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72 Volta a Portugal Bicicleta- em, 2.1 August 04-15 (Kash in !)

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Hommage attacker of the week & Caja Rural

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Today 06.08. Stage 2: Aveiro - Santo Tirso (N. Sra. Assunção) (152,4 k)

Start: 13.40
Finish: 17.22

Website: http://www.volta-portugal.com/

Stream: [www.myp2p.eu]

TickerStr.: http://ww1.rtp.pt/multimedia/emissaoTV.php?tv=4

GC top 10:
1 Oleg Chuzhda (Ukr) Caja Rural 5:05:33
2 Candido Barbosa (Por) Palmeiras Resort - Tavira 0:01:32
3 Patrik Sinkewitz (Ger) ISD - Neri 0:01:34
4 Jimmy Engoulvent (Fra) Saur Sojasun 0:01:36
5 Jetse Bol (Ned) Rabobank Continental Team
6 Filipe Cardoso (Por) LA Aluminios – Rota dos Móveis
7 David Blanco (Spa) Palmeiras Resort - Tavira
8 Hugo Sabido (Por) LA Aluminios – Rota dos Móveis 0:01:38
9 Boy Van Poppel (Ned) Rabobank Continental Team 0:01:40
10 Alejandro Marque (Spa) Palmeiras Resort - Tavira 0:01:41
 
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is there any other stream than the one son my2p?? because I can't open mediaplayer via those links :( is there a stream on a website? thanks.
 
Uumm, now I'm not sure. That link appears to be on a loop and not live at all.:confused:
The my2p link that requires the realtime player is working.
RT is a good player and the basic free version is handy for video downloads.
I will check the others...........
 
Some jolty live feeds with media player will play whatever they can live, and then when they stop working they just go back to the start of where they were picked up and re-play that. If that happens you can watch it till it cuts up, then refresh the page. It's annoying as all hell, but you do get live-ish coverage.
 
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Today we have a MTF... I'm expecting some fireworks... Sella and Pardilla attacking to close the gap? or maybe David Blanco attacking to stamp his seal in La Volta???

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I say for today maybe sergio ribeiro or sinkewitz. I like sergio ribeiro sinc ehis win last year in the volta sao paolo and have been following him ever since he got kicked out of benfica team
 
This isn't too different to the Gouveia climb that Sinkewitz soloed in on last year, but gaps here tend to be fairly small. However, the climbing GC riders who don't have such a good TT will need to open up hostilities here, since there's 30km of ITT to do later in the race. It's not such a difficult climb though, and Ribeiro and Barbosa could both stay with the front riders if the pace isn't too vicious. I expect one of the big teams, probably Loulé, to try and utilise multiple contenders to take this one, perhaps with Tino Zaballa.
 
Your friends and mine, LA Aluminios-Paredes Rota dos Moveis on the front now.

The same LA Aluminios who co-sponsored Liberty when they were still a feeder for the 'big' Liberty squad, and the same LA Aluminios who took over Maia and made LA-MSS.

Different team, same perseverent sponsors.

They're my favourite of the native teams.
 
That'll be the heli feed.

Portuguese teams still extant:

Barbot-Siper: look like yellow clowns with red white and blue trim
Boavista: orange top on chequerboard kit
LA: vermillion with white centre and black shorts
Loulé: hideous kit with purple fading to yellow, red and white candystripes, red and white shorts. Horrendous.
Palmeiras: classy white with navy trim and sleeves
Portuguese National Team/Liberty Seguros: White with green stripe and lower part red. Sponsored by everybody's favourite insurance firm, whose name, when attached to cycling, can only mean "honesty and integrity".
 

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