The general rule is, that if your surname is quite common, you will often (but not always) be referred to by your second family name/middle name/second first name. Sometimes you get to "choose" it yourself, but when it comes to famous athletes the media certainly plays a role as well.
Nah, esa no es una regla general. Nadie va a pedir que no usen su apellido paterno solo porque es muy comun, que locura es esa? Podra habra uno que otro caso (como Bahamontes), pero esta lejisimos de ser la regla general.
This Roglic guy has a decent sprint. Not sure he'll survive the climb though.I am struggling to think who of the sprinters may survive the 14%. Matthews and, uh, Cort going for the stage win the 'easy' way?
Ah, ok, UAE have more faith in Trentin (I guess) than I do. Well, the 4th place on the stage is now known. Sorry, JJ Rojas.
I get your point, but it goes both ways; You wouldn't refer to Bjarne Riis as Bjarne Lykkegaard, would you? Or Mikkel Honoré as Mikkel Frølich and Jakob Fuglsang as Jakob Diemer either?