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Vuelta a España Alcalá de Guadaíra - Marbella 173.7km

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wow that was fun, and you know I think that was probably way better than even the other best guesses to beat cavendish.. outsiders are such good fun.

was it me or did that seem a long sprint bit of the sprint?
 
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i was hoping Haedo to do better than P14.. Swift did OK for 8.

Cav got beat the other day in Italy so I dont think he's quite on it yet but Well done Hutarovich.
 
Waterloo Sunrise said:
I'm glad I didn't bother watching that, just another tedious Cav win.

I'm glad I didn't bother watching it too, just caught the last few kilometres, and missed Columbia holding the break at a steady distance for 100km of absolutely nothing, just like every vaguely flat day of course. I get it, I should shut up and just sit and enjoy the action as I watch the break's gap tick up from 2'35 to 2'40 and think "does this mean they have more of a chance?". Still, at least they don't have the full strength team here - they've sent that to the Tour of Britain because of the super-difficult parcours and tough competition level they'll face there :rolleyes: