Arvesen also said in March that he 'knew' it was all a lie and Contador wouldn't race the GiroinfeXio said:
Yep. Now he should go back to his usual style of climbing. His rhythm on the bike was a little weird today. But who cares? He survived it!LaFlorecita said:
Porte .. lol. He is definitely banking on taking time on ITT. When did he attack? close to the finish?? coward. At least Aru has the ball to try to attack Alberto, and failed. I wish there's stupid crash from that damm spectator, we would have seen Alberto attack again!Carols said:I think he passed the test with flying colors. He was obviously in pain a few times, but rode right on. The big losers today are Porte and Aru. This was their opportunity to shed him and they couldn't . Venga Alberto!
Yep, and those doctors that signed the medical report are all part of the conspiracy. Get real. He might not be too badly hurt but there is definitely something wrong with him. Same goes for his injury last year.DominicDecoco said:Haha, cycling has got its very own 'Cristiano Ronaldo'. This acting is bloody hilarious and I can't believe some are buying into it. There's f'uck all wrong with him. Let's get that straight. It's like his leg excuse all over again.
You're cuteDominicDecoco said:Haha, cycling has got its very own 'Cristiano Ronaldo'. This acting is bloody hilarious and I can't believe some are buying into it. There's f'uck all wrong with him. Let's get that straight. It's like his leg excuse all over again.
Porte is surely keeping his powder dry for the TT now, as for Aru who knows? He needs to take time on Alberto and Porte as he will lose a fair amount on Wednesday.Carols said:Big smiles again on the podium, he is Happy . One more nasty day to get through and then some rest. He should be good by the ITT. Aru and Porte must be saying....geez if we couldn't get rid of him now, when are we going to be able to?