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TdF official thread: Stage 3 Marseille-Grand Motte (196.0km)

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Fantastic, I'm laughing my *** of.... Sooooo AC might loose the gap he had^^

What will go through AC's head now? The mind games.. the mind games ^^
 
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Well this proves that the little Astana jersey on the bottom of the Versus screen is telling us where Lance is. It's showing on the first group and I'm sure it's not for Klodi.
 
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Columbia will pay for this effort tomorrow. None of the GT contenders except Kirchen and Armstrong are there- poursuivants will surely catch 'em.
 
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One of the Dutch commentators reckons that this demonstrates the split within Astana because Lance should have 'warned' AC, the other one said that Lance was simply showing his experience in reading the race and paying proper attention, which AC was not doing. They're still arguing. :D
 
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Well, I give Lance credit. Rarely if ever has he missed something like that. None of the Astana riders are pulling however. Garmin pulling and they are not too far off.
 
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One of the Dutch commentators reckons that this demonstrates the split within Astana because Lance should have 'warned' AC, the other one said that Lance was simply showing his experience in reading the race and paying proper attention, which AC was not doing. They're still arguing. :D

Contador should have been GLUED to Lance's wheel. Also, it isn't like this was a surprise to ANYONE. Contador's fault. Looks like they might get caught.

Lance was just on the mic. Looks like the HP is fading a bit in the break.
 
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Contador should have learned at Paris Nice, where Rabo blew it apart in wind. The Dutch can do it. That and hunger knocks can beat him.
 
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Now Astana starts to pull. OK, that is confirmation that Contador will have to win by himself.