2015 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, August 3 to 9

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Britton was looking back. They've had him in their sights for a while, though. I think they'll catch him shortly.
 
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Gigs_98 said:
Can please someone explain Woods that you have to attack a leader if you want to win a race and not pulling him up the final climb.
He wants to win the stage. It would be rather surprising if the guy who conceded a minute climbing one day is suddenly capable of dropping the strongest climber the next day.
 
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johnymax said:
Why doesn't Woods attack? He is just pushing a steady pace. I don't get it.
He likely sees it as futile and is saving himself a podium spot. It's understandable in his case. That and, as Sam said, fancying himself a stage win. He's the fastest there.

Actually Britton is faster but I doubt he will be in contention.
 
SeriousSam said:
Gigs_98 said:
Can please someone explain Woods that you have to attack a leader if you want to win a race and not pulling him up the final climb.
He wants to win the stage. It would be rather surprising if the guy who conceded a minute climbing one day is suddenly capable of dropping the strongest climber the next day.
Well, with making the pace he will waste a lot of energy too, and I think that after he is almost the only one who worked in this group, he wont win in a sprint.
 

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