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Three Days of De Panne

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Mar 18, 2009
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auscyclefan94 said:
main riders: Bennati, Chicchi, Gilbert, Hoste, Roelandts, Bak, Grabsch, Devolder, Davis, Gasparotto, Pozzato, mcewen, farrar, maaskaant, millar, van summeren, ballan, kroon, traksel, felliu, bozic, paolini, bonnett, keukeliere, vanmarcke.

make your pick.......

I'd throw van Hummel into that list...he is coming into form..but been working for teamates in other races...maybe though.
 
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First time I have had sight of Stijn Devolder since, well, the Tour of Flanders last year.

David Millar is in the right move at the right time, you have to figure the other guys in that group will try to put some distance on him if they want to win the GC.
 
Mellow Velo said:
The old green geezer has made it into the top group.
Gotta love Rambo :D

Interesting group. Liquigas is crazy strong. Three guys up there today, and with both Bennati and dall'Antonia it's looking good for the stage win. Watch out for Gasparotto, though. He's been quite impressive the last couple of weeks. An attack on the last hill?

First of all they have to catch the other old green geezer, Scheirlinckx.
 
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The front group of seven has started to work together now, they have got a good gap and the guys behind are attacking each other. This looks like being the move.

I think Millar has ridden a very canny race today, if he can stay with these guys to the finish today he'll be looking very good to take the GC.
 
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Oss and Paolini are both skipping turns. I don't really know who I'd back in a sprint out of this group but those two should be in with a shout.
 

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