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... and it can be watched in the US.

http://videochat.gazzetta.it/index_Tirr ... smo_Libero

Plus, I get commentary in Italian. Is there anything better (rhetorical question). :mrgreen:
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Impressive stage 4 250Km:

Winners:

Peter Sagan wow
Roman Kreuziger getting better well see on the next stage
Vicenzo Nabali might need to take a back seat to Sagan in a few years.
Chris Horner amazing 40 year old
Danilo Di Luca very good form right now

Losers:

Philippe Gilbert
Fabian Cancellara
the BMC team :mrgreen: :-)
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Do y'all have a link to any english Paris-Nice coverage today?? All of the cyclingfans.com links are French..... :beerchug:

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stella-azzurra wrote:Impressive stage 4 250Km:

Winners:

Peter Sagan wow
Roman Kreuziger getting better well see on the next stage
Vicenzo Nabali might need to take a back seat to Sagan in a few years.
Chris Horner amazing 40 year old
Danilo Di Luca very good form right now

Losers:

Philippe Gilbert
Fabian Cancellara
the BMC team :mrgreen: :-)


Yes, Chris Horner looks very impressive.......very good to see him and Levi making waves across the pond. :thumbup:

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The moment I mention Levi, of course he get spit out the back due to a crash.......
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and loose his 3rd podium place :cry:
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btompkins0112 wrote:Do y'all have a link to any english Paris-Nice coverage today?? All of the cyclingfans.com links are French..... :beerchug:


Have you guys heard of Steephill? It is your one stop shopping source for ALL racing video links.

http://www.steephill.tv/

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Cipo not getting off the damn phone :lol: hilarious :lol:

And Stella, how could you not include Cam Meyer in the 'winners' list?

If he can survive the next stage, every chance to pinch the GC in the TT.

Also, Fabian still only 30s off GC. And Gasleak could certainly accommodate Nibali and Sagan in the same team.


Your list makes no sense the more I read it :lol:

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Actually Cipo was asked to stay on the phone. He'll be on the phone again for Monday's stage.

Nibali:
“The agreement was clear: stage win for him, the GC for me. But when I was in front and I was going for the win and Tirreno-Adriatico, he should have respected me and not brought Kreuziger back up to me,” Nibali said. “He should have defended me. And let’s hope that those seconds don’t cost me the race.”

Sagan:
“I waited, but when I saw that Di Luca had jumped, I went,” Sagan said. “I’m sorry for him [Nibali]. Perhaps it would have been better for us if Nibali had won, thinking of the GC as well. On Sunday the summit finish is for him and I will be at his disposal."

Meyer who?


Not this time around buddy.
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Of course hindsight is 20/20 when you wait until after the next stage is run :roll:

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Ok guys, locking this - it was intended as a streaming link post, and is turning into a Tirreno and Paris-Nice thread. Let us shift this conversation to the pro thread.

Thanks.
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