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A good reminder to wear your sunblock, at least with SPF > 40, to protect against the damaging solar radiation and its inherent carcinogen risk, particularly malignant melanoma!
 

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I am surprised they would let him continue. I have seen some nasty sunburns, but that looks liek ti requires serious medical attention.
 

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Soggy Feed Bag said:
I am surprised they would let him continue. I have seen some nasty sunburns, but that looks liek ti requires serious medical attention.
First off, you are wrong, because MANOLO SAYS NO!

I bet that guy crossed Mr. Saiz somehow, and got the Indian Rub Burn of Death, which spared his legs.

And besdies...all the peloton now is using SPF 45+ EPO. You Americans are soooo behind the curve.
 

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2Fast2Furryious said:
First off, you are wrong, because MANOLO SAYS NO!

I bet that guy crossed Mr. Saiz somehow, and got the Indian Rub Burn of Death, which spared his legs.

And besdies...all the peloton now is using SPF 45+ EPO. You Americans are soooo behind the curve.

MMMM, Ok. Indian burns hurt
 

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what's the stuff tennis players use? I've asked a tennis buddy of mine and he said it had Ti or something metal compound in the lotion. It's far better than most sunscreen but I cant remember the name.


maybe that's what Sanchez is wearing
 

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It's weird though, today's pictures on velonews from the TDU show Sanchez taking a dig, and his arms look fine. Although the angle of the sun and the shadows make it a little hard to tell.
 
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