I'm going to be rooting for Buchmann, Valverde and Pinot in the overall, Greipel and Sagan for the sprints.
They're currently at 15 km to go.Looks to me like this stage will be a breakaway crossing the line, I don't know if they can get the sprinters in position after all the climbs. This tour can be stopped because of the virus at any time, it doesn't look good.
Sagan seldomly wins sprints like this one, uphill sprints or slightly hilly stages are his best chances to win.Kristoff is a sneaky one, I had hopes for Peter Sagan but he will be in a green jersey soon with any luck
Sagan seldomly wins sprints like this one, uphill sprints or slightly hilly stages are his best chances to win.
Sagan should be the favorite for the green due to his consistency, some of the sprinters are going to give up during the mountain stages.
He's won the green in 7 of his 8 TdF starts, would be 8 if not for the DSQ in 2017.
That was a weird sprint though, Sagsn was way out front but Caleb Ewan came from like 10th to first on the last few meters.
Wout van Aert wins again, Boasson Hagen and Coquard complete the podium.
Sagan didn't look good once again and finished 13th but he got enough points to re-take the green.
Yep, time trial is the 20th stage so Quintana would probably have to be at least 30 seconds ahead before it to have a shot at the overall victory.Now that would be interesting, they always talk about him, if he can hang tight in GC through time trial and into the late mountain stages.
Yep, time trial is the 20th stage so Quintana would probably have to be at least 30 seconds ahead before it to have a shot at the overall victory.
There is still no clear favorite. Team Ineos is not as dominant as they were from 2012-2019.
Pinot is out of it though