Thursday, July 25, 2019

Tour, Stage 18: Finding His Legs

We all knew it was coming.  Nairo Quintana (Movistar) had wisely placed himself in the early break so he could attack on the final climb of the day.  At one point, his team was chasing back from behind, for the life of me I can't figure that one out.  Admittedly, Quintana has cracked on all of the climbs in the Pyrennes, but it seemed that wasn't going to be the case on the Col du Galibier.  He went so quickly, no one with him could even react, let alone chase back onto his wheel.  It pleases me that my 100th watercolor of this Tour should be of Quintana setting matters to rights.

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