The Jumbo ds said he was frustrated at the fact he'd lost two minutes to carapaz. But i'm sure your insider knowledge is more legittopt said:He is doing what they are telling him over the radio. He could have caught Carapaz on the downhill but then he let it goPantani_lives said:What bothers me about Roglic is his sudden change of racing attitude. He's normally a quite agressive rider who's not afraid to take initiative. Think of his two solo stage wins in the Tour. But now that there's a GC win at stake he suddenly turns into this ultranegative rider who refuses to take a lead in the final, even when good climbers are taking a lot of time back. I wonder if this was his own decision or if he was following tactical advice from his team directors.
He might still win this Giro if he can control Carapaz, but his chances are certainly diminished by this all too passive attitude.