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2013 Santos Tour Down Under Stage 4: Modbury -> Tanunda, 127km

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2013 Santos Tour Down Under Stage 4: Modbury -> Tanunda, 127km

25 Jan 2013 02:03

Since no one else created the stage 4 thread; stage is already underway.
Live Feed: http://video.au.msn.com/watch/video/ninemsn-livestream/1hktfczq7?cpkey=9a6d4bb1-11ed-4fe0-b40c-f0eb40961027%257c%257c%257c%257c

Stage 4 start time: Thursday 11:00 CDT (4:30:00 PM PST)
Earliest live video: 12:30 CDT (6:00:00 PM PST)
Approximate finish: 14:13 CDT (7:43:00 PM PST)

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25 Jan 2013 02:13

Gilbert to do a heroic ride and take the ocre jersey.
Peter Sagan:
"I under-evaluated him (Gerald Ciolek) a little bit. I was watching Cancellara, who was trying to break free, and maybe I did too much work," Sagan said. "Ciolek stayed in the wheels and he took my wheel to do the sprint and was able to beat me. I went too early in the sprint."


17/03/13 Milan - San Remo

Peter Sagan:
“We went away in a break on the Oude Kwaremont, but then Cancellara went for it on the Paterberg and I wasn’t able to follow him,”


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25 Jan 2013 02:13

thank you:) go Phil
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25 Jan 2013 02:16

HiCadence wrote:Gilbert to do a heroic ride and take the ocre jersey.


Indeed, Gilbert will be the first one of 2013 to take on the Sky train (and Lotto train) and win. :D
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25 Jan 2013 02:40

Sprint 1
1. Phil
2. Howson
3. Brown
4. Thomas
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25 Jan 2013 02:40

Most important thing Brownie's done for a while :o
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25 Jan 2013 02:44

Looks like it's going to be a bunch sprint unless another break forms.
Peter Sagan:
"I under-evaluated him (Gerald Ciolek) a little bit. I was watching Cancellara, who was trying to break free, and maybe I did too much work," Sagan said. "Ciolek stayed in the wheels and he took my wheel to do the sprint and was able to beat me. I went too early in the sprint."


17/03/13 Milan - San Remo

Peter Sagan:
“We went away in a break on the Oude Kwaremont, but then Cancellara went for it on the Paterberg and I wasn’t able to follow him,”


31/03/13 Tour of Flanders
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25 Jan 2013 02:51

Sprint 2
1. Gilbert
2. Howson
3. Brown
4. Thomas

Browns proving himself very useful.
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25 Jan 2013 02:54

Ferminal wrote:Most important thing Brownie's done for a while :o


now if he can just take out have the competitors, job done.
RIP Craig, you'll be missed friend.
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25 Jan 2013 03:16

Robbie McEwen saying there's a stretch of strong x-wind somewhere before the finish
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25 Jan 2013 03:21

Eyeballs Out wrote:Robbie McEwen saying there's a stretch of strong x-wind somewhere before the finish


10 - 7km and 3-0km
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25 Jan 2013 03:22

You're not supposed to tell anyone. ;)
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25 Jan 2013 03:25

Hope Kittel and / or Guardini can show something here and give Greipel a race
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25 Jan 2013 03:28

Caught. :(
Jump on Greipels wheel, Phil, and beat him in the sprint! :p
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25 Jan 2013 03:35

Farrar down, and 2 carrots.
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25 Jan 2013 03:37

Greipel takes it again.
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25 Jan 2013 03:45

Greipel just rode away from everyone

Another crash in the last km involving riders from OGE, U-AUS, a Lampre and a Blanco
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25 Jan 2013 03:49

Top ten yet? Gorilla, red car, Cant well...?
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25 Jan 2013 03:53

1. André Greipel (Lotto-Belisol)
2. Roberto Ferrari (Lampre-Merida)
3. Jonathan Cantwell (Saxo Bank-Tinkoff)
4. Andrew Fenn (Omega Pharma-Quick Step)
5. Barry Markus (Vacansoleil-DCM)
6. Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano)
7. Mark Renshaw (Blanco)
8. Kenny Van Hummel (Vacansoleil-DCM)
9. Arnaud Démare (FDJ)
10. Klaas Lodewyck (BMC)
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25 Jan 2013 04:27

This is going to be Greipel's big year. Ferrari couldn't even hold the wheel. Fantastic sprinting.

Hope the crash wasn't as bad as it looked. Farrar got a nasty concussion last year.
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