Tour de Wallonie sprint finishes

I'm pretty sure Jakobsen just survived the hills today and Groenewegen didn't.
And yesterday Groenewegen survived the hills and Jakobsen didn't? The two guys with the best lead out trains alternated getting boxed right out of the top 10 on the first 2 finishes, then seemed to have no trouble winning when the other wasn't there at all on the last 2 finishes? Maybe it is a coincidence after a crash which nearly cost one his life and the other a huge dent in his reputation, and cost each one an entire season, but if it was intentional it's probably a good idea.
 
And yesterday Groenewegen survived the hills and Jakobsen didn't? The two guys with the best lead out trains alternated getting boxed right out of the top 10 on the first 2 finishes, then seemed to have no trouble winning when the other wasn't there at all on the last 2 finishes? Maybe it is a coincidence after a crash which nearly cost one his life and the other a huge dent in his reputation, and cost each one an entire season, but if it was intentional it's probably a good idea.
I don't see how it even matters that much. If there is a gentlemens agreement I doubt it's gonna continue for long, unless you wanna be concerned and call it matchfixing.
 
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