No. Thomas and Froome are just not in the shape they are supposed to be in. Froome has an obvious reason. Thomas seems to just not have put the work in.Actually it might be good for him. Is there any possibility that this was actually planned way before and set up by Ineos to confuse TJV?
He's bad now. When he won the Tour he had been good for months. I don't know why so many people forget that. He is nothing like Andy Schleck.Have you seen a more average rider somehow peak for 14 days than Thomas. How is he always so so so bad and then comes good for a week.
I wish people wouldn't use TJV for the yellow peril. Every time I see it I read it as Tejay Vangarderen..Actually it might be good for him. Is there any possibility that this was actually planned way before and set up by Ineos to confuse TJV?
Chip off a kilo in two weeks! That was never going to happen.There have been some quotes from Thomas, such as this one, from August 15
"It's been a tough start," he said. "Obviously I was hoping to be a bit better. The numbers are good, I just need to chip off another kilo or so and I'll be perfect."
I think they are very different characters.I don't see how he'll have any motivation at the Giro.I expect the same outcome as with Wiggins.
Chris Froome lost 4 kilos once in 2 weeks..about 2017 I think.. some comms said soChip off a kilo in two weeks! That was never going to happen.
G's big gulp when he said he was going to the Giro was telling.Chris Froome lost 4 kilos once in 2 weeks..about 2017 I think.. some comms said so
If his media message today is anything to g by Thomas is looking forward to the Giro like a turkey looks forward to Christmas.....more interested in getting his hair cut
It is possible Ineos have taken away their one chance to win a GT this year wt Crapaz at the Giro
Evil genius maybe just evil after all