I mean, it is well known that the wind shifted for later starters, but the closest later starter was Wiggins and he lost 3:30 to him. There is no way he won that TT because of the wind shift.Netserk said:As I wrote earlier, Cancellara was primarily a prologue specialist. He only won 1 long ITT in the Tour, and that was only because of favorable weather.Valv.Piti said:I'd like to know the number of time trials won by Cancellara and Martin and also how they have fared against each other. I don't really want to dig that up, but all I know is this:
Cancellara has 4 WCs against Martin's 4
Cancellara has 2 Olympics against Tony's 0
Cancellara has 6 time trials in Tour de France against Martin's 4
Thats a pretty convincing case for Cancellara IMO. Also, and this is obviously biased, but I think Cancellara has showcased a bigger level of dominance in the discipline than Martin has throughout his career. I specifically remember Cancellara immense display in Tour de Suisse in 2009.