If only the Colombian had won

First big day, first twinkle of the GC battle and it’s hard to see any other outcome other than Chris Froome dominating it. Quintana was my man today, it was a shame to see him lose out on the stage win, his riding style and general panache on the bike made me instantly admire him. I think, it could be possible that one could show their personality by the way they ride. Well the alien robot destroyed him anyway, he destroyed everyone to be honest. Incredible. Long way to go. Could even be a one two scenario again.

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