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    Official Tour de France - Stage 3 Marseille → La Grande-Motte (196km)

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    I'm trying something new with the current scores. Let me know if you have any problems viewing the document, or if you believe your scores are wrong. It can be found here.

    Stage 3 is the flattest stage so far. Can the Manxman repeat? Will another crash disrupt the finish? This time around, only Ferrar, Cavendish, Hushovd, Feillu, Ciolek, and Arashiro were in the mix. Will Boonen, Freire, Petacchi, et al be near the front?



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    And again, I'll pick Mark Cavendish. Though in this next stage, I may change my mind later to Petacchi...

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    Mark Cavendish!

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    Mark Cavendish.
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    Mark Cavendish.

    It can be found here.
    I tried to look at this, and it asked me to sign in to google docs but then told me that I didn't have permission to look at the file. You might need to look at the "who has access" settings under the "share" menu. Also, many thanks for keeping track of all this!
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    Cavendish

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    Mark Cavendish.
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    Mark Cavendish. I tried to look at the document but its requiring a login or login failed.

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    Sigh....

    Have to go with Mark Cavendish again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ukbloke
    Mark Cavendish.



    I tried to look at this, and it asked me to sign in to google docs but then told me that I didn't have permission to look at the file. You might need to look at the "who has access" settings under the "share" menu. Also, many thanks for keeping track of all this!
    Thanks. I think I fixed it.

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    Cav, 2 days in a row.
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    That leadout today told the tale, Cav's got the team to bring him to the line, Boonen needs better placement to have a chance. I'm still rooting for TylerF.

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    Boo Who?

    It'll be Mark Cavendish.

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    Mark Cavendish again. I have no idea how the finishes of these routes are. If it ever gets wide then someone might give him some trouble, but till then he's going to just ruin this event.
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    Ciolek.

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    I'll take Snowman (aka- Tom Boonen).

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    columbia is just too good...cavendish. again and again.

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    Farrar!

    Hrrrumph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldEndicottHiway
    Farrar!

    Hrrrumph.
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    Now how do we go viral and get P&P to adopt it?

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    Pick

    I'll take Tyler Ferrar again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fredke
    We've got your boy a nickname and a theme song...

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    My, you do live dangerously don't you? Remember: Snap is the nice one

    But Manx Minx - that does have promise...

    We might need a new thread for cyclists' nicknames. "Snowman" for Boonen was pretty good, I thought.
    As I grow older I will remember the first light on the water, my will to win, the strength of my arms and the power of the crew.

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    Mark Cavendish. Seems almost unsportsmanlike, can I double up with Valentino Rossi at Laguna Seca this evening?

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    As much as I dislike him, Cavendish.
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