Vingegaard and 30 second sprints on steep finishes.
I dont know how accurate PCS is... but it says he is in the development team for 2023 as well.I hope for DSM that they already have him under a real contract or there's going to be some big teams offering him contracts.
Yeah, you are right. Had forgotten about that.You can leave an conti team whenever you want. Development team is conti.
Does this count? It's difficult to tell when exactly it was decided.I've never seen a proper stage race decided literally in the last second (!), like today.
Also I've never seen a sprinter fist-pumping when clearly losing a sprint to a non-teammate.
Kudos to Mohoric, he absolutely crushed the Fisherman in the GC (by about one second).
Maybe it does (but I didn't watch it so my point stands). Not sure at which moment Contador gained the decisive second though - in case on Mohoric it was clearly in the last few dozens of meters.Does this count? It's difficult to tell when exactly it was decided.
There's also the Tour of California 2015.Does this count? It's difficult to tell when exactly it was decided.
I'm not sure that we can call the race management great if a large proportion of the peloton goes the wrong way with 1.5 to go. A bunch of riders must have thought they suddenly had a much better chance for the stage win.Well, kind of expected after the intermediate bonis.
Management of the race is the best part of it.
Great field they've attracted and kept open till the last pedal stroke.
Too bad the cycling is still at the underground level there.