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la velocidad era impresionante, las caídas se veían venir..

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Contador viene con un pelón en el hombro izq, parece que también se vio afectado en la saca de xuxa!!!!

Jajaja se imaginan si ubiesen dejado la llegada en los 3k ooooooo ahí si que habría sido una verdadera CARNICERÍA!!!!

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tatita Cadel como SIEMPRE bien colocado, en el centro en la tercera o cuarta línea, lejos de las caídas...

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Voy por el canguro shuparuedas!!!

go cadel go!!

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por el atado del bus en la meta, se confirma que se le dará el mismo tiempo de llegada a los corredores que se cayeron

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uuuu

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Solomillo machucado como membrillo colegial!!!! Espero que no lo afecte para continuar el el tour

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Guión de película el final...caídas..bus en la meta...cambio de meta...vuelta a la meta original..buena.

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la raja la weaaa !!!!!!!!! :D



Tremendas caidas, tremendas velocidades....el equipo argos nunca pensoo ni en sueños quedarse con la primera etapa XDDDDDDD

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una lata el incidente al final. Esta llegada pintaba para duelo entre Greipel y Cavendish...y habría sido interesante ver a Sagan disputandole el sprint a eso dos mostros.



...Si el Orica quería publicidad, hoy la tuvo

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Tony Martin con clavícula rota. Increíble la mala cuea que ha tenido Panzerwagen desde que salió campeón del mundo. Le cayó la famosa maldición con todo.

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Clasificación de la 1° Etapa y de la General

GER 1 KITTEL, Marcel (ARGOS-SHIMANO) 4:56:52
NOR 2 KRISTOFF, Alexander (KATUSHA)
NED 3 VAN POPPEL, Danny (VACANSOLEIL-DCM)
GBR 4 MILLAR, David (GARMIN SHARP)
ITA 5 TRENTIN, Matteo (OMEGA PHARMA - QUICK-STEP)
FRA 6 DUMOULIN, Samuel (AG2R LA MONDIALE)
NZL 7 HENDERSON, Greg (LOTTO BELISOL)
BEL 8 ROELANDTS, Jurgen (LOTTO BELISOL)
ESP 9 ROJAS GIL, Jose Joaquin (MOVISTAR TEAM)
BEL 10 BOECKMANS, Kris (VACANSOLEIL-DCM)
RSA 11 IMPEY, Daryl (ORICA GREENEDGE)
BEL 12 VANMARCKE, Sep (BELKIN PRO CYCLING)
FRA 13 SIMON, Julien (SOJASUN)
IRL 14 ROCHE, Nicolas (SAXO-TINKOFF)
AUS 15 GERRANS, Simon (ORICA GREENEDGE)
KAZ 16 KASHECHKIN, Andrey (ASTANA PRO TEAM)
ESP 17 GUTIERREZ PALACIOS, José Ivan (MOVISTAR TEAM)
ESP 18 PEREZ MORENO, Ruben (EUSKALTEL EUSKADI)
SUI 19 ALBASINI, Michael (ORICA GREENEDGE)
BEL 20 WYNANTS, Maarten (BELKIN PRO CYCLING)



El bus, la caída y el sprint final...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmEQgPcspQQ

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Según el comunicado del Saxo, "Solomillo" se habría salvado de percances mayores en la caída de hoy y estaría ok para la salida mañana

.. "Fortunately, Alberto suffered no fractures in today's crash and he'll be on the bike again tomorrow - bruised however."

