Contador is yet to beat Froome this year, its unique, yet im trolling. It's not just the GC im on about stage's, how many stages as Contador finished ahead, i can only remember 1, the Tirreno stage Nibali won. So im not trolling im just saying Froome as dominated him. Dominated may seem to strong a word to you though:rolleyes:. I thought what i said was perfectly normal la flo and u bait me for no reason. Ah well.
your point is fair enough. You observation was based on Froome performance so far this year. And based on the fact Froome and heck yeah even wiggins, did something that Alberto hasn't done previously; "peak all year long and won every prestigious race they entered." (especially wiggins 2012) But that's about it, at least for now. None of them (true to the case of wiggins) has won GT more than one, and heck, even achieve giro, vuelta, tdf in 15 months.
For me the question about Froome is dominating, is a little subjective. Because it's hard to judge based on how their actually performance are in the race prior to GT. There's always this excuse, too fat, not contest for winning it, prior sickness, not in good form etc. etc. And also vice versa to be said about Froome, he was only 85% either. If the comparison is drawn during GT race, then there's no whada, couldda, shouldda unless it's sickness or crashing out. That's what they train for and their major goal anyway.
For now, yes, based on one week races, Froome is dominating. Because so far that's what he achieved. I don't think everyone would put a stamp on Froome as dominating, if he can't win what matter the most: TDF. He is on his way and closer than contador's chance for sure. But none of his win is a guarantee either, it's just "his change to win"
is close to 100% more likely with how he performs so far. 10 years from now, everyone only remembers how many GT indurain, hinault and the rest of the cycling pantheon have achieved. just my IMO.