I've always thought that McNulty has more room to grow than Bjerg. I might be wrong but it seemed like Bjerg was already training and taking care of himself at a very high (and strict) level compared to other riders in the U23 scene.I think his ITT is currently as good or better than Bjerg's.
What about Sepp Kuss? He was far from being pushed in the early years and now he's taking some big steps in his development. His level has never been this high in February and could become a very dominant climber for Roglic and Dumoulin this summer. I can see him winning some big races in the futureI have a lot more faith when it comes to him becoming a good gc rider. Unlike most American prospects he wasn't already punshed to his limits as an U23 rider by Axel Merckx, so he shouldn't peak in his early 20ies only to be burned out in his mid 20ies...
Yes, Kuss would be another guy who hasn't be "ruined" by Axel and his team. Rally seems to be a lot better at giving their talents more time to grow.What about Sepp Kuss? He was far from being pushed in the early years and now he's taking some big steps in his development. His level has never been this high in February and could become a very dominant climber for Roglic and Dumoulin this summer. I can see him winning some big races in the future
He's a young rider, so prone to inconsistency and bad days.Form looking good, best finish of his in a major race so far. Still don't understand why he lost a minute the other day..oh well..let's see how he goes in the TT. Could be top ten after saturday.
Fuglsang dropped him after sucking his wheel for 10 minutes. This happened on camera as well.What happened with him on the final 5kms? Last time the cameras showed him he was in front of Fuglsang. Looked like he was riding his own pace so I am suprised that he finished more than a minute behind Fuglsang.
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