Seriously now, as I suppose the DSs at Trek are not actually tactically worse than me, they must have had a plan - but what was it? What was their intention?
Guess Nibali has the better standing, so they will ride for him - no matter what. Still, they should have known that he is not going to outsprint the competition on a finish like that.Seriously now, as I suppose the DSs at Trek are not actually tactically worse than me, they must have had a plan - but what was it? What was their intention?
Bagioli had just attacked on San Luca. He sure didn't have the legs to try again a minute after the group bridged back to him.Yes, I've been wondering why they sent Almeida, but then I thought he's probably the better descender and they thought he had a better chance of staying away there?
Tiz is broadcasting the women's race now if you wanted to watch it.
I think he needs to leave Ineos; he's too good to be so far down the pecking order. Of course, he still has two years left on his contract and by then he could far stronger and given much more chances. Maybe I just really want him to leave Ineos.I have to praise Dunbar, the guy is really professional, always supports the team leader and always seems to perform well when he gets the chance to ride for himself.