That just happens if you are riding in the shadow of Remco....
And anyway; at 17-18, predicting future results is just very difficult. You have no idea where a rider is in his performance curve , how much roon for improvement do you have at a certain age . And at the same time it is possible Henri will not improve anymore and never be a decent pro rider. So let's hope his environment made sure there is still room for improvement.
After his exploits at the Giro Gloag is in the top 12 and finished a position behind Irishman Ryan and infront of other British Leo Hayter.
Interesting fact about Gloag and Hayter (younger brother of team Ineos rider Ethan) is just over a year ago they were teammates from VC Londres at the Junior Tour of Wales where Gloag got the better of both Hayter and Ryan.
Nice win for Ben Healy, in the last stage, solo by 1.47. He has just turned 20, won a stage of Avenir last year, was Pidcock’s main sidekick this season. He’s in the Irish WCRR team supporting Dan Martin. It will be interesting to see where he lands next year.