True, I guess it's always possibility at this stage in the season. But Quintana looks super strong, Froome just never seems drop like a stone and neither does Valverde these days. I think far more likely that the other challengers will crack big time.veji11 said:End of the season, 2nd (3rd for Valverde) GT for everybody, tiredness and potentially sickness can strike in a brutal way still. The Aubisque stage could see someone looking good dropping like a stone.DFA123 said:Great to see the big three from the last couple of seasons battling it out.Lexman said:1. Quintana (MOV) 2. Valverde (MOV) +57" 3. @chrisfroome +58"
#LV2016 @albertocontador jumps to 5th in the GC after his late push on today's stage. Stellar ride from the Spanish Tinkoff leader @lavuelta
It's difficult to see anyone coming between them now. I don't think their level isn't going to drop enough for someone like Chaves or Scarponi to sneak in there, and the rest are too far behind or too off form.