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Stage eight: Who wants the Columbia jersey?

Doesn't anyone want this wonderful Columbia jersey? Heck, I do, but I can't enter the competition. So come on, folks, put your thinking caps on and win this thing!

It's easy enough: you only have to pick today's podium!

But remember, you MUST have ALL THREE top finishers, in the right order!

To enter the competition, all you have to do is register to join the forum (What? You're not a member already?) and then post your top three prediction here. Entries will close when the first rider hits the 20-kilometre to go banner. And remember, only one entry per customer.

The jersey has been signed by the following riders:

Michael Barry (Can)
Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor)
Mark Cavendish (GBr)
Thomas Lövkvist (Swe)
Marco Pinotti (Ita)
Morris Possoni (Ita)
Mark Renshaw (Aus)
Michael Rogers (Aus)
Kanstantsin Siutsou (Blr)

Good luck!


Susan
 
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Pozatto
Visconti
Garzelli

and all 3 are on my fantasy team so if this happens I think i will die of shock :S


ps it's not the milan circuit today is it?
 
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yeay.. my tip has not been taken yet...
garzelli
cunego
di luca

(although my heart would love to see pinnoti win)
 
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so thats all combos of cunega, garzelli, di luca gone by page 2... :D
 
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Alpe d'Huez said:
1. Voight (I'll just keep picking him every day, as you know he's going to win at least one stage sometime!)
2. Barla
3. Gavazzi
I'd say that if you win with such an interesting combination, without the usual suspects everybody (including me) is boringly picking, you deserve not only the signed jersey, but a Team Columbia-High Road Scott bicycle too.