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I would hate to know what kind of situation you'd have to end up in for your life to depend on asserting dominance over a carton of milk... some kind of weird dystopia where dairy products comes alive?
Wilco: Now listen here milk, i've had about enough of your shenan...
Milk: Shut your piehole Wilco! And by the way, from now on your name is Milko.
 
I guess you'd fit in as a DS at Sunweb, but it's not quite as simple as that. Whether he would have won wasn't my point anyway.
"Coul've won"?

If anything Hindley might have had a shot if Sunweb played for him earlier, but they hung on to Kelderman for a long ass time, and he finished a 1'29 down despite TGH not going full gas on the final ascents of Sestriere and Torre di Fraele simply because he was occupied with Hindley.
 
I would hate to know what kind of situation you'd have to end up in for your life to depend on asserting dominance over a carton of milk... some kind of weird dystopia where dairy products comes alive?
There are a high percentage of lactose intolerant cyclists that would argue they've lost that battle already. My weakest sympathies for them but thanks for the extra cheese!
 
"Coul've won"?

If anything Hindley might have had a shot if Sunweb played for him earlier, but they hung on to Kelderman for a long ass time, and he finished a 1'29 down despite TGH not going full gas on the final ascents of Sestriere and Torre di Fraele simply because he was occupied with Hindley.
I think you're forgetting about a guy called Rohan Dennis, but anyway: I'll admit that Kelderman probably wouldn't have won that Giro anyway. Once again, not really my point, as this was a discussion about Kelderman possibly going rogue, which is highly unlikely. Even you would have to agree.
 
I think you're forgetting about a guy called Rohan Dennis, but anyway: I'll admit that Kelderman probably wouldn't have won that Giro anyway. Once again, not really my point, as this was a discussion about Kelderman possibly going rogue, which is highly unlikely. Even you would have to agree.
Bigger chance of the other lieutenant going rogue! :D
 
Well, contrary to Roglic he has actually said that he didn't want to go to the Giro, and he's said to everyone who wants to hear it that he considers leaving the team to get more chances for himself, so you could be right there :)
I saw the interview and it appeared more like he wanted a chance to ride the Tour rather than Giro again.

I also think Foss is probably a bit wary of needing a new contract so he does want some chances for himself to show his potential
 
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