Tour de France 2014 July 20, Stage 15: Tallard - Nîmes 222km

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Who will win stage 15?

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kingjr said:
Yeah, poor little guy. I'd say that's just what happens if your qualities (or lack of) as a rider require the peloton's mercy or stupidity for you to get a win in the Tour.
Firstly, I know less about Bauer, but Elmiger has a pretty useful palmarès.

Secondly, here, the break is the underdog, the bunch is the favourite. Or are you one of those people who like to root for the favourite?
 
Kristoff is an incredible horse, in form of his career. San Remo wasn't a fluke.

Sagan was the fastest, poor ******* decided follow Kittel's wheel. Ended up sprinting over 7 riders in last 100m.

What's up with Greipel?
 
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Good win for Kristoff,with his double he just saved Purito's Tour:D Surprised that Kittel failed,probably is spent after the mountains.
 
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How the **** didn't Bauer get most combative rider? He was clearly the one pulling the hardest and not just waiting for the sprint.
 
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whittashau said:
How the **** didn't Bauer get most combative rider? He was clearly the one pulling the hardest and not just waiting for the sprint.
Swiss is close to the France LOL
 
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Thought it was going to be a horribly boring stage but the finish ended up being the best bunch of the tour so far. Incredible suspense and pretty heartbreaking for the two ahead. But Kristoff is majestic.

Poor Sagan. After the crazy impulsiveness before, he has surprisingly been really sensible in these last two non-mountain rides. Like almost everyone here, he expected Kittel to power through at the end. Just not an ounce of luck.

The irony of this "losing" streak is that he'll surely demolish both his previous points totals, but likelier and likelier with no win.
 
Jerkovin said:
Thought it was going to be a horribly boring stage but the finish ended up being the best bunch of the tour so far. Incredible suspense and pretty heartbreaking for the two ahead. But Kristoff is majestic.

Poor Sagan. After the crazy impulsiveness before, he has surprisingly been really sensible in these last two non-mountain rides. Like almost everyone here, he expected Kittel to power through at the end. Just not an ounce of luck.

The irony of this "losing" streak is that he'll surely demolish both his previous points totals, but likelier and likelier with no win.
Friday or bust for him now!
 
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Jerkovin said:
Thought it was going to be a horribly boring stage but the finish ended up being the best bunch of the tour so far. Incredible suspense and pretty heartbreaking for the two ahead. But Kristoff is majestic.

Poor Sagan. After the crazy impulsiveness before, he has surprisingly been really sensible in these last two non-mountain rides. Like almost everyone here, he expected Kittel to power through at the end. Just not an ounce of luck.

The irony of this "losing" streak is that he'll surely demolish both his previous points totals, but likelier and likelier with no win.
He will have the most points in the history. :eek:
 

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