why are there no Indian long distance runners dhonisgland
Anyone following the Vuelta? Looks a particularly sadistic profile this year - people burning out and even big favourites cracking on the first climb - could be a hell of a retirement count by the time we get to the Angliru, never mind Madrid.
I can't see anyone having the legs to win this after a full Tour - so Nibali and Wiggins by that logic ought to be there on that count - but these hills could do anything.
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^ Looking a decent call right now with Brad in Red and Nibali third.
This must be the first time we've had a British one-two at any stage in a Grand Tour.
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