Tour de France Section 14 || Molma wins in Quillen; Woods Israel Startup conquers the climbers’ rankings – running, cycling, triathlon, swimming
צ פ ו | Summary of Section 14
1. The daily stage, which lasted 183 hikes and included five graded ascents (but relied on a long descent to Quilan), seemed pre-tailored for escape. .
2. Finally, the escape group shared 14 riders. Michael Woods From Israel Start-up Water Falls from the Bahrain-Merida group, who started the 3rd and 4th places in the climbers ‘rank (the polka dot shirt) fought among themselves at the top of each summit, with a defined goal – to collect as many points as possible in my parents’ heads to strengthen the polka dot package.
3. The cat-and-mouse man between the two — with sprints reaching the crossing line of each summit — the two remained almost balanced after the penultimate ascent. After that, Woods – whose descent skills are one of the worst in the professional world – decided why he was particularly involved in the descent and his terrible entry into a winding path down the slope, slipped and fell..
4. Woods immediately got to his feet and sat back on his bike bruised and pastripe. His pants are torn and his left elbow is swollen and bleeding. The escape group continued without him. From here, Woods was forced, despite his poor descent abilities down the slope, to chase.
5. Luckily for Woods, the passion up front was not too great and managed to catch up with the escape group about 40 center finishes.
6. The 34-year-old Dutchman, Molma, is one of the best and least appreciated riders in the professional field. He finished no less than six times in the top ten in the Grand Tour, three of them in the Tour de France. His previous stage victory in the Tour de France, he also escapes, in 2017. Molma also won the mountain classics of the Giro de Lombardy, and San Sebastian – high-quality classic races with many ascents, which actually end in a descent – just like the stage today.
7. When Molma attacked on the descent, no one in the escape group responded. GodWho knew he had tens of miles left on his own, and probably estimated that he would get tired and get caught on the ascent. But Molma widened the gap up front, and I got the investment of a minute and a half before the start of the last ascent.
8. In the recent rise, it is clear that Michael Woods has received good advice in her ears. He gave up our belief in victory (which, again, required a drop to the finish – something Woods was particularly weak at) and focused on collecting points at the final summit of the stage. An account that pushed ahead most of the day, he decided he was waiting patiently, and settled mine mine in a bunch of four chasing Molma.
9. Molma crossed the last peak performed of about a minute on Woods’ bunch. Woods jumped from third place and accelerated to the top line. He took the secondary points on the mountain (after Mulma took the summit) and reserved his place at the top of the climb climbers for tomorrow.
10. Winning the polka dot mountain shirt is winning the first-ranked shirt for the Israel Start-up Nation Group in the Tour de France (a company has already won the short-lived overall shirt at the Giro d’Italia), and a significant milestone. The company will from now on make every effort to the end of the rankings of the ranks, to leave the dotted shirt on the back of the Canadian Woods, so that he can ride with it proudly all the way to the Champs Elysees.
11. Today before the first Pyrenees operation in Andorra, in the candidate stores in the ranking everything nothing happened. It was also noticeable that the aid teams of the leading candidates are guarding the mountainous advertising forces that are yet to come. He did not make even the slightest attempt to close the gap from the escape group, when Guillaume Martan (in the escape), accumulated the realization of time and promoted himself to second place in the overall ranking. The leaders seem convinced of their ability to take back from Martan many minutes in stages workers will come.
12. Phase 15 Tomorrow will be a mountainous trek west entering the Pyrenees, with four graded ascents (three in difficulty rating 1, one in difficulty rating 2). But sometime tomorrow, the phase will end with a 15-place drop to Andorra. Taday Fugacher, It is very worthwhile to also have an idea of how and by whom to make use of the 15 areas of the descent to Andorra.
13. Attempts by Yombo-Wisma or Inaus groups to advertise riders ahead of the escape should not be taken into account, so that they could later assist Winggord (Yubmo-Wisma) or Carapaz (Inaus) in the final and descent to Andorra. The chances of such attempts were very much related to the pace of the race at first, and a UAE team player to keep the escape within reasonable range. Logically to the Spanish border, a Spanish team like Mobistar, which has so far done nothing in the current column, may be a key candidate to join such a move.
14. Either way – welcome to the Pyrenees.
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