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Yup, UAE strategy is pretty much non-existent when it comes to supporting GC ambitions of anyone other than TP.I'm not his biggest fan admittedly, but I felt their leader was in with a genuine shot of at least a GC podium and was limiting his losses very well earlier in the Giro, however his teammates were nowhere to be seen at all crucial moments. It isn't lack of form either, as shown with Covi's excellence today and with Formolo's earlier breakaway stage. I get the impression from races like this and Catalunya that their directors are telling them unless Pogacar is racing to just go out and do your own thing.
He's 65 kg and a Londoner of Irish extraction. Unless you know of another Tao.
Agree. The stage itself was completely dull though and obviously devalued Hindley's performance based on some reactions.
He was just too heavy for that climb, fresh or not.
2012 had Cunego going on long-range attacks several times which where shut down by Szmyd and of course De Gendt formidable breakaway win on top op the Stelvio.Man Carapaz was simply not on a good day. He got wrecked by Carthy and Landa as well. People from the break were outclimbing him.
Anyway, 3km of action is not good enough to make up for a pretty meh Giro GC wise. Heading for one of the worst I've seen in the last 10 years.
Congrats to Hindley though. Surely he has got this now
Yeah, but Cortina was really bad and so was Alpe di Pampeago.2012 had Cunego going on long-range attacks several times which where shut down by Szmyd and of course De Gendt formidable breakaway win on top op the Stelvio.
Arguably that was better gc wise.
Even though I fully enjoyed the breakaway action on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Those were interesting stages with many Twists in the course of events. As long as you accepted that the 3 big cannons were on equal strength and hence nothing happened.
Another tactical masterclass from Ineo$. Let your head-to-head rival get one of his strongest teammates in the break unopposed. Ok, in the end the difference between Hindley and Carapaz was so big it probably made no difference to the final GC placings but they been on a closer level instead it really could have cost them the race. With this team I'm never sure whether it's a case of being that dumb or that arrogant
They actually did put riders upon the road to support Froome in the 2015 Tour, Poels for example. That was probably the smartest racing that I've seen from them.Still struggle to appreciate why Ineos seem to feel it’s mandatory never (in a GT) to put anyone in the break … smacks of SDB struggling with the Brad/Cav dynamics of 2012