From the Vingegaard Thread AlsoWe’ll see. There was a TTT in 09, 11, 13, 15, 18, & 19. It’d also ease the logistics if it’s the first French stage, as there’s no early rest day. Pure speculation, but I’d guess a length of ~35 km.
Someone mentioned in another thread the possibility of a TTT next year at the TDF... The question is, if they did have one and if Rohan Dennis does sign with JV how much time would a line up that included Roglic, Dumoulin, Rohan Dennis, Jonas Vinegegaard, ET AL, gain on the UAE team using a medium and short version for estimate of KMs. Not that this is likely but for arguments sake?
I believe there would be big protestations if there was a TTT of that length and JV brought most/many/or all of those strong time-trialists Who can also climb and go well on the flats. I think that such a team might well get over a minute on GC early in the TDF.You forgot Van Aert, maybe Foss and Affini, too. A scary team for TTT.
Here I was, thinking you'd been nice, and changed the title back!
Boring! Unless, of course, it's written like that; "Primož Roglič"? leaving people to wonder who this thread is about.Why not just "Primož Roglič"?
Can't you edit it anymore? It'd be nice if his name was spelled correctly.
How is that too long when we've got madness like the Peters thread, and the Jorgenson thread? Or are those too long too?May I suggest an antimetabole? »The Tony Rominger was the old Primož Roglič thread«, although I would prefer: »Tony Rominger was the old Primož Roglič, the current Primož Roglič had bad luck in France, now it's over«. If it is too long (and it is), the short and sweet »Tony Rominger was — Primož Roglič is« is the best I can think of (yes, I like it vague).
Trying to pretend to be Belgian spring water. Our kids drink it at school. Over here it's cheaper than Spa.And why is he drinking a Heineken with a Belgian flag on it. So many questions
In the narrative sense of a "Hero's Journey" (based on mythology), Primoz Roglic has reached that moment where the hero has hit rock bottom, i.e. his lowest ebb.