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Win a Cervelo jersey!

22 May 2009 08:03

Surprise! We're doing it again!

Today we are offering a Cervelo TestTeam jersey, signed by all nine team members from the squad's 2009 Giro d'Italia line-up.

To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is pick today's top three finishers from today's stage 13 of the Giro in the correct order.

You all know by now how it works: post your top three prediction here in this thread. Entries will close when the first rider hits the 20-kilometre to go banner.

You must pick all three top finishers in the right order. The first to submit the correct entry wins.

Sounds easy, right? But rememer how long it took us to find a winner for the Columbia jersey!

The jersey has been signed by the following riders:

Carlos Sastre (Spa)
Philip Deignan (Irl)
Simon Gerrans (Aus)
Volodymir Gustov (Ukr)
Jeremy Hunt (GBr)
Ted King (USA)
Ignatas Konovalovas (Ltu)
Daniel Lloyd (GBr)
Serge Pauwels (Bel)

Good luck and have fun with it!


Susan
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22 May 2009 08:12

1 Cavendish
2 Farrar
3 Davis
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22 May 2009 08:21

1. Cavendish
2. Farrar
3. Petacchi
Parcours
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22 May 2009 08:31

Cavendish
Petacchi
Farrar
Leopejo
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22 May 2009 08:34

Cavendish
Petacchi
Davis
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22 May 2009 08:56

Cavendish
pettachi
Goss
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22 May 2009 09:07

I can't wait to see if anyone DOESN'T pick Cavendish!

Susan
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22 May 2009 09:08

Susan Westemeyer wrote:I can't wait to see if anyone DOESN'T pick Cavendish!

Susan


There will be, when the stage starts and a break gets 20 minutes and the peloton isn't chasing...
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22 May 2009 09:17

ingsve wrote:There will be, when the stage starts and a break gets 20 minutes and the peloton isn't chasing...


Yes, but he will probably win it anyway....

It wouldn't surprise me, though, if your scenario happened today. There are a bunch of mountains coming up again tomorrow, so they may well say, We deserve to take it easy today.

Susan
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22 May 2009 09:22

Petacchi
Cavendish
Farrar
"Listen, my son. Trust no one! You can count on no one but yourself. Improve your skills, son. Harden your body. Become a number one man. Do not ever let anyone beat you!" -- Gekitotsu! Satsujin ken
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22 May 2009 09:24

There won't be small group comming in just because Milram will miss it once again and start chasing for Forster - even if he has almost no chance in the end... and maybe some other so far unsuccessful teams would like to appear in the front as well.
OK, if you're just waiting for picks without Cavendish here is mine:

1.Petacchi
2.Farrar
3.Davis
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22 May 2009 09:28

Well, I don't think here will be a long break eihter which is why I voted for Cav. I think at least Garmin and Quick Step see a bigger chance of winning a stage via Farrar and Davis than taking a chance with a break. Other sprint teams might be thinking similarly. So any break would have to be a break that alot of teams including GAR and QST are happy with which is unlikely.
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22 May 2009 09:39

yea, ingsve you're absolutely right...
btw, i have a suggestion:
could we get at least signed postcards when we pick up correctly 2 out of 3?:D:D:D:D
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22 May 2009 09:56

1) Petacchi
2) Canvendish
3) Davis
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22 May 2009 10:07

Mark Cavendish
Tyler Farrar
Edvald Boassen Hagen
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22 May 2009 10:08

1 Cavendish
2 Davis
3 Farrar
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22 May 2009 10:19

Farrar
Cavendish
Petacchi
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22 May 2009 10:22

Susan Westemeyer wrote:I can't wait to see if anyone DOESN'T pick Cavendish!

Susan


i would wait till 20k, but its too sunny.. gonna go out and sky+ the cycling...
and then if it is all together id have run out of sprinters.. :D

I need to get the missus to register on here, then i can pick the sprinters first thing in the morning, she can wait till the 20km if there is a breakaway.. ;)
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22 May 2009 10:32

Cavendish
Petacchi
Forster
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22 May 2009 11:00

1. Farrar
2. Petacchi
3. Cavendish
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