I think he returned from injury then. It was his first race after Valle d'Aosta (where he won the uphill prologue and then crashed out on the next stage).Earlier the commentator on the feed I was watching (McCrossan) was reminiscing about the 2018 stage of the Tour de l'Avenir which also finished here, back then Mader won ahead of Sosa, Vingegaard was 111th at 11 mins down. Man has come a long way.
He will have a even better wout van aert. Van aert=3 or 4 good domestiques.Think Vingegaard could end up even stronger than last year but looking likely that his team won't be, Kuss having ridden the Giro also may not be as strong, will be interesting to see what Wilco has in the locker after his injuries.
They might have Kuss soft-pedal through the Pyrenees and Massif Central just to have him ready for the Alps.Well to be fair last year he won the Tour with only one real mountain domestique remaining (Kuss) so if one of Kelderman or Kuss (or both) stays fit that would already be quite good.
Was planning on not watching that ****ing documentary because I knew it would really irritate me.
Naturally I watched it and it really irritated me, seeing O'Connor getting stooged out by his team made me really hope he can get something in July.