Criterium du Dauphine 2014: Stage 1, (Lyon-Lyon TT 10,4 km)

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ac improved his tt significantly but seems difference between 2 top competitors didnt change tha much in tt. lets see how it will be in the mountains...
 
Jun 5, 2014
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argyllflyer said:
Is his 2009 form really worth bringing up? What relevance does it have in 2014? Especially considering his holiday in 2012.
strange but people often dont take such arguments there. why does forum work badly? forumers prayed for froome's failure and doubly mad now or so?
 
Mar 9, 2013
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GuyIncognito said:
Froome the terrible bike handler wins the most technical prologue in years

Totally believable. I'll be in the next subforum over if anyone needs me
You're cluless yet another cyling fan who links style together with other things.
 
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Not a bad ITT for Berto. It's expected that Froome win ITT. At least it's not like he decimates the field. Nibali shows some spark. He must have been under tremendous pressure to perform. Good luck for him. On the other hand, great ride by the youngster Jungels.
 
Jun 5, 2014
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LaFlorecita said:
Berto in 2009 TT form would have spanked everyone.
sadly i am afraid we havent seen froome long tt form so far, dear girl from netherlands :(

nothing happened for intrigue in the tour although. i just hoped alberto will extract more from his technical advantage on second part of tt
 
cauberg1999 said:
sadly i am afraid we havent seen froome long tt form so far, dear girl from netherlands :(

nothing happened for intrigue in the tour although. i just hoped alberto will extract more from his technical advantage on second part of tt
What are you on about? I was talking about today's ITT.:rolleyes:
 
Jul 29, 2012
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Jack_89 said:
@miburo

as i said yesteeday : 10km or 30 or 50km FLAT , specialists are specialists :p Berto does a great ITT but Froome is stronger in these ITT
How is anything you said yesterday relevant for today's result ? Please give me quotes or stay quiet.
 
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Is there anyone betting that the forum will freeze during this race?

i have a very bad feeling that i dont want to go to c***c during this TdF.


Congrats, Mr Froome for the prologue win. looked very relaxed and comfortable. didnt loose time at all even though he overshot a corner.


Its a pleasure to watch Contador fight it out. Hopefully, this race will not be predictable as usual.
 
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today as we see we can saying contador it ready and he is and very good shape and he's improvement in ITT from last year .
froome still, froome .. to be very strong and confident you have to be very stronger in ITT what is it froom . i think tomorrow we will enjoying in fight between them .. Nibali was good in first split but he was loss more time in climb ..
 
Oh well, five of my predicted top ten finished in the top ten, anyway. And except for my dark horse Peraud they all finished in the top twenty-two.

Michael Kwiatkowski | Omega Pharma - Quick-Step | 20th at +16"
Christopher Froome | Team Sky | 1st with 13'13"
Alberto Contador | Tinkoff - Saxo | 2nd at +8"
Wilco Kelderman | Belkin-Pro Cycling Team | 5th at +11"
Geraint Thomas | Team Sky | 16th at +14"
Tejay van Garderen | BMC Racing Team | 9th at +13"
Sylvain Chavanel | IAM Cycling | 19th at +16"
Vincenzo Nibali | Astana Pro Team | 8th at +13"
Daryl Impey | Orica GreenEdge | 22nd at +17"
Jean-Christopher Peraud | AG2R La Mondiale | 62nd at +39"

I said that ninety seconds would cover the top ten, and I was right! :D (Ninety seconds covered the top 156, ahem.)

Very impressed with Nibali, Froome, Contador, Jungels, and Talansky. And how about young Matthias Brandle from IAM Cycling? I should have looked at him more closely, he's put up some good TT results recently.

Looking forward to the rest of the race!
 

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