Stephen wrote:So what happened last night then? I couldn't stay up to watch the finish and I'm a bit p155ed off with SBS who cannot seem to get their highlights video up on their site before 7:30 am. You click the link, watch the ad then get a message saying that this video is unavailable. Its happened 2 days in a row. I have to leave for work before then and I do not have the luxury of watching videos in this new job.
Anyway, it seems that that Orica-Greenedge just can't offer the same level of support to Goss that Greipel is getting from his team. They must be regretting their failure to secure Renshaw. Greipel is looking awesome and his team is delivering him to the line perfectly. Goss tried to go very early, I suppose he needed to try something new, but in the end Greipel went around him like he was standing still.
And who caused the crash? I can't find much info on that but one rider suggested in was Pettachi.
cn wrote:Also going under the knife was Movistar's Jose Rojas who crashed in the same incident. The Spaniard sustained a triple facture to his clavicle. A plate with eight screws was required to repair two of the fractures, while the third was held in place by one screw. Rojas is optimistic that he can be riding on Saturday with an eye to the London Olympic Games.
We've found small children aren't that accommodating for parents who go to bed at 2am either ...
MattyP wrote:I'm not watching sprint stages this year. Needs to have a certain level of 'lumpiness' to keep my interest. Looking forward to the weekend though!
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