Since you are putting words in my mouth, i would like to ask you to put your money where your mouth is and quote me where i made such a statement regarding Roglic.The two things that don't make sense to me about your position are:
- You say the others will be in top share, unlike Remco, but then you point that, wait, actually Remco will have had prep at least as good as Pogacar, one of the two that most see as a viable winner. So it's just Vingegaard.
- Why are you so adamant that he will be an outsider for the 3rd podium spot? Many, many, many GTs have been won by people with less than optimal prep, including Roglic in this Giro and in his 3 Vueltas. All it takes is one crash for Vingegaard and they're on equal footing. If he's as good as you think he is, he definitely has a shot at a win.
See point 2 above. Why is it you are so adamant about this completely ruining Remco's condition while also asking us to believe that Roglic crashing out of last year's Tour, breaking vertebrae, and racing with a messed up shoulder that required surgery during the off season had no impact on his condition during the last Vuelta. Unbelievable double standards.
Furthermore, I need to explain the difference between having the Tour as main goal, not finish and go to the Vuelta ill prepared on one hand with having the Giro as main goal, not finish and go to the Tour ill prepared, on the other hand?
Further, you claim i am claiming his prep to be at least as good as Pogacar? Where did i claim that?
Also, Pogacar and Vingegaard are the only riders at the Tour? I was not aware.
So if these double standards you are talking about, is refering to you putting words in people 's mouths and finishing their thoughts for them, then i agree.