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Libertine Seguros said:
Ventoso wins the sprint from that group, in a result as unexpected as the results of the investigation into bears' preferred places for defecation.
Not true, Ventoso jumped from the group and got slightly clear from the peloton, Pacheco 2nd, Koldo Fernandez 3rd
 
SantiBotero said:
Not true, Ventoso jumped from the group and got slightly clear from the peloton, Pacheco 2nd, Koldo Fernandez 3rd
Just meaning that Ventoso being the fastest of the three was not exactly surprising. Movistar would never pull the péloton with Ventoso off the front, as of course they'd trust him to outsprint Mancebo and Pacheco (though Pacheco isn't slow).
 
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Luxembourg:

1. Laurent Didier (RSNT)
2. Ben Gastauer (AG2R)
3. Fränk Schleck

u23:

1. Alex Kirsch (LEO)

Amateurs:

1. Christian Helmig (Elbowz Racing)
 
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Dekker_Tifosi said:
Because he couldn't. Look at Gilbert he isn't gaining much time either. Boonen immediately gained 40 seconds when he attacked...
He wasn't near the front, I'm sure he could follow the group that chased boonen if he was at the right place.
 
Libertine Seguros said:
Just meaning that Ventoso being the fastest of the three was not exactly surprising. Movistar would never pull the péloton with Ventoso off the front, as of course they'd trust him to outsprint Mancebo and Pacheco (though Pacheco isn't slow).
Yes, but my point is that Euskatel chased and caught them, simply Ventoso was strong enough to have another go
 

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