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THE GIRO NEEDS TO LEARN FROM OTHERS ON SAFETY

he issue of safety seems to keep cropping up at this Giro. First there were the issues in the opening time trial, then in the last week we’ve had two more incidents. The first involved the advertising barriers on stage

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