He was distanced and then crashed. Not sure if it would have made difference in keeping jersey but definitely would have been closer than he is now.GenericBoonenFan said:Craddock was apparently part of the big leading group but had a mechanical at some point? Am I misinformed?
The unplanned 1.2 race was won by the splendidly named Gruffudd Lewis. Stephane Poulhies managed the coincidental feat of being third in both stages and the GC of the abridged race, and in the bonus one day race.This race initially counted 4 stages. The 2nd stage was held in heavy rain and temperatures close to zero, and only 15 riders reached the finish.
Considering the extreme conditions the jury decided to cancel the results and let everybody start again for the 3rd stage. As the next day the weather was still the same, the 3rd stage was cancelled altogether.
The jury then decided to reinstate the results of stage 2 and consider the GC after stage 2 as the Final GC.
Stage 4 was changed into a 1.2 race with all stage race riders allowed to participate: the GP de la Pharmacie Centrale de Tunisie.
They're not. Jakobsen is a pure sprinter, Philipsen is a classics guy with a fast finish.Lexman said:Dekker_Tifosi said:
I'm not really into the U23 but as what I heard was they're not the same type as sprinter?