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Kokoso said:
ppanther92 said:
staubsauger said:
Valv.Piti said:
Anybody had the intermediate on Wout? Could he have beaten DeGendt?
Apparently he was +8 seconds on De Gendt again, according to the latest information
On ARD they said he had surpassed De Gendt already.
Now that IS an answer :)
Yeah, I find that pretty hard to believe, honestly. Sounds like the kind of thing that would get out there, though. I'm going to give TdG the benefit of the doubt - he was killing it out there.
 
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ppanther92 said:
Schachmann finishes under pain and 5s later ARD interviews him :rolleyes:
But interestingely enough, he didn't mention shoulder pain but pain in the arm.
The hand seems to big broken. I think the Tour is over for him. I hope he is back on the bike soon.
 
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ClassicomanoLuigi said:
Valv.Piti said:
Anybody had the intermediate on Wout? Could he have beaten DeGendt?
This is what is on official timing, WvA vs De Gendt
1st checkpoint +5 sec
2nd checkpoint +16 sec
3rd checkpoint +11 sec

So basically, no, because WvA would have had to pull back 11 seconds over 5 kilometers, he wasn't going into first place had he not crashed
The time gaps between WVA and TDG are not worth much in isolation. But I agree with your conclusion
 
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GC guys going well, I expect they will slow down in the final part. Is it a sign that the hilly parts of the course are harder than thought or is it just showing the lack of specialists who really went for it
 

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