Wow good result from João Almeida in 4th place! Looking forward to see how he fares in GC
Awkwardly placed on the calendar. Many of the World's riders prefer the Vuelta even if they don't finish it. It's good prep at the right time. Bit of a shame for Utah as the route seems good.Such a weak field for a HC-race. Take out Hermans and there is no top 100-rider (UCI, CQ, PCS, all you like) present.
I'm watching on Eurosport since I can't use the Tour Tracker (georestricted). But try a different browser possibly.Is anyone else having problems with the tour tracker? I can watch it fine in the small screen, but if I make it full screen, it inevitable freezes within a minute.
Video of the crash, I think it wasn't an EF guy.Exciting finish. Avila should have surfed s bit longer. Big crash at the finish looked like an EF guy in the barriers.
Yeah that's true, with big teams and big riders stages like today would be controlled up until the last kms which makes an exciting stage boring. I hope we'll see some new emerging talents like last year with Sepp Kuss.Wow. That's a hard mountain. Pity the start list for the race. But sometimes lesser start list riders make for more fun races.
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