Thursday, August 19, 2010

A Canadian in Holland

Tuft hold onto the leaders jersey.
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Svein Tuft has held the leaders jersey in this years Eneco Tour for the last three stages. He's the only Canadian rider left since Michael Barry suffered a fracture rib and didn't start stage 2.

A scant three seconds is all that is separating the Canadian from the up and coming & last years winner, Edvald Boasson Hagen. It's precarious for the TT specialist but I applaud him and his Garmin mates for keeping the coveted white jersey.

Tomorrows stage 3 goes cobbles around Ronse, Belgium. That means the riders' will dance on the pave of the Tour of Flanders. That's 16 short, hurtful climbs. It will be exciting as I will follow the stage with support for Tuft & Company. There's the possibility that Tuft will lose his favorite white jersey but then I'm hoping for a Canadian 'take down' in Holland!



Bad luck for Michael Barry...
A fracture rib during the first stage means he's out of the Eneco Tour.
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