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10 May 2018 17:28

DNP-Old wrote:The boy's in white!

(i think)



He is in white.
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12 May 2018 15:17

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12 May 2018 16:21

Fantastic. Happy for him.

Now lets see what comes next.
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12 May 2018 16:44

Looking forward to his performance on the Zoncolan.
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13 May 2018 07:11

He made the frontpage in all of the Ecuadorian newspapers, this is huge.

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13 May 2018 07:15

Nice to have been on the wagon, at least when he jioned Movistar in late 2016. :D Reminded me a bit of how Yates how away on Etna, he is an explosive type of climber so maybe this will be his bread and butter, attacking with 1-1,5 k to go.
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13 May 2018 07:48

It's also a different type of climb to how he's cut his teeth so far, preferring steeper ascents, so getting away on a 5% tempo grinder is a new thing for him even if it's mainly as he isn't marked too tightly (yet).
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13 May 2018 09:01

The greatest Ecuadorian cyclist of all time!
La fatica in montagna per me è poesia (Fatigue in the mountains is poetry to me) - Marco Pantani
Van een ezel kunt ge geen koerspaard maken (You can't turn a donkey into a race horse) - Patrick Lefevere
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13 May 2018 16:06

Great performance today! I am hoping he can keep on his form until the end of the Giro.
Riposa in pace, Michele!
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13 May 2018 16:26

Good to see young riders like Carapaz, O'Connor, Oomen, Schackman and Haig all riding well.
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13 May 2018 16:48

yaco wrote:Good to see young riders like Carapaz, O'Connor, Oomen, Schackman and Haig all riding well.


I hope he will get a free role in the Vuelta, he can do so much more than leading the pack climb after climb.
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13 May 2018 17:07

Moviestar wrote:
yaco wrote:Good to see young riders like Carapaz, O'Connor, Oomen, Schackman and Haig all riding well.


I hope he will get a free role in the Vuelta, he can do so much more than leading the pack climb after climb.


That's highly unlikely as Movistar has already stated Valverde and Landa are headed to the Vuelta (most likely Quintana as well). Valverde is still chasing a ton of history there as well.
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13 May 2018 17:13

Koronin wrote:
Moviestar wrote:
yaco wrote:Good to see young riders like Carapaz, O'Connor, Oomen, Schackman and Haig all riding well.


I hope he will get a free role in the Vuelta, he can do so much more than leading the pack climb after climb.


That's highly unlikely as Movistar has already stated Valverde and Landa are headed to the Vuelta (most likely Quintana as well). Valverde is still chasing a ton of history there as well.


I think he meant Haig
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13 May 2018 17:24

mosh1992 wrote:
Koronin wrote:
Moviestar wrote:
yaco wrote:Good to see young riders like Carapaz, O'Connor, Oomen, Schackman and Haig all riding well.


I hope he will get a free role in the Vuelta, he can do so much more than leading the pack climb after climb.


That's highly unlikely as Movistar has already stated Valverde and Landa are headed to the Vuelta (most likely Quintana as well). Valverde is still chasing a ton of history there as well.


I think he meant Haig


You're probably right.
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13 May 2018 17:49

Moviestar wrote:
yaco wrote:Good to see young riders like Carapaz, O'Connor, Oomen, Schackman and Haig all riding well.


I hope he will get a free role in the Vuelta, he can do so much more than leading the pack climb after climb.


Chaves and A.Yates are riding the Vuelta - Have to think Haig will lead the Aussie team at the World's this year.
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13 May 2018 17:53

Great result, for a moment I actually thought he was going to win. He looked impeccable.
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14 May 2018 09:51

https://as.com/ciclismo/2018/05/14/giro_italia/1526289105_875843.html

His priority right now is to retain or even climb in the GC. I also find it awesome to read he lives together with his fellow Ecuadorian Jhonnatan Narvaez.
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20 May 2018 21:31

When he started to attack Lopez today, the distance to Yates immediately decreased by 10s. What a pity, that he did not try to push more.
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25 May 2018 15:42

Bravo Richie!!

2nd in the queens stage, one stage win, currently 5th in his first Giro and perhaps the white jersey with a struggling MAL.
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