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I admit, we're spoiled


I thought I'd show you what an average (popular) newspaper looks like around here in the days leading up to the Ronde. I know cycling is only a minor sport in most countries, but around here, it's the second biggest sport - yes football is still bigger- and that becomes pretty obvious when you grab a newspaper.

We'll start off with the front page. Cycling above and below the fold:

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This is the first page of the sports section:

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Sagan v Cancellara is the main story:

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Summie analyzes the hills:

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An article on Vandenbergh and the rest of OPQS:

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David Boucher explains the secrets behind the early break in de Ronde:

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A report of the Driedaagse:

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.. and the back cover with Tombo:

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Iljo's the main story in the regional sports pages:

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And Het Nieuwsblad/De Gentenaar/Sportwereld also had a pretty cool coffee table magazine today...for free (see the making of here):

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with beautiful pictures:

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Great stories:

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Roger:

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and the memorable Jesper Skibby incident:

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How many pages?

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Only in Belgium!

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