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Started young, and still going.
Although I am fed up with the stories and antics of the druggies, I am following the Vuelta on Eurosport, although not with the same enthusiasm as in the past.


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Not much interest in it for me really, no GB riders, too many swarthy Spanish types.


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Bourne End, UK
All it did was make me wonder why I bothered subscribing to's premium channel, when they go and set a whole new one up for the Vuelta.


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Eurosport are not consistent when they show the highlights so all I ever get to see is volleyball :biggrin:

Still France v Argentina tonight POW BIFF THWACK
I'm still following the race on Eurosport, but I'm fast-forwarding until 20km or 15km from the end, just to see the lead-outs and the sprints. Roll on more mountains!

The drug stories have not put me off, but the racing (and the countryside) is a little (just a litttle, mind) dull.

I will give the Tour of Poland a miss this year, but I can't wait for the World Championships!


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South Norfolk
I don't seem to be paying much attention to the Vuelta this year as I did the other two grand tours - just look at cyclingnews for the report in the evening, and even that isn't as good as for the Giro and Tour.
I like to sit back with a glass of Rioja or Magno cognac, or a cold bottle of Estrella, with some improvised tapas (cheese sandwich) and watch the race go by on the box.
I prefer the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France, from a 'nature experience point of view', but there's so little cycling available on TV, so I'm happy to watch anything.
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