- Mar 27, 2012
Stage 1: 1. Bos, 2. Coquard, 3. Guardini, 4. Von Hoff, 5. Keough, 6. Ilesic, 7. Manan, 8. Chicchi, 9. Nateghi, 10. Richeze
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There was a sharp right hander 300 m before the finish, Brown and Bos already had a gap on the field there.18-Valve. (pithy) said:Damn. It seems like Guardini is going backwards.
Ryo Hazuki said:
Vino attacks everyone said:Overrated? noone has ever said (?) that he would be the best sprinter in the world, but when you beat Cav, everyone understands that your potesial speed is quite huge
Waterloo Sunrise said:Don't see much reason to expect Bos to dominate.
Nothing about being inconsistent and unable to position yourself means you won't win comfortably from time to time.
Bos also isn't that inconsistent, Waterloo Sunrise probably wouldn't know looking only at Cav, but if Bos is in a good position at 200 m to go he's always a threat.Dekker_Tifosi said:Apart from Mallorca he has been pretty consistent placing himself this year... besides, the competition is not hard enough to disrupt sprint preparation. And cosidering Bos already won 7 times last year must mean he's getting much better at placing himself
Dazed and Confused said:Perhaps Koldo should consider going back to Eus.
Ain't a lot of internal sprinter competition on the team.
MADRAZO said:Dont forget they have signed Schulze, Serebryakov, Lobato, Kocjan, Radochla and Aberasturi this season so they should have more than enough mediocre sprinters batling already.