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Giro d'Italia 2020



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The graphics towards the end that showed the first 10 or so in the standings...followed by a list of 10......wait for it....open water swimmers  (with wrong flags, and at least two names being in the

Good to see Josip Rumac entered. Our first GT rider in a while.   I saw him couple of times, riding around my hometown.

Indeed, races should only be held in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, all almost covid free thanks to their self-disciplines. Let's just scrap races in this mafia driven country , I'm boycotting them

WTF, completely missed it because work (stopped watching as soon as they finished), but a helicopter blew a fence over the road, knocking down Etienne van Empel and Luca Wackermann who were hit hard :yikes: Van Empel finished, Wackermann didn't and even if he did, not even remembering that you're in the Giro is a rather clear sign you're not going to get on the bike tomorrow.

 

 

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14 hours ago, heywoodu said:

WTF, completely missed it because work (stopped watching as soon as they finished), but a helicopter blew a fence over the road, knocking down Etienne van Empel and Luca Wackermann who were hit hard :yikes: Van Empel finished, Wackermann didn't and even if he did, not even remembering that you're in the Giro is a rather clear sign you're not going to get on the bike tomorrow.

 

 

More details here - it was a real mess-up.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cycling/54441571

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The state of the roads both old and new in Calabria certainly offering plenty proof to the rumours that the whole area is controlled by the Mafia.  :mumble:
 

Very impressed by Filippo Ganna at the moment.  In a breakaway contending to be first over the top of the climb - great chance of a stage win with a long descent to come.  :thumbup:

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Commentator to co-commentator Karsten Kroon: "I'm getting an interesting bit of statistics Karsten, do you know who the last cyclist is to lead the King of the Mountains classification in all three Grand Tours, something Thomas de Gendt could reach today?"

 

Kroon: "Uhm, no?"

 

Commentator: "You're not going to believe it."

 

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Kroon: "Huh. Well then I hope De Gendt won't make it :)"

 

:p 

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