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Who Do You think will win the 2010 Tour De France?Contador.Schleck.Menchov

  1. ross670daw profile image70
    ross670dawposted 7 years ago

    Who Do You think will win the 2010 Tour De
    France?Contador.Schleck.Menchov

    An exciting Tour de France is unfolding. Currently Andy Schleck is leading Alberto Contador by 31 secs after stage 13, they have a few minutes lead over other contenders for the overall clasification. As the tour enters the Pyrnees, each stage gets more exciting. Lance Armstrong is all but done for in this, his last attempt, with him and Caddell Evans seemingly out of contention, who do you believe has the endurance and capability to get to Paris with the yellow jersey. Even if you do not follow cycling, or even know any of the riders, show your support for your countries representative.

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    harryhamp276posted 7 years ago

    Lance Edward Armstrong (born September 18, 1971) is an American professional road racing cyclist who is best known for winning the Tour de France a record seven consecutive times, after having survived testicular cancer. He is also the founder and chairman of the Lance Armstrong Foundation for cancer research and support. He currently rides for UCI ProTour team Team RadioShack.

  3. lt86 profile image55
    lt86posted 7 years ago

    I think it is only between Schleck and Contador.

    I think Contador will win, it wil definately only be him or Schleck, all the others were shown to be out of it after yesterday's climb.

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    tragedposted 7 years ago

    I am pretty sure that Contador will win again....

  5. ross670daw profile image70
    ross670dawposted 7 years ago

    @It86 Your right, yesterdays climb really sorted out the chaff from the hay, Alberto Contador has the form and wins under his belt, and only 31 secs to make up. @traged While Andy Schleck seems very nervous and anxious wearing the yellow jersey. Did you see how they were just playing out their own game during the final stages of the climb, not even bothering to respond to other leading riders getting away from them?

  6. Nick B profile image81
    Nick Bposted 7 years ago

    Schleck, definitely.

    HarryHamp - As far as Lance Armstrong is concerned, he's got about as much chance as a snowball in Hades. He's off form and getting more depressed by the day.

    Contador is capable, but I think Andy has the edge...

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