not sure how up to date this is, but at the last listed time check Reichenbach, Froidevaux, Tendon and Stüssi had 5 minutes over the pelotonanyone know the situation in suisse?
Apparently he already had found an agreement with Androni in April, but they needed to find some extra money from the sponsors to pay his salary and all the paperwork/bureaucracy also took extra long because of his unique situation.Piccolo is really strong, considering that he didn't get any racing opportunities with the national team, contrary to all other Gazprom guys
Alternative, since I found that it was the route of the Raiffeisen GP Judendorf - Straßengel, is that Großschartner attacked on a hill, it became super close, Haller launched early (as best sprinter) and ran out of gas.
1 GROßSCHARTNER Felix BORA - hansgrohe 100 15 4:35:59 2 GAMPER Patrick BORA - hansgrohe 75 10 0:01 3 PÖSTLBERGER Lukas BORA - hansgrohe 60 7 ,, 4 KONRAD Patrick BORA - hansgrohe 50 4 ,, 5 HALLER Marco BORA - hansgrohe 40 2 ,, 6 BOSCH Manuel Hrinkow Advarics Cycleang 30 1 2:24 7 ZOIDL Riccardo Team Vorarlberg 20 9:27 8 BAYER Tobias Alpecin-Fenix 10 11:13 9 EICHINGER Daniel Hrinkow Advarics Cycleang 5 ,, 10 PUTZ Sebastian Union Raiffeisen Radteam Tirol 3 ,
I guess the Bora guys dropped everyone and then decided Großschartner riding the TdF in the national jersey looks good.
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