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http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/report- ... t-rabobank
Hope it's true as I'd like to see what he can do with guys working for him instead of the other way around.
Edit: Beaten to the punch here....
Think it does deserve it's own thread though
There we go... joins Graham Brown.
I was imagining what would happen if he turned around to become AndrÃ© Greipels lead out man, that could have become very interesting.
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How will Cavendish fare without Renshaw? Next year will be interesting with all the new contracts and teams... Both the GC and Sprint competitions.
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How's Theo Bos going?
You could be on the money there Jean....
http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/raboban ... aw-signing
Note that Bos is very welcoming and the wording from Breukink "who may in addition sprint for his own gain". He'll spend some of his time leading Bos out, but how much ??
Good news for Michael Mathews to have Renshaw on his team. Should be good for his development (I know he has already won some big sprints including a stage of the TDU, but he is young and is still developing)
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I don't think so - Theo Boss is Rabobanks #1 sprinter.
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Hedging there beats, its not clear that he has the legs to win himself yet. If the hope going for my ownwins does'nt work out then he slips back into his lead out man role.
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Could be a good opportunity to prove hes Australias best bet for the Olympics next year. I might be wrong but I think this years worlds is on a flat'ish course so that could be an interesting precursor.
But I think what makes him a great lead out man is that he blocks a large amount of air when hes on the front, hence helping his man behind. And part of the reason no one can follow Cav as he is so compact and low.
Maybe, maybe not, it takes time:
http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/tour-o ... -6/results
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