Vuelta a España 2020: Stage 4 (Garray - Ejea de los Caballeros, 191.7 km)

Between PN & TA, between Dauphiné & Suisse, there's usually always at least one potentially interesting stage per day.
Not today.
How about silly breakaway win and lazy Vuelta sprint trains? Maybe too early.
 
Anyone but Ewan mugging Bennett in the last 100m please

I am happy to inform you that that will definitely not happen!

With all the courses on offer at the moment, who knows if someone has successfully completed Ewan's "Perfect symmetry: How to finish first on sprint stages and dead last, when there's any slightly difficult climb, while simultaneously destroying your teamates legs and patience in the process (includes special appearances by Bryan Coquard and Andrea Guardini)"?
 
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With all the courses on offer at the moment, who knows if someone has successfully completed Ewan's "Perfect symmetry: How to finish first on sprint stages and dead last, when there's any slightly difficult climb, while simultaneously destroying your teamates legs and patience in the process (includes special appearances by Bryan Coquard and Andrea Guardini)"?
Guardini would have missed the time cut at Arrate. It'd be like Cipo's attempts at the Vuelta, only Guardini would have actually been trying.
 
With all the courses on offer at the moment, who knows if someone has successfully completed Ewan's "Perfect symmetry: How to finish first on sprint stages and dead last, when there's any slightly difficult climb, while simultaneously destroying your teamates legs and patience in the process (includes special appearances by Bryan Coquard and Andrea Guardini)"?
Hi there

 
If there's another Covid-season the lesson to be learned is that there are not enough top level guys for three months of compressed racing. Most of the riders are just hurt, tired, can't be bothered anymore...
 

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