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Gallery: Procycling Season Review 2012 now available

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Mark Cavendish was in high demand at the Tour of Qatar

Mark Cavendish was in high demand at the Tour of Qatar
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Procycling Season Review 2012

Procycling Season Review 2012
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Dwars Door Vlaanderen podium: Chavanel, de Kort and Terpstra celebrate

Dwars Door Vlaanderen podium: Chavanel, de Kort and Terpstra celebrate
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Chris Froome gives the press something to write about at the Tour when he distances race leader and teammate Bradley Wiggins

Chris Froome gives the press something to write about at the Tour when he distances race leader and teammate Bradley Wiggins
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Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky) seals victory in the Tour de France with a commanding ride in the final time trial

Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky) seals victory in the Tour de France with a commanding ride in the final time trial
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The peloton race towards Victor Harbor on stage three of the Tour down Under

The peloton race towards Victor Harbor on stage three of the Tour down Under
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Mark Cavendish (Team Sky) used the Tour of Oman to prepare for Milan San Remo

Mark Cavendish (Team Sky) used the Tour of Oman to prepare for Milan San Remo
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Strong winds at the Tour of Qatar lead to a number of heavy crashes. This one involved Jens Debusschere

Strong winds at the Tour of Qatar lead to a number of heavy crashes. This one involved Jens Debusschere
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Over the Moses: At the Tour of Romandie the peloton climb over the Col de Moses

Over the Moses: At the Tour of Romandie the peloton climb over the Col de Moses
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Rabobank's Luis Leon Sanchez loses out to Bradley Wiggins in the time trial at the Tour of Romandie

Rabobank's Luis Leon Sanchez loses out to Bradley Wiggins in the time trial at the Tour of Romandie
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Tim de Waele's motorbike driver Kim Tiebergyn take the opportunity to cool off at the Vuelta

Tim de Waele's motorbike driver Kim Tiebergyn take the opportunity to cool off at the Vuelta
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On the road to Jaca at the Vuelta and the peloton have to deal with 40 degree heat

On the road to Jaca at the Vuelta and the peloton have to deal with 40 degree heat
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The pre-Vuelta contenders included Chris Froome, Contador, Rodriguez and Valverde but by the end of the race the Spanish trio proved too much for the Sky rider

The pre-Vuelta contenders included Chris Froome, Contador, Rodriguez and Valverde but by the end of the race the Spanish trio proved too much for the Sky rider
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Bola del Mundo and Steve Cummings takes one on the head from the man with the hammer

Bola del Mundo and Steve Cummings takes one on the head from the man with the hammer
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Despite a rocky year Tony Martin (Germany) was back to his best at the Worlds. He caught Alberto Contador (Spain) and then took his second world title

Despite a rocky year Tony Martin (Germany) was back to his best at the Worlds. He caught Alberto Contador (Spain) and then took his second world title
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American flyer: Taylor Phinney on his way to silver in the men's time trial at the Worlds

American flyer: Taylor Phinney on his way to silver in the men's time trial at the Worlds
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Crash on the Cauberg: A touch of wheels on the second lap during the women's road race led to this crash

Crash on the Cauberg: A touch of wheels on the second lap during the women's road race led to this crash
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The home crowd, the form and the course all pointed to a Marianne Vos win and the rider didn't let the home crowd down with a stunning win in the women's worlds road race

The home crowd, the form and the course all pointed to a Marianne Vos win and the rider didn't let the home crowd down with a stunning win in the women's worlds road race
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Vincenzo Nibali was Sky's most dangerous rival and tested Wiggins and Froome with his fearless descending

Vincenzo Nibali was Sky's most dangerous rival and tested Wiggins and Froome with his fearless descending
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Thomas Voeckler spent the first week of the Tour recovering from injury but turned his race around in the mountains

Thomas Voeckler spent the first week of the Tour recovering from injury but turned his race around in the mountains
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On the deck: Koen de Kort crashed on the descent of the Boignesberg in E3

On the deck: Koen de Kort crashed on the descent of the Boignesberg in E3
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Stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia and race leader Taylor Phinney finds himself on the tarmac after a high-speed crash.

Stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia and race leader Taylor Phinney finds himself on the tarmac after a high-speed crash.
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Taking a tow: Giro leader Ryder Hesjedal and teammate Jack Bauer have a problem when the Canadian's arm warmers are caught up in Bauer's bike

Taking a tow: Giro leader Ryder Hesjedal and teammate Jack Bauer have a problem when the Canadian's arm warmers are caught up in Bauer's bike
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Ryder Hesjedal (Garmin) on his way to the overall win in the Giro d'Italia

Ryder Hesjedal (Garmin) on his way to the overall win in the Giro d'Italia
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Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma Quick Step) puts the hammer down in Het Nieuwsblad but is about to be caught by Sep Vanmarcke and Flecha. The three will stay away until the finish with Vanmarcke taking the biggest win of his career so far

Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma Quick Step) puts the hammer down in Het Nieuwsblad but is about to be caught by Sep Vanmarcke and Flecha. The three will stay away until the finish with Vanmarcke taking the biggest win of his career so far
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Sep Vanmarcke (Garmin) attempts to break clear in a thrilling Het Nieuwsblad

Sep Vanmarcke (Garmin) attempts to break clear in a thrilling Het Nieuwsblad
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Got the edge: Simon Gerrans (GreenEdge) showed he was the smartest rider in the pack by outfoxing Nibali and Cancellara to win Milan San Remo

Got the edge: Simon Gerrans (GreenEdge) showed he was the smartest rider in the pack by outfoxing Nibali and Cancellara to win Milan San Remo
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 Alexandr Vinokourov goes out with a bang, ending his long and career with a win in the Olympic road race

Alexandr Vinokourov goes out with a bang, ending his long and career with a win in the Olympic road race
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Fabian Cancellara looked on course for a strong finish in the Olympic road race but crashed out. The injuries ruined his chance of a medal in the time trial

Fabian Cancellara looked on course for a strong finish in the Olympic road race but crashed out. The injuries ruined his chance of a medal in the time trial
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Mark Cavendish talked about his Olympic dreams all year but Great Britain were made to pay when a large group blew them away in the road race

Mark Cavendish talked about his Olympic dreams all year but Great Britain were made to pay when a large group blew them away in the road race
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Anyone who doubted the excitement of women's racing need only watch the Olympic road race. Vos came out on top in one of the best events of the year

Anyone who doubted the excitement of women's racing need only watch the Olympic road race. Vos came out on top in one of the best events of the year
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Paris-Roubaix: With Cancellara out Boonen became the outright favourite and his vice-grip on the Belgian Classics continued with a powerful display

Paris-Roubaix: With Cancellara out Boonen became the outright favourite and his vice-grip on the Belgian Classics continued with a powerful display
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Astana's Enrcio Gasparotto sets the pace at Tirreno-Adriatico

Astana's Enrcio Gasparotto sets the pace at Tirreno-Adriatico
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Joaquim Rodriguez (Katusha) climbs with Samuel Sanchez (Euskaltel) at the Tour of the Basque country

Joaquim Rodriguez (Katusha) climbs with Samuel Sanchez (Euskaltel) at the Tour of the Basque country
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Incredible Hulk: Peter Sagan set the Tour alight with three stage wins and the green jersey win

Incredible Hulk: Peter Sagan set the Tour alight with three stage wins and the green jersey win
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Pierrick Fedrigo puts Christian Vande Velde to the sword in Pau during the Tour de France

Pierrick Fedrigo puts Christian Vande Velde to the sword in Pau during the Tour de France
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Head down: The moment Gilbert (Belgium) danced away from the best riders in the world to win his first rainbow jersey.

Head down: The moment Gilbert (Belgium) danced away from the best riders in the world to win his first rainbow jersey.
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Photographer Tim De Waele presents the 2012 cycling season in his unique way, with the “Procycling Season Review 2012”, now available for purchase online.

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