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Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey 2024, 21st to 28th April

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Good win for Van den Broeck & DSM - having a good tour of Turkey (4 stage wins) . Kudus showed his old team Astana what they're missing now, and Double looked to have gear problems but did n't have a sprint left anyway.
2 guys from Terengganu in the top 4 of GC- chapeau!:)
 
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Why does this race have so many stages? It's ridiculous.
It's to distract people from all the to-ing and fro-ing of the top guys to altitude. Of course that and the hot topics in figure skating!

Any who ... we've had our GC stage now it's time for another sprint stage. Saturday's stage 7 is from Cesme to Izmir, 125.4 km, start at 10.35 CET and TV from 11.30 CET
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Finish is flater then flat so will Cav finally get his win here? There was a similar stage in 2022 and Philipsen won a bunch sprint. Apart from doing a 180 around a roundabout with 1.5 km to go, it looks pretty straightforward.
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