Critérium du Dauphiné 2022, June 5 - 12

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Maybe they changed his cadence and/or pedaling technique due to this injury in spring… I hope he benefits from it :)
I don't think so.

I think it's simply because it was so flat. I also think some of Rog'c critics should re-watch the Olympics TT, specifically the moment Asgreen caught up with Rog & overtook him on the descent & pulled away on the flat - owing simply to the physical differential (bigger = better on that part of the route).

Roglic is a climber & rouleur who excels on mountainous, hilly & rolling ITT's. Ganna was always going to smoke him today, as was WvA.
 
I guess it's up to the other teams. To lure out JV GC section. Realistically it should happen. Still i could imagine van Aert won't go out without a fight. Hence the battle plan likely is lets have fun and lets take the bonus seconds tomorrow.

We'll see.
 
I guess it's up to the other teams. To lure out JV GC section. Realistically it should happen. Still i could imagine van Aert won't go out without a fight. Hence the battle plan likely is lets have fun and lets take the bonus seconds tomorrow.

We'll see.
I would think it more likely for them to go Complete Domination on the weekend and a 1-2-3 podium.
 

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