Contador win in Fuente De was a win took by cojones. Was a win that gave him a GT against a much stronger rider (Purito). A long range attack that destroyed the race into pieces. I´d take that win instead of an undetermined number of sprint wins.Jspear said:You need to clarify this....do you literally mean ALL their victories. Cause your statment wouldn't be true then.Fernandez said:No way. There are wins and there are WINS. Contador WIN in Fuente De values as much as all the Greipels and Kittels wins.PremierAndrew said:A win is a win, no matter how it came about. From a fans point of view, of course an entertaining win is more memorable, but as a pro cyclist, it's all about the competition present and the prestige of the race, not about the manner of victoryFernandez said:What Im trying to compare is the typical sprint victorie like todays Giro with the kind of victorie that you take by your own. For example, Ulissis or Wellens victories against Greipels and Kittels victories. And trying to set them a comparative value. For me the first kind of them values something like 4 or 5 of the second ones. And something like winning in style the queen stage of a Giro or a Tour should value as much as 10 sprints, or more.