Early Season Races 2012 [R]

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  1. Dead Fingers

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  3. Twenty26Six

    Twenty26Six Feeling Sheepish...

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    Congrats to Simon Gerrans for winning the Santos Tour Down Under. I really liked the Willunga Hill finish.
  6. Dead Fingers

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    Tour of Qatar in a couple days. Greipel looks to be out, due to illness.
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    Boonen takes first stage. Cav has had a fever, but did start and finish the stage.
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    Qatar: Stage 2: TTT

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/tour-of-qatar-2012/stage-2-ttt/results
    Boonen keeps lead, Farrar up to second

    Garmin-Barracuda won the season's opening team time trial at the Tour of Qatar, beating Omega Pharma Quick Step and Team Sky over the 11.3 kilometre course.

    The win for Garmin moves Tyler Farrar into second place on GC, but overnight leader Tom Boonen keeps his yellow jersey.
  9. Dead Fingers

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    Boonen takes another stage and maintains the leaders jersey in Qatar.
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    *yawn
    Cav wins his second of Qatar. Boonen maintains lead.
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    Boonen wins the TdQatar. Good early form. Injuries may be past him.

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