Ineos recovers the roller

The victory of Dylan Van Baarle demonstrated the great moment of form of the British team at the start of the season and waiting for the great tours to arrive.


In Year I after Froome, the Ineos team seems not to miss the rider who led them to glory for much of the 2010s, with victories at Giro, Vuelta and their four Tour de France generals. Or that's what the results of Sir Dave Brailsford's squad in this first leg of the season show.

Despite being a team in which the figure of a great sprinter does not stand out to fight for victories in sprints, Ineos is the third team that has won the most victories so far this season with a total of 10 victories, only surpassed by the Deceuninck Quick-Step, with 13, and by the Jumbo-Visma, with 11, according to data from ProCyclingStats.

Y is that Ineos has achieved these victories imposing numerous styles within the peloton. At the Estrella de Bessèsges, with a more aggressive and attacking way of running, they won two stages with Filippo Ganna and brushed the general with Kwiatkowski. An aggressiveness that they also demonstrated in the Tour de la Provence with the triumph of Iván Ramiro Sosa at Mont Ventoux and in the general, with Egan Bernal third.However, the arrival of the UCI World Tour races has brought out the potential that Ineos treasures. In the time of the UAE Tour Filippo Ganna once again demonstrated his dominance and in the Volta a Catalunya it was Rohan Dennis who pulverized the time before Adam Yates imposed his law in Vallter 2000 and Ineos recovered the train in the peloton to retain the leadership de Yates, well flanked overall by Richie Porte and Geraint Thomas in an image for team history.

After the stage triumph of Ethan Hayter, one of the young promises of the team, Ineos has shown that it can shine in the next classics in Flanders and the Ardennes after the exhibition this Wednesday of Dylan Van Baarle in Across Flanders and to get out The thorn in what happened in Milan-San Remo, when Tom Pidcock and Michal Kwiatkowski (who ran injured) failed to finish off the great work of the team in the final stretch. Despite the threat of the Jumbo-Visma, the UAE Emirates of Pogacar and the voracious hunger of the Deceuninck Quick-Step in search of stages, Ineos continues to show that they can still impose their roller again in the peloton ... even before they their leaders fight for the grand tours.

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