Almost 3 weeks till the start of the Giro, so I guess he should be good to go. Likely not in top shape in the first week but he might be very helpful later in the race.Good news. Ciccone should resume training soon.Sul suo profilo Twitter Giulio rassicura tifosi e appassionati di ciclismo: i sintomi del coronavirus sono scomparsi. L'abruzzese spera di riprendere presto gli allenamenti. Buone notizie per lo Squalowww.gazzetta.it
2016 he was attacking whenever the idea crossed his mind, stages to Roccaraso, Corvara, Andalo, just to get dropped later in the process.Peaking for week 3 is obvious, but I don't think he specifically plans to not do anything until that. He attacked Rocassaro in 2016 only to get dropped by Dumoulin lol.
It's not like that Slongo approach is always working though. Losing time early in gt's has been a huge problem for Nibali and usually him being sh*t in the first week has a strong correlation with him being absolutely nowhere in the prep races.He was decent in Lombardia was he not. Unless there's been some hidden illness I think we're just witenssing the Slongo apporach. I'm not gonna get worried until he's actually dropped badly in the giro.
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