limit by his team in the 2008 TdF after crashing near the start of the stage. He ended up abondoning anyway but the Lampre guys made sure the doctors at least got the chance to patch him up.

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I've gotta think Tyler has this enlarged on his wall.



Just the big names, from left to right:
(not shown Robbie Hunter) Tom Boonen-Quickstep; Thor Hushovd-Cervelo; Robbie McEwen-Katusha; Mark Cavendish-Columbia; Stu O'Grady-SaxoBank; Tyler Farrar-Garmin.

Behind Thor is Alessandro Petachhi
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one thing.. where the riders and races etc are known can we please caption the pictures...

not everyone has encyclopedic knowledge of every rider and race
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Erik Zabel celebrates too soon and loses the 2004 Milan-San Remo to Oscar Frieireirieireireire

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Erik Zabel celebrates too soon and loses the 2004 Milan-San Remo to Oscar Frieireirieireireire
Which of course brings to mind the Cav's nipping of Boonen in the Scheldeprijs. Tom could use a little coaching from Zabel on the arm positioning:
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