I think eurosport player is perfect. Yesterday the weather was good here in germany and I went out for a ride and watched Giro and Vuelta after the ride. The video on demand is always online 5 minutes after the race without any spoilers.Because it's not the same. What the ***'s the fun in watching cycling - or any sport - when it's not live?
I'm not watching dodgy streams, I'm watching perfectly legal streams, provided by the broadcasters.
I don't see why so much so guys think that Hindley should attack early today or is the biggest rival. Come on, he is three minutes behind and will lose more time in the individual time trial. Knox and Masnada are strong enough to control him easyily within these three minutes. Then it's how Deceuninck would like. They can go their own pace and keep Almeida protected.Lets go Almeida.
Despite the final result, i wish for an attacking stage. I don't think Sunweb can start with a fast pace from the beginnhing or they'll destroy Kelderman's legs. I think at this point Almeida is stronger than Wilco. Jay Hindley can be the biggest rival if Sunweb take the leash out of him. Also Tao. Hindley and Tao together can be really dangerous.
I think that yesterday victory, NTT will go on a fast pace with Ben O'Connor, working for Pozzozivo, who will crack. Don't see trek with strenght to do so, neither Astana, and honestly don' see Nibali and Fuglsang with the legs for it, even though i'dd bet Nibali will try at least.
At the end of the day;
Almeida with the lead and Ruben Guerreiro with the mountain jersey.
Let me dream at least
Yeah, I was thinking the same. Remco can help him on any terrain. They'll only need to decide if they're going to the Giro to retain the title or will they step one step higher and try to conquer the Tour.When Almeida wins this Giro he will have a great domestique next year in the form or Remco.
Konrad and Masnada24 FELLINE Fabio (AST)
25 GREGAARD Jonas (AST)
35 NOVAK Domen (TBM)
56 KONRAD Patrick (BOH)
61 ZAKARIN Ilnur (CCC)
78 ROSSETTO Stéphane(COF)
87 MASNADA Fausto (DQT)
95 GUERREIRO Ruben (EF1)
96 KANGERT Tanel (EF1)
116 NAVARRO Daniel (ISN)
126 HOLMES Matthew (LTS)
128 VANHOUCKE Harm (LTS)
142 CATALDO Dario (MOV)
143 PEDRERO Antonio (MOV)
144 RUBIO Einer Augusto (MOV)
145 SAMITIER Sergio (MOV)
151 MEINTJES Louis (NTT)
153 GHEBREIGZABHIER Amanuel (NTT)
154 O’CONNOR Ben(NTT)
164 GANNA Filippo (IGD)
168 SWIFT Ben (IGD)
187 OOMEN Sam (SUN)
192 BERNARD Julien (TFS)
204 DOMBROWSKI Joe (UAD)
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