I don’t think I paced myself well – I should have saved some of yesterday’s analytical thoughts for today. Today – the day after the ITT that meant little, unless someone fell off or it rained (which I didn’t wish for, don’t get me wrong).
Wiggo showed us that he really can TT (which we kinda knew already) – beating the times of Christopher Froome and Moois Leon Sanchez, not only winning the stage but increasing his lead in the yellow jersey comp.
And to be honest, a drinking competition to the mentions of the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Chartres (#drink!), when the stage finished in Chartres for every rider in the field, probably wasn’t the best idea I’ve had.
Although we saw no Vache of any kind at all on this stage, I couldn’t resist snapping some moments to share with you.
The obligatory Field Art showed us fields and fields of wheat – and not a cow in sight.
The “Shiny Shiny” (but not as “Shiny Shiny” as last year’s) Astana TT skin suit.
and BMC multi-tasking team manager John Lelangue was shown doing what he does best, everything!
I’ve been enjoying reading some of the commentary floating about on the Team Sky/Wiggins/Froome situation.
And Jens Voigt
The Australian Financial Review’s take on it
But at the end of the day I guess this photo says it all … (including ewwww)
- “Ready to Go” – Panic! At the Disco – the starting house, the countdown, the beginning of the TT
- “This is Gonna Be Good” – Randy Newman
- “Happiness” – Sam Sparro
- The Real Things” – Russell Morris a tribute to Wiggo.
Wonder what we’ll find to chat about tomorrow?