Can Swift challenge for a GT podium in the future?

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what can swift do in grand tours in 4 years or so?

  • Nothing, let him focus on sprinting

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Jun 15, 2009
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Vino attacks everyone said:
I will eat whatever is necessary to fight for the 2030 tdf ;)
That is it. VinoAE, DekkerTif and 20-time-GT-winner 60-yr-old Chris battling it out on Alpe d Huez. Epic.
 
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Jspear said:
Lol!!Completely messed up there. Stupid me. :D I was confused at first...I'm looking at your post thinking I didn't say that. :eek:
Sure, course you did... Don't be so modest you did a good ride yesterday. Best rest up now for eh. What the hell's a Manassas anyway? Could've made up a more convincing place :p
 
Jun 15, 2009
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red_flanders said:
He's got a far better early palmares for GT's than the two Sky riders who will end up winning a GT.
You mean DekkerT and VinoAE rode with Sky? When and where? :eek:
Anyway, to the point where you are wrong for sure: Both of them have the same GT record as no-Contract-Horner had in their age: Zero. Zilch.

So they are both on perfect schedule to win their GTs at age 45, battling it out vs 60+ Chris.

P.S.: How old will Swift be by then? Enough time for him to transform? Could be an awesome 4-men-battle. I see it coming...
 
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icefire said:
He'll get the leftovers of Quintana, Aru and Kelderman
That`s pretty much the way i am reading it. There is no doubt about it Swift has improved but the likes of Quintana, Aru and Kelderman will mug him on the climbs and nick his lunch money.
 

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