Thursday, July 17, 2008

Time-out

I know I couldn't possibly have timed it any worse, but I'll likely not be able to update the blog for a few days. I'm going to Italy (no, not to see the Prato Nevoso stage) on vacation, but I'll be back by Thursday. There's supposed to be a wireless internett connection where we'll stay, but I can't guarantee it'll work. Maybe I'll update it, maybe not. I'll be doing it if I can though rest assured. If not, see you all on Thursday!

8 comments:

arnout said...

Well, just enjoy your holidays, you deserve it! Though I like it when you can update your blog of course :P

Anonymous said...

Yeah, just make sure you enjoy your holiday.

Mike

Bolsen3 said...

Man, so close for Egoi today! I was sure he would win when he attacked the first time, he looked as the strongest one at that point! But all credit to Gerrans, he fought well to keep up with the pace...

arnout said...

I was sure Martinez would win 50 kilometers for the finish. And he was the strongest, if he only did keep the pace high in the last kilometers he would have won. If he only attacked another time with 1 kilometer to go he would have won. Man, I am so sad... :(

Monika said...

When I saw that the last meters were flat, I already knew that Egoi would not be able to win... what a pity!!!

Anonymous said...

fantastic ride by Samu today to get second on Alpe d'Huez.

two more chances for a stage win - realistically more in hope than expectation - the other boys in orange don't really seem to have the legs at the moment and the leaders' teams won't let Samu go.

arnout said...

I say Verdugo. Watch for him, he is good again. 25th on l'Alpe, where he was in the last group in the Pyrennees. And I guess he wants to take revenge. Aupa Gorka! And of course watch for Amets!

Bolsen3 said...

Great ride by Samu! He really knows his body, a lot of riders would try to keep with the favorites from the start and then explode later, but not Samu, he's truly a master of keeping the right pace!

 

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