Heal: 2011 Vuelta
Hurt: 2019 Vuelta
Hurt: 2019 Vuelta
Thank you. I promise I won't vote again until tomorrow afternoon US time. I'll also just try to keep it at afternoon US times for voting.Since you are from USA the time zones were a problem. And you indeed do not have a Sunday vote ( in GMT ), but have one ( for USA time zones )
So I will include it this time ( because USA time zones are way behind GMT which makes it hard for people there ), but everyone should be aware that the clock ticks according to GMT and people's vote right resets at 00:00 GMT, because it becomes very hard for me otherwise.
I think you'll find that most grand tours from the 2000's weren't backloaded. Having high mountains on the final Friday/Saturday is a fairly recent regular thing, at least at the Tour.2011 Vuelta is so weird cuase it was a frontloaded 2 week race essentially with almost no chance ot make any difference after stage 16.
It was more about the hurt. I think it was one of the best, if not the very best, Vuelta(s) of the decade. And it doesn't have a high score atm.The 2011 Vuelta is approaching the elimination zone, along with a couple of other races I feel are worse so should go sooner, but at least one of which I can't vote to hurt because I've done so too recently I think.
I don't recall any stage in 2011 being that good or above expectations other than Liquigas descent hilarity and Pena Cabarga.It was more about the hurt. I think it was one of the best, if not the very best, Vuelta(s) of the decade. And it doesn't have a high score atm.
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