When will Jan Ullrich or Tyler try to cut into Lance's lead?

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Bruiser
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by Bruiser

I understand he's aiming for second, but why not aim for first?

If they all work seperatly then LA will win the next 4 tours.
If they work together then they can wear LA and have a run at 1st.

Sorry, I don't race for second :(

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by Racing Aardvark

Bruiser wrote:I understand he's aiming for second, but why not aim for first?

If they all work seperatly then LA will win the next 4 tours.
If they work together then they can wear LA and have a run at 1st.

Sorry, I don't race for second :(


I'm with ya on this one, Bruiser. :(

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by Adri

Todays stage result might well be the podium in Paris.

1) Lance
2) Ivan
3) Jan

Was nice to see Ullrich in much better form, clearly the Alps suit him better than the Pyrenees.

Tomorrow the "Mother of all TT's" . :wink:
Auribus teneo lupum

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