and only Boonen Sagan and Freire have a chanceDekker_Tifosi said:Sprinters left in the peloton:
thats all (and ofcourse semi sprinters as Moser etc, but that list is too long)
Is there a harder hill they could've used on the circuit?Dekker_Tifosi said:Ofcourse not. I told you so beforehand. I can do that climb on the outer blade.
And if I can do it on the outerblade, it can never cause a selection for the pro's
Nordhaug's form in Montreal was fantastic. He can handle the Cauberg and go again, if he's anything like at Montreal. Can handle two surges at the end.goggalor said:I hope Nordhaug will be free to attack, and won't have to slave for EBH. He can't force a sprint on his own anyway.
I'd disagree. With only 1.5km between the top of the Cauberg and the finish, one worker could be the difference between a sprint finish and an attack staying away...goggalor said:I hope Nordhaug will be free to attack, and won't have to slave for EBH. He can't force a sprint on his own anyway.
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