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February 27, 2004

Graham Watson, blogger?

Graham Watson, the best photographer in cycling, has launched a column on his website. It’s not a genuine weblog, but the first edition gives a taste of what we can expect: Regular commentary from someone who gets really up-close and personal with the racers. Watson starts off with what he saw at last week’s Tour of the Algarve, where US Postal’s Floyd Landis took the win, and Lance Armstrong won the time trial:

In new-signing José Azevedo, ’Postal have a more complete, all-round talent, a man who can strengthen the team time trial squad and climb day-in, day-out without major difficulty. Such is the wealth of talent at Bruyneel's disposal this year, that Tour regulars like Viatcheslav Ekimov and Jose Luis Rubiera are not yet guaranteed a ride - it is going to be that tough!

Seen at LanceArmstrong.com.

Posted by Frank Steele on February 27, 2004 in Lance Armstrong 2004 | Permalink


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