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Gracias MEN por visita a mis suegros me perdí la primera etapa

Este tour promete

Clasificación de la 1° Etapa y de la General

GER 1 KITTEL, Marcel (ARGOS-SHIMANO) 4:56:52

NOR 2 KRISTOFF, Alexander (KATUSHA)

NED 3 VAN POPPEL, Danny (VACANSOLEIL-DCM)

GBR 4 MILLAR, David (GARMIN SHARP)

ITA 5 TRENTIN, Matteo (OMEGA PHARMA - QUICK-STEP)

FRA 6 DUMOULIN, Samuel (AG2R LA MONDIALE)

NZL 7 HENDERSON, Greg (LOTTO BELISOL)

BEL 8 ROELANDTS, Jurgen (LOTTO BELISOL)

ESP 9 ROJAS GIL, Jose Joaquin (MOVISTAR TEAM)

BEL 10 BOECKMANS, Kris (VACANSOLEIL-DCM)

RSA 11 IMPEY, Daryl (ORICA GREENEDGE)

BEL 12 VANMARCKE, Sep (BELKIN PRO CYCLING)

FRA 13 SIMON, Julien (SOJASUN)

IRL 14 ROCHE, Nicolas (SAXO-TINKOFF)

AUS 15 GERRANS, Simon (ORICA GREENEDGE)

KAZ 16 KASHECHKIN, Andrey (ASTANA PRO TEAM)

ESP 17 GUTIERREZ PALACIOS, José Ivan (MOVISTAR TEAM)

ESP 18 PEREZ MORENO, Ruben (EUSKALTEL EUSKADI)

SUI 19 ALBASINI, Michael (ORICA GREENEDGE)

BEL 20 WYNANTS, Maarten (BELKIN PRO CYCLING)

El bus, la caída y el sprint final...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmEQgPcspQQ

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Las fotelis de rigor...

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Que no sea chileno el chofer por la flauta...........

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Tony Martin con clavícula rota. Increíble la mala cuea que ha tenido Panzerwagen desde que salió campeón del mundo. Le cayó la famosa maldición con todo.

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y así quedó el maillot de Sagan:

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una foto donde se ve lo bajo que estaba el arco de meta:

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a todo esto, hermosa sorpresa nos dio Google hoy:

https://www.google.cl/

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No está claro la continuidad de Tony Martin. Aquí el comunidado del OPQS:

INJURY UPDATE: TONY MARTIN

Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team rider Tony Martin crashed during the final kilometers of Tour de France Stage 1 on Saturday. He finished the race, but after the finish he was transported to the General Hospital of Bastia, where he passed a few examinations. The CT scan excluded fractures.

However, he has a concussion and a contusion on his left lung. He also has soft tissue damages on his hip, chest, left knee and shoulder, and also on his back. Furthermore, he has a very deep wound 5cm wide on his left elbow that reaches his muscles, which causes a lot of pain and a problem moving his arm. Tony Martin will join the rest of the team tonight after today's examinations. Any decision on his participation at the second stage of the Tour de France will be taken after considering how the clinical situation evolves during the night.

OPQS would like to thank the medical service of the Tour de France, as well as the medical staff of the hospital in Bastia for their help and support.

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Así quedo la tricota de Solomillo tras la caída..

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¿Como se viene la segunda etapa?

Un par de puertos, como para avivar una escapada....pero una llegada en plano que imagino los equipos como el OPQS o el Cannondale no querrán desaprovechar

Etapa 2: Media-Montaña: Domingo 30: Bastia – Ajaccio

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Las carreteras corsas son de sobra conocidas para cualquier aficionado a los rallys, y al Rally de Córcega no le llaman el “de las diez mil curvas” por nada. Solo últimamente, gracias al Criterium Internacional, el ciclismo profesional se ha adentrado en este paraíso de carreteras de montaña. Y aquí está el Tour de Francia, visitando por primera vez en su historia la isla, despachando sus montañas con un par de puertos en otra nacional a media etapa camino de Ajaccio.

