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    TDF

    Anyone watching?

    Cavendish just been smashed into the barriers by Sagan on the sprint to the finish this afternoon - pretty horrible crash

    Been so many crashes in the first week already
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    Re: TDF

    Horrible crash

    Mark back in the day I feel would have been pushing back against Sagan there, he kind of just took the hit and was ready to crash.



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    Re: TDF

    Sounds like nothings broken for Cavendish at least

    Sagan rumoured to have been fined, penalised 30 seconds and 80 green jersey points it seems. Lucky to still be in the race for me
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    Re: TDF

    I feel sorry for the guy behind Cav....went straight over Cav's front wheel as if a broom was shoved between his spokes...
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    Re: TDF

    Sagan DQd
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    Re: TDF

    Quote Originally Posted by Imurg View Post
    Sagan DQd
    good, deserved to be for me, albeit i expect theres an appeal to get through before tomorrow
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    Re: TDF

    I am watching the highlights at 7pm so am desperately not trying to find out what happened today. You bas&^&%s..

    Shame as Sagan was my favourite up to yesterday.

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    Re: TDF

    Quote Originally Posted by Hacker Khan View Post
    I am watching the highlights at 7pm so am desperately not trying to find out what happened today. You bas&^&%s..

    Shame as Sagan was my favourite up to yesterday.
    cant have been trying that hard if you opened a thread labelled TDF!!!! (sorry for spoiling )
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    Re: TDF

    Cav was in a fantastic position to win and I feel he will retire from the race and not start tomorrow.

    As Cav said its racing but wanted clarification on the elbow, but imo its racing.
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    Re: TDF

    The cynic in me thinks this might be an 'easy out' for the organisers. I like Sagan a lot, a real character, but the way he just rode away from everybody yesterday reminded me a bit too much of Armstrong in his 'clean' days.

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