Pidcock was also involved in a crash. It might have affected him. I think he can definitely win this race in the future.Pidcock better than expected, i thought he might have finished behind Tulett. Then again, Tulett had already attacked once, still finished 12th at the age of 19... Good result for Brenner as well.
If the plan is to have your team leader do extra work before the Mur de Huy and you're a DS then you're one of about 4 people in this world more shite at his job than Carlton KirbyIf Alaphilippe is on top form, there's nothing to do here. If he's not on absolute top but just a little below like he probably was today, he is beatable, but you need a harder race and a harder pace on the Mur.
I've also noticed while the majority of other contenders had their teammates helping them with positioning in the last 30km, Roglič was always alone and did a couple of sprints by himself to get in good position. Maybe that was the plan, but I don't think it was a good plan.
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