El Col de Bellagranajo (6,6 km. al 4,6%) y el enlazado del Col de la Serra con el Col de Vizzavona (contado como un único puerto, son 16 km. al 4,4%) darán vida a las escapadas, pero con tanto terreno para reagruparse y recuperar, estarán condenadas a morir. La Cota de Salario (duras rampas por las mismas calles de Ajaccio), está a 12 km de meta y a muchos se les puede atragantar, pero parece insuficiente para evitar un grupo grande en la meta de la Punta de la Parata, ya asomándose a las Islas Sanguinarias

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más fotossssss

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CORVOS_00021591-125.jpg Fans waving the flag of Corsica. It portrays a Moor’s Head in black wearing a white bandana above his eyes. Previously, the bandana covered his eyes. Paoli (Pasquale, former leader who wrote Corsica’s constitution) wanted the bandana moved to above the eyes to symbolise the liberation of the Corsican people.
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CORVOS_00021591-107.jpg The first breakaway of the 2013 TdF consisted of Jerome Cousin (Europcar), Lars Boom (Belkin), Juan José Lobato (Euskaltel-Euskadi), Juan Antonio Flecha (Vacansoleil-DCM) and Cyril Lemoine (Sojasun) who held a maximum of only about three minutes on the bunch.
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CORVOS_00021591-079.jpg The peloton winding its way along the coast from Porto-Vecchio to Bastia
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2N4A1731.jpg Cipo is in Le Hood!
caravan.jpg The media caravan coming through the finish. (Top left): the Ibis Hotels had one of the best ideas by using a front facing gopro camera, and a screen so the fans could see themselves and the road ahead.
2N4A1680.jpg Pat McQuaid made an appearance to the finish and did a few interviews, however he did not want to talk about Brian Cookson.
MG_7948.jpg We were all standing around the finish line when we heard a massive scratch/boom! The Orica-GreenEDGE bus hit the finish line gantry while arriving late to the end of the course. The gantry is lowered after the advertising caravan comes through and I was surprised to see the OGE bus there at this late stage of the race. In a press release, Matt White explained: “The bus was led under the finish gantry, and it we took for granted that there was enough clearance. We’ve had this bus since we started the team, and it’s the same bus we took to the Tour last year. Our bus driver was told to move forward and became lodged under the finish gantry. He followed all instructions in the process that followed thanks to the hard work by ASO that allowed him to remove the bus before the finish. It was the best possible outcome given the situation.” According to reports, GreenEDGE was fined 2000CHF for the incident with the late bus. Jokes aside, it wasn’t GreenEDGE’s fault for the mishap. It was chaos getting accredited vehicles to finish area and lots of miscommunication from the road marshalls.
MG_7962.jpg A tractor came to the rescue and pushed the bus backwards from under the gantry. The riders were only about 3 kilometers away at this point and it was absolute chaos at the finish line.
chaos.jpg After the tractor reversed out from helping the GreenEDGE bus get unstuck, it was complete chaos. Many photographers were not able to get their footage of the finish.
2N4A1710.jpg Riders being called into anti-doping control today: Marcel Kittel (winner, as always) as well as five randoms: Pavel Brutt (102) (Katusha), Daniel Navarro (139) (Cofidis), Hubert Dupont (85) (AG2R), Simon Geschke (196) (Shimano Argos), and Guillaume Levarlet (136) (Cofidis)
photographers.jpg One of the many photo scrums (left) and Veeral’s new lens (right)
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podiumGirls2013.jpg Say hello to the 2013 Tour de France Podium hostesses

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muy buenas las fotos, y la etapa d hoy bastante dura por las caidas, ya mañana veremos un poco de montaña, cosa rara en una segunda etapa!!!!!!

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muy buenas las fotos, y la etapa d hoy bastante dura por las caidas, ya mañana veremos un poco de montaña, cosa rara en una segunda etapa!!!!!!

Si, muy buenas fotos. Notaron que la bici de contador tiene 4 colores? El blanco que es la base y sobre el cual se despliegan 3 colores: rosa (giro), amarillo (tour) y rojo (vuelta)...otros diran que son los colores de la bandera española, pero el rosa no tendría nada que hacer allí en ese caso

Sobre la etapa de hoy, el médico del Omega Pharma - Quick Step ha dado su visto bueno a Tony Martin para que tome la salida en la etapa de hoy. Como sabemos, ayer acabó en el hospital con traumatismo cráneo-encefálico y multitud de abrasiones por todo el cuerpo, pero con nada roto.....pero si como membrillo.

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