Really enjoyed that race. Fantastic win for Sergio, absolutely bossed it. But it goes to show that even riders who prove to be a cut above on form need teammates to win, and that was a great job by Sebastian to bring him back twice. It was good to see the moved the original start line up (exactly) 1 km; otherwise that sprint for second would've made for a real test of nerves. Also, I have to add, seeing the riders up close going up the same route you rode through a day earlier is something else.
Thanks for the link Hfer. I enjoyed the knowledgeable but clearly "influenced" Colombian announcers referring to the WorldTour riders (though not the local riders) by their home states much more often than by the team that pay their wages. I'm sure Trek in particular loved that.
"Christmas is tomorrow... Let's get in the break." - Matt Hayman, 4/9/16
"What a strange illusion it is to suppose that beauty is goodness." - Tolstoy