Jumbo ends the hegemony of Ineos

We do not know if Bernal will have a problem, but I think it has been a bad planning of Ineos within the year that we are living.

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The control of the Jumbo on the stage was absolute. They have ended the hegemony of Ineos that we were experiencing in recent years, reflected in the collapse of Bernal. Although I was also surprised by Quintana, since both were very low in the Grand Colombier when there were still about twenty riders in the group. We already saw before the Tour that Bernal was not the one from last year, both he and his team. We do not know if it will have a problem, but I think it has been a bad planning within the year that we are living. In any case, what has happened to the two Colombians I have not seen in great leaders for a long time.

Roglic and Pogacar are the two riders who can win this Tour de France. They are above the rest and haven't had a bad day. Without fan day, perhaps Pogacar was ahead in qualifying. At this point there are two decisive stages for the general, the one on Wednesday and the time trial on Saturday. Landa and Mas were very good today, perhaps the Spaniard did not have much confidence at the start of the Tour but he is taking it. It is difficult for either of them to reach the podium, but the feeling that Mas gives me for the future is very good.

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