Yeah I don't disagree with the criticism of Movistar but it's best for him to stick to the facts, otherwise it looks like he's not watching the race. If anything Quintana was too aggressive (4 attacks before the sprint). He needs to be more selective and go harder when he does go especially on a stage which isn't really that difficultel_angliru said:Riis' analysis, not mine. I'm aware (and Riis too, I'm, sure) that Quintana attacked from the start of the stage - even before we got TV pictures. But tactically Movistar didn't do much for the GC win. The right thing to do would to let either Valverde or Quintana go with Alberto and let Froome chase them down. Not just chas Alberto down. That was Riis' point.Eyeballs Out said:Quintana only attacked 100m from the finish
Riis was also critical of Tinkoff's tactics though, as Flor pointed out earlier. Firstly, Alberto shouldn't attack so far out and having to do all the work by himself (Rogers didn't last long when Contador attacked on the 3rd climb from the finish). Secondly, Majka should have waited for Alberto after Alberto's crash.