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Anthony Tan's Giro reports

May 17, 2009
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I know that I read Anthony's name some times before on cyclingnews but it's only now that I notice how great and insightful his reports of those Giro stages are. Shame on me!
Even after watching these stages live it's definitely worth waiting for and reading his resumes that can for some good reason appear only hours after the finish.

I would be thrilled if he could find out what the participants in stage's 8 "dangerous" break (Rogers, Levi, Horner, EBH ...) think why it didn't work out. Imagine what would have happened if these guys had really joined forces. They definitely had the firepower to rip this race apart and they already had nearly a minute coming over the Gallo.

Keep up the great work!
 
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I agree. Anthony Tan's write ups are brilliant. He captures the emotion of each stage. Is he signed up for the Tour de France? If not do it now!
 
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flyingporkpies said:
I agree. Anthony Tan's write ups are brilliant. He captures the emotion of each stage. Is he signed up for the Tour de France? If not do it now!

Our Tour de France planning starts in the next week or so, so I'm sure your comments will be taken on board :)

Cheers
Greg Johnson
 

Daniel Benson

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Hi All,

Thanks for your praise for Anthony's reports. In case you weren't aware Anthony used to work for CN many moons ago but it's been a pleasure to welcome him back into the fold for this year's Giro. He was quite sick at the start of the race but like a true CN trooper he soldiered on. I'll be sure to pass on your kind words.

Thanks

Daniel