2013 Vuelta a España, Stage 10: Torredelcampo → Alto Hazallanas (186,8 km)

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Bushman said:
That has nothing to do with sitting in a chase group without contributing even once, even though they have the same ambitions as everyone else.
Sure it does, racing the Tour means they are more tired then they would be had they not raced it. So they can't ride as fast. We saw Valverde dropped earlier. Maybe hanging on was the best they could do.
 
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This is awesome. After the dark era, the sport needs a champion it can trust, and it has found one in the form of Horner.

All the way to Madrid, baby. All the way.
 
Dekker_Tifosi said:
1 Horner
2 Nibali 48s
3 Valverde 1.02
4 Basso
5 Rodriguez
6 Pinot
7 Roche +1.11
8 Anton +1.26
9 Pozzovivo
10 Majka +1.52

Heroes of the day: Horner, Nibali, Basso
Losers of the day: Valverde, Rodriguez
Disgrace of the day: Valverde, Rodriguez
Cowards of the day: Valverde, Rodriguez
Most boring award: Valverde, Rodriguez
Who don't you miss this race-award: Valverde, Rodriguez

:p
Now Horner can claim he's the best climber in the whole wide world! :D
 
1. USA HORNER, Christopher 184 RADIOSHACK LEOPARD 4h 30' 12''
2. ITA NIBALI, Vincenzo 31 ASTANA PRO TEAM 4h 31' 04'' + 52''
3. ESP VALVERDE, Alejandro 1 MOVISTAR TEAM 4h 31' 20'' + 1' 08''
4. ITA BASSO, Ivan 71 CANNONDALE PRO CYCLING 4h 31' 24'' + 1' 12''
5. ESP RODRIGUEZ, Joaquin 121 KATUSHA TEAM 4h 31' 24'' + 1' 12''
6. FRA PINOT, Thibaut 101 FDJ.FR 4h 31' 24'' + 1' 12''
7. IRL ROCHE, Nicolas 205 TEAM SAXO-TINKOFF 4h 31' 32'' + 1' 20''
8. ESP ANTON, Igor 92 EUSKALTEL EUSKADI 4h 31' 47'' + 1' 35''
9. ITA POZZOVIVO, Domenico 11 AG2R LA MONDIALE 4h 31' 47'' + 1' 35''
10. POL MAJKA, Rafal 202 TEAM SAXO-TINKOFF 4h 32' 14'' + 2' 02''
11. ESP NIEVE, Mikel 96 EUSKALTEL EUSKADI 4h 32' 44'' + 2' 32''
12. ESP MORENO, Daniel 127 KATUSHA TEAM 4h 32' 44'' + 2' 32''
13. ESP SÁNCHEZ, Samuel 91 EUSKALTEL EUSKADI 4h 32' 44'' + 2' 32''
 
Netserk said:
2005 or 2007?
Which was the year he crashed at least twice in one and finished on a road bike:rolleyes:

Anyway, if he looked at the way Nibali was interviewed he'd shut up about winning la Vuelta:cool:

Also, Nieve is currently 11th in GC -> somebody has to drop out of the top ten, crash out or get busted for Nieve alway's gets 10th
 

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