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Re: The Academy of Cycling
« Reply #420 on: January 27, 2019, 20:11 »
"Giro Watch" will make a return to this thread for 2019. :cool

We can probably ink in a few names already.

Minali and Cimolai - Their presence in the team (along with some lira) no doubt helped secure the wildcard, and as we saw last year with Sbaragli, a lack of form won't necessarily harm your selection. As long as they're not injured, they'll be there.

Hermans and Plaza - The sprinters might get placings, but these two are the best shot at a stage win. Last year only two and a half breaks were successful, but maybe this year it will play out differently.

Two Israelis - It might just be one, but I think two is more likely. I can see Niv getting another shot and then one of either Sagiv or Roy Goldstein.

So that leaves two spots and twenty three riders to fight over them.
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