Is he confident for the TT or about stomping Carapaz into smithereens on Fedaia (FEDAIAAAA!!!)there's an interview with Hindley's coach in yesterday's Cycling Podcast (on from minute ~45). He sounds confident for Sunday
Stage 18 of the Giro d’Italia took the riders from Borgo Valsugana to Treviso in the Veneto region. On paper, this looked like the last opportunity for the sprinter in this year’s Corsa Rosa. But a strong four-man breakaway group would upset the odds.audioboom.com
Looks like they took notes from some previous discussions. As they are only getting better.
Australians are always omnipresent wherever there's a chance for an Australian to win anything. They'd probably show up to the seal clubbing championship in Nunavut if an Australian was a favourite.In general I saw a lot of australian flags on the road of this Giro
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