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The official Great Bauke Mollema thread

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theyoungest said:
Top-10 for either Mollema, Ten Dam, or both of them, would be a fantastic result. Of course the Dutchies already took to the streets in jubilation, but realistically you could already see that they're not among the 4 or 5 strongest climbers in this Tour.

Exactly this, he can still finish 6th wich would be a fantastic result for him.
 
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Pippo_San said:

I was expecting before the Tour he would end up somewhere between 6th and 9th. And he's been holding 2nd for a long time this Tour and only today fell off the podium, and yet still is in 4th. He's not failing at all, but doing much better then expected.
 
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Today and yesterday were perfect examples that Mollema still has a lot to learn about being a leader in the most crucial stages in the biggest race of the year.

He's still a world apart from Froome and Purito.
 
Dekker_Tifosi said:
Hey not everyone has acces to blood bags on monday :eek:

j/k

Besides Mollema will still finish 7th.

tomorrow it's the judgement day

madeleine is more than one hour climb with absolutely no place to hide

i think there is big chance both of them will lose more than 10 minutes if they arrive at the start of the stage in this kind of form
 

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