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Tour de France 2019: Lance Armstrong’s theory why Alaphillipe fetched his own water
If you tuned in to our recaps last summer , you know that, as commentators go, Lance Armstrong punches hard but seldom punches below the belt. Lance knows what plays. Live television does a decent job of showing you the race. But it takes Lance, George, and JB to explain what the hell just happened. Has anyone located the canon that Caleb Ewan got shot out of? My second correct pick of this Tour. I was listening to the Aussie feed and his style on the bike is not all that efficient.
France's Julian Alaphilippe of Deceuninck Quick Step team, before the 9th stage of the th edition of the Tour de France cycling race over The Tour de France is turning out to be fascinating. Before it all started, it was touted as being one of the most open races in years. On Stage 8 , one of those moments unfolded. Julian Alaphillpe wrestled back the yellow jersey pretty much on his own. At one point, the Frenchman also went to go fetch his own water bottles.
Armstrong entered sports at a young age, excelling in both swimming and cycling , and by the time he was a teenager he was competing in triathlons and swimming competitions. Before his high-school graduation the junior national team of the U. Cycling Federation had recruited him. Amateur Championships. In he turned professional when he joined the Motorola team, and one year later he became the second youngest man to win in world road racing.
One-day races and Classics. Lance Edward Armstrong born Lance Edward Gunderson ; September 18,  is an American former professional road racing cyclist , infamous for the biggest doping scandal in cycling history. At age 16, Armstrong began competing as a triathlete and was a national sprint-course triathlon champion in and In , Armstrong began his career as a professional cyclist with the Motorola team. In , he was diagnosed with a potentially fatal metastatic testicular cancer.
Lance Armstrong was critical of Tour de France leader Julian Alaphilippe this week for using a dangerous move called the "supertuck" late in his stage-three win — after which he captured the yellow jersey. Once Alaphilippe took the lead during an attack on the third of four climbs in the stage, he created a significant gap over the chasers. With about 2 miles 3. The NBCSN announcers called the move "not safe" and recommended that the audience "not do this unless you are a pro bike rider. Armstrong went on to say that his fear of the move in this situation was that Alaphilippe took it to a new level, and by using it on such a big stage, amateur riders would be attempting the stunt at home.