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Tour de France Tour de France 2022: Stage 15 (Rodez – Carcassonne, 202.5k)

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It I were Jonas I would be going mad on the radio. It Jumbo are serious about winning the TDF they need to all be helping him and not attacking for fun. Look at Us Postal and Sky, heck, I remember seeing Cav pulling on flat stages back in 2012. I mean they are up against potentially the greatest rider ever in Pogi. They need to seriously think about getting some new sports directors in...
 
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Teams like Bora, Cofidis, EF, Astana and co should get to the front and drill it to kill the sprinter teams out of competition. I guess the sprinter teams will bottle it anyway. The can't seem to let a break go that's good for them. van aert and Pollit will stop at some point and the it starts all over again.
 
It I were Jonas I would be going mad on the radio. It Jumbo are serious about winning the TDF they need to all be helping him and not attacking for fun. Look at Us Postal and Sky, heck, I remember seeing Cav pulling on flat stages back in 2012. I mean they are up against potentially the greatest rider ever in Pogi. They need to seriously think about getting some new sports directors in...
He seems very humble, and not the type to do that. But yes he should.
 
It I were Jonas I would be going mad on the radio. It Jumbo are serious about winning the TDF they need to all be helping him and not attacking for fun. Look at Us Postal and Sky, heck, I remember seeing Cav pulling on flat stages back in 2012. I mean they are up against potentially the greatest rider ever in Pogi. They need to seriously think about getting some new sports directors in...

Lance won by five minutes almost every year.

In 2005, he finally realised that maybe it wasn't necessary to deny his teammates all freedom and they won two stages (Hincapie and Savoldelli) from breaks.
 
My God Wout, you actually have a chance at winning with Trek probably wanting to drop the real sprinters and then you do this (again).

Jakobsen and Ewan definitely won't survive, maybe Groenewegen does. Philipsen probably will.

Morkov the only one dropped right now.