Indeed. And his win yesterday pulls him even with Alexander Kristoff at nine wins on the year, ahead of the Cavendish and Bouhanni (eight each), Demare (seven), and Kittel (six). Sagan has five. Of course, race and field quality must be taken into account.VeloHuman said:Nice to see that Greipel is coming around from his unfortunate injury. Hopefully he's at full strength for the three-man showdown at the Tour.
On the ticker they said that Greipel was seen training even 45 minutes after the end of the stage, still riding around the area. They included a picture as wellVeloHuman said:Nice to see that Greipel is coming around from his unfortunate injury. Hopefully he's at full strength for the three-man showdown at the Tour.
The Stolting guy is Herklotz, yes. Results are slow coming in for this. I've seen some places reporting Jempy Drucker came in third, not second, but second place seems to be a mystery so far. If it's a RusVelo rider I hope it's Solomennikov, my totally random pick of rider to root for in this race.Wallenquist said:RusVelo and Stolting guy, who were they ? Maikin and Herkoltz ?