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  1. #31
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    Who I want to win : Ivan the Lovely
    Who I think will win : Ivan the lovely
    Who simply must win and get a place in the history books for taking the Giro/ Tour double : Ivan the Lovely

    Winner of the Green jersey : Tommy Boonen
    Winner of the Polka dots : Mickael Rasmussen

    Podium places for: Alejandro Valverde
    Alexandre Vinokourov

    I am so excited....

  2. #32
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    Winners might be.......... Landis, Hincapie, Azevedo.... I'd thought perhaps Basso, too --- but, he won't be participating....

    Denise.
    Last edited by Denise223; 06-30-2006 at 06:44 AM.

  3. #33
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    Well ... with several of the big favorites (and a whole bunch of wannabes) suspended, it's pretty wide open. I'm not even sure if I know any names of those who are left, except for Thor Hushovd. So I'll guess Hushovd. Not that he has much of a chance. He's not a climber. But if he does win I'll get outsiders' odds.
    Half-marathon over. Sabbatical year over. It's back to "sacking shirt and oat cakes" as they say here.

  4. #34
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    Even though he's not one of my favs, Landis. Yesterday I would have said Basso.

    On an aside did you guys read the Dave Z. interview of Floyd in this month's bicycling? Pretty entertaining.
    "Only the meek get pinched, the bold survive"

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    Betagirl, I got the magazine yesterday & started reading it... got some funny looks from co-workers when I started giggling... Dumb and Dumber indeed!
    "The bicycle was the first machine to redefine successfully the notion of what is feminine. The bicycle came to symbolize something very precious to women - their independence."—Sally Fox

  6. #36
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    I am going to have to say Vino or Landis now.

    Yesterday, I read that article in Bicycling. It was entertaining and interesting.
    Life is like riding a bicycle. To stay balanced, one must keep moving. - Albert Einstein

    In all of living, have much fun and laughter. Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured. -Gordon B. Hinckley

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lifesgreat
    I am going to have to say Vino or Landis now.
    Unfortunately, you're going to have to narrow that choice, Lifesgreat. Astana-Wurth seems to be out entirely. Even though Vino's not implicated, Astana (Liberty-Seguros) apparently had more riders connected to this mess than any other team. Unless he can skip teams overnight, Vino's out of contention, which means we miss the drama of his great attacks.

 

 

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