Preview: Classics masters set to build foundation in Qatari wind

  • By Gregor Brown
  • Published Jan. 31, 2013
  • Updated Jan. 31, 2013 at 3:28 PM EDT
Strong winds and wide roads mark much of the Tour of Qatar. Photo: Graham Watson |

How to follow in North America and Cycling Weekly contributor Gregor Brown is on the ground in Qatar and will have daily in-depth coverage from the race. We’ll also carry daily photos and results. Follow Brown on Twitter @GregorBrown.

U.S./Canada TV listings:
Will update as available.

Notable social media:
Twitter hashtag: #TourofQatar
Race Twitter: @tourdefrance
Facebook: N/A
Instagram: N/A

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Gregor Brown

Gregor Brown

Bikes kept Gregor Brown out of trouble growing up in Oklahoma — BMX, freestyle and then watching Greg LeMond's Tour de France wins on CBS television's weekend highlights shows. The drama of the 1998 Tour, however, truly drew him into the fold. With a growing curiosity in European races and lifestyle, he followed his heart and established camp on Lake Como's shores in 2004. Brown has been following the Giro, the Tour and every major race in Europe since 2006. He will tell you it is about the "race within the race" – punching out the news and running to finish – but he loves a proper dinner, un piatto tipico ed un vino della zona.

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