Giro d'italia Stage 21: Torino – Milano 178 kms

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GuyIncognito said:
Immitating Boonen.....by which I mean Nizzolo winning the points without winning any stages
Pretty big win for Trek... too bad for Nizzolo that he didn't get a stage win, but he was consistent in his finishes. Last year he was already 2nd in the points classification behind Bouhanni, this year there was no dominating sprinter... congrats
 
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Finally a fun stage to watch. Congrats to Iljo. When I saw him and Turbo Durbo out there I knew they had a good chance.
 

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TheGreenMonkey said:
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Congratulations Alberto Contador on winning the 2015 Giro and adding a 7th Grand Tour to your list of victories
9th. Just ask Alberto.
Don't start this ****.
Well actually you started it :p
I just congratulated your hero on winning the Giro, isn't that enough for you?
Do you always bait at the end of a race that didn't go your way?
 
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Bye Bye Bicycle said:
Another sign that the teams don't really care about this race. In July the sprinter teams would never ever throw away a stage win like this. I mean, this is more like Tour of Turkey then a Grand Tour...
That's absurd. The sprinter teams didn't throw it away - Keisse and Durbridge beat them fair and square.

It wasn't a matter of miscalculation. It was a matter of an already shattered field being kept at bay by two superb rouleurs.
 
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Bye Bye Bicycle said:
Another sign that the teams don't really care about this race. In July the sprinter teams would never ever throw away a stage win like this. I mean, this is more like Tour of Turkey then a Grand Tour...
Tell that to Vino :p
 

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