Tour Down Under - Stage 3: Unley to Stirling, 129km

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Jun 16, 2009
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Ferminal said:
Matthews
Greipel
Goss
Gerrans
Roberts
Ventoso
Gorka
Davis
Kadri

Matthews had a big win - wonder if he had a time gap.
Yes he did, he won easily. Rabobank was on the front and they split the field apart.
 
GC will be:

Goss
Greipel +2s
McEwen +4s
Matthews +4s
Swift +4s
Gerrans et al +14s

Assuming no time gaps on todays sprint.

Matthews has to be a strong contender for the overall now if Rabo think they can beat HTC on Willunga.
 
Ferminal said:
GC will be:

Goss
Greipel +2s
McEwen +4s
Matthews +4s

Assuming no time gaps on todays sprint.

Matthews has to be a strong contender for the overall now if Rabo think they can beat HTC on Willunga.
Swifty will probably be there as well assuming he finished on the same time. He should be equal with McEwen and Matthews.
 
May 11, 2009
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How come cyclingnews "live" comentary is around 30 minutes late?

The TDU is much more interesting than in prior years.
 
Jun 16, 2009
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avanti said:
How come cyclingnews "live" comentary is around 30 minutes late?

The TDU is much more interesting than in prior years.
The only really exciting stage was to Wilunga last year and I doubt it will be as good as that this year.
 
Jul 5, 2009
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Martin318is said:
Actually Robbie was reported as a puncture at 20km to go.
Must've been all the gravel that we like to throw onto our roads, down here. :D

We took out the wrong guy.
 
Jun 16, 2009
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BroDeal said:
Near the end Armstrong probably required him to fetch a water bottle.
HWSNBN was actually working at the front today. I suspect the reason he's doing this race is he realised that one thing he's never experienced is working for someone else on his team. He's even dressed like the rest of the team this time, same helmet and everything except for the black and yellow bike.
 
Jun 16, 2009
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I'm still waiting for Liquigas to to blow this apart... it'll make the jersey I got signed so much more significant if one of them can pull off a stage win. :p
 
Jan 19, 2011
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Fantastic win by Matthews today he won it easily but no time gap. Only seen him race twice (other time at world junior champs) and both times he won and won easily looks a very likely sort!!!
 
Jan 19, 2011
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Ferminal said:
Cav suffered today, and he's now in last overall :(
cav lost some serious time again today but battled through. Youve got to admire his courage because he was unhitched with 30+ km to go. You could tell he was gonna struggle today before the stage when he struggled and grimmaced to get on the bike and ride up to sign on.
 
Jul 30, 2009
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Cav suffered today, and he's now in last overall :(
Why the sad face? He, like the majority are only there for a pre season training ride in the sun.
 

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