He could have been a lot closer, but he's well-behaved and hasn't contested those sprints yet (apart from the one on stage 3, but he couldn't really gift that to anyone but himself)Woah! I forgot he was collecting points in intermediates. Up to third!! (albeit almost 100 pts behind Van Aert)
Obviously... but assuming that we're still in fact on Earth, where Magnus Cort is not going to win any race going up Planche des Belles Filles - with or without the 'super' - he could still keep the jersey, without getting any points today.Well if he's the winner, he doesn't have to take points on the other climbs to keep the jersey.
Cort opdagede sjov detalje på podiet - TV 2You just go up there and stick your arms in the air. And then they (the spectators, ed.) Just kept clapping, and then I thought, then I just have to keep standing with my arms up. Then we will see who gets tired first, says the Dane, who first came across all six category four climbs in Denmark.
I've just found the column on their website. Using google translate, i'm sure that doesn't help with the weirdness of the 'ritual'!He has a column in the Danish newspaper BT. He has a rather strange ritual when winning big, he writes. I don't know if it's within forum guidelines to describe it further.
But there was a funny episode before the podium ceremonies because both Cort and Bettiol were due to go on the podium and they were changing in the same area. Apparently, it took a few minutes before Bettiol suddenly yelled, "Wait, you won the stage!?!" I guess being a part of the race is not the best way to follow it
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