Stefan Küng thread

Mar 14, 2016
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Is he Swiss? Is he a Liechtensteiner? He's raced for both countries, but what I do know is that he's been putting in some gutsy riders since he became a pro cyclist.
 
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Swiss born and raised, but he inherited also Liechtenstein pass from his mother (who was, as far as I know, also born in Switzerland, but her mother was Liechtenstein). He is seen as a new Cancellara here, but let's see how that ends up :) Anyway it is pretty entertaining to watch him race.
 
Mar 14, 2016
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He needs to ride a bit more intelligently, though. Yesterday he kept squandering energy when it was already crystal clear he was going to be caught, which might be okay for a Caja Rural rider who just wants camera time, but not for a rider who could win stages later in the race.
 
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I expect him to, at the very least, be able to do Cummings-style victories. Küng for a late Champs-Elysées attack please.
 
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SafeBet said:
Cance > TheRest said:
SafeBet said:
CheckMyPecs said:
Kung in the breakaway today, perhaps to assist Daniel Oss.
I'd say it's the other way around.
Oss is way faster in a sprint, though.
He was in the break yesterday and spent a lot of energy. None of them has many chances of winning such a stage anyway.
Küng will have to get away earlier and build up a Nice advantage but I'm not sure thats possible with Trentin there + a couple of Tinkoff riders.
 

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