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I'm beginning to lean slightly away from overhyped turd. But that's probably just me being too volatile.I'm sure tomorrow's race will settle the pissing contest for once and for all. If he wins, we'll know he's a climber. If not, we'll know he's an overhyped turd.
Personally I'm just going to enjoy the racing.
Well he did manage to outsprint 3-4 year younger Uijtdebroeks in the end. So there's that at least.Best climbing performance for Evenepoel in a good while, the field isn't the strongest but he was still up against some of the best climbers in his age group so that's a good sign for him going forward. Johannessen evidently not at his Catalunya (or Bessèges, based on how much he lost to Vine by) level but I'll hold my hands up and admit he almost certainly wouldn't have been able to stay with him even in top form.
I think it’s the whole climb. But if that’s the case that should still be weighted out by the strong tailwind in the unprotected last 3 km. Down in the forest the wind was almost not notable (atleast from like 5 to 3,5ish km remaining) from what I felt walking along the road.How much of the flat was included?
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