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Old 07-07-06, 12:02 PM   #1
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5th American to wear Yellow tommorrow?

Floyd Landis, Bobby Julich, and Levi Leipheimer all have a shot to become the 5th american to wear the Maillot Juane after tommorow's TT. Add in Hincapie and Zabriskie, and there 5 americans that have an actual shot to be in the race lead after the first TT, whoever thought that would happen.
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Hincapie is poised to win tomorrow. He has had a relatively easy and smart week of riding thanks to a great team.
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Levi has little to no chance to be in yellow tomorrow.
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I'd go with George for another 2-day stint in yellow from tomorrow!
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I agree with the above, Levi has no chance tomorrow of grabbing the yellow.
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Michael Rogers is ahead in GC, and is the reigning TT world champion. Is there a reason he shouldn't be favored for tommorow? What kind of race is the world TT championship?
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well Floyd didn't pull it off, but he got himself wel positioned
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Bye Bye Levi
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