Also, 2019 was a season where Fuglsang avoided crashes and injuries - he has had his fair share of those over the years. And he went more for the one day races in 2019 than he has previously done (despite many people suggesting he should have done it earlier, especially after his silver medal in Rio). Those two factors alone can explain a significant part of his good results last year.I disagree with the notion that Fuglsang has suddenly become a top gt rider, he only has one top 10 finish in a gt and that was in 2013. Yes, he suddenly improved, but in the races that always suited him more, shorter stage races and hard one day races. That said, last year he was the most impressive road cyclist of the spring season. With Lutsenko it is also mainly results in shorter stage races and one day races, but some of his performances are really out of the blue, mainly him dominating 2 editions of the Tour of Oman and also finishing first and second on the MTF and finishing top 10 in the Dauphine and top 20 in the Tour while being a domestique.