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Giro Stage 9 Preview

The big time trial stage, only now without the big time triallist Tom Dumoulin. It’s the chance for Primo˛ Roglic to take the stage and put time into this rivals, and a chance for us to see how his form is holding up. Ewan’s turn: winning is portrayed as joyous but often for a pro […]...


Giro Stage 8 Preview

A sprint stage or a breakaway Probably a breakaway day, and watch out for the final 2okm which are harder than they look. Athletic Bilbao: a stage raced hard from start to finish. It took an hour for a move to go but it wasn’t to the peloton’s liking and so it was pulled back […]...


Team Sky’s Finances

Team Sky’s accounts for the year ending 2018 have been published and if they’re Ineos today, the company behind it all remains the same so here’s a closer look at their most recent accounts and budget, another record year. Team Budget = £38 million Team Sky’s budget was £38,016,000, up 10% on the previous year […]...


Giro Stage 7 Preview

A day for a breakaway before the uphill finish in L’Aquila. Stage 6 Review: cycling can be such a long sport that a six hour race is short, that one day racing is intense. In a grand tour it’s three weeks and so long that you willingly surrender the lead and finally Primo˛ Roglic managed […]...


Giro Stage 6 Preview

Sprint or breakaway A long stage and the hilly finish could open up the stage while the grim weather continues. Stage 5 Review: Tom Dumoulin took to the start but abandoned and the presence of team mate Louis Vervaeke in the breakaway suggested Dumoulin’s abandon was likely. The rest of the stage was ridden under […]...


Giro Stage 5 Preview

A short 140km stage with a finishing circuit and a likely sprint. Stage 4 Review: why such a long stage Because it’s the Giro d’Italia and so it must tour Italy. You could have 80km stages every day but that’s still no guarantee of action and the race would hardly cover any ground. A breakaway […]...


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