2015 Critérium du Dauphiné, stage 1: Ugine > Albertville

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Carols said:
BigMac said:
Streams if you need: http://www.sportcategory.com/c-9.html

Carols said:
My NBCSports subscription stream is a full 2.5 kms behind Eurosport!
:eek: And you pay for that?
Yes I do.....great picture and no commercials. For whatever reason it is way behind today :(
Ah sorry, no judging there. :) I just thought the service was bad in general.

I watched Suisse '12 on NBC and liked it.
 
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Froome's upper arms (I cant say biceps :p ) looks more bulkier than usual.Maybe still 1-2 kg over 'his' weight :D
 
Rollthedice said:
ILovecycling said:
Froome's upper arms (I cant say biceps :p ) looks more bulkier than usual.Maybe still 1-2 kg over 'his' weight :D
His head looks smaller, maybe that compensates. He's 66 kg now.
The fact he is so skinny and his head so big may explain why he falls so often. High Center of Gravity, small base ...
Maybe now with a reduced head he won't crash :p
 
Sky vs. the sprinters. Tough call in the closing km, but full marks to Kennaugh, the chase was very disorganized, not too many sprinters in the bunch with help and though there wasn't too much cooperation in his group he took the initiative at the right time and a strong finish.
 
LOL at people who thought Valverde would've won this. :D

I don't get the tactic of Cannondale here. They work so early when it doesn't really bring much of advantage and then Talansky is alone for the last 12 kilometers. Disappointed neither Haas nor Navardauskas in top10 today, on this stage with this field they really should be involved here. It looks like they wouldn't have any decent roleurs in the team, but they've brought plenty of them here looking at their individual achievements over the last 18 months.
 

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