Klasika Donostia / Clasica San Sebastian

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  1. DiabloScott

    DiabloScott New Member

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    Haven't heard from Bettini since the Giro.
    Verbrugge and E. Dekker have both done well in this race in the past and are on form now.

    My money's on Pereiro but I haven't even seen a start list.
     
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  2. MJtje

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    Boogerd.......?



     
  3. MJtje

    MJtje New Member

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    That is ofcourse for 2nd place:p



     
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    2nd - that is so 2004... This year he seems to be concentrating on the 3rd's:) - the new 2nd!!
     
  5. Eldrack

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    I'm voting for either Vino (by a breakaway) or Hincapie (stronger sprint that most people who can climb).
     
  6. DiabloScott

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    I see now Valverde is on the provisional start list - if he's feeling good he'll make the selection.
     
  7. MJtje

    MJtje New Member

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    HUH are u sure.....today procycling said he won't compete in the vuelta because of tendonitis.......so me thinks no clasica for him!

    http://www.procycling.com/news.aspx?ID=1534

    And Boogerd also won't compete, because he still suffers from a crash that happened during the eneco tour........he'll be ready again for lombardy to get 2nd/3rd for the #$&$*(%((%& time!

    Maybe dekker like 2000......vino.....who knows...




     
  8. Powerful Pete

    Powerful Pete New Member

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    My money is on Bettini and Di Luca. :)
     
  9. Roadrash Dunc

    Roadrash Dunc New Member

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    Vino and DDL in the top 5 has to be a good bet (doh Vino is out though)
    Dont discount Oscar Pereiro , a Spaniard must feature and he showed good form recently and may try to attack from far out.
    (i see Diablo already picked Pereiro doh!)

    Julich and Basso have a rich vein of form too!
     
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    I'm voting for Chris Horner or one of his Saunier teammates, then maybe Rebellin, or Mazzoleni. Maybe even Zaballa!!
     
  11. MJtje

    MJtje New Member

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    Wow........must be great reading it from cyclingnews huh:D Ah well better then watching it.........it was boring.......! Saunier played it very well with 2 men in the break-away.........



     
  12. Roadrash Dunc

    Roadrash Dunc New Member

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    The big guns misfired :confused:
     
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