Monday, August 26, 2013

Record Breaking

Leave it to Chris to prove that age is only a number. He made an impressive attack on the final climb of today's stage to take the stage win as well as the overall lead. By doing so, he became the oldest winner of a stage and overall leader in the history of the Vuelta. There's not a lot of detail to explain. The stage was quite windy, so staying in good position was crucial as the tension in the peloton was high. The team rode very well together, and on the final climb, it was up to Chris! The team spirit is obviously high, and we're ready for the task of defending the jersey. Good night!


Scott K said...

Exciting day for Chris and the Team. Congrats to all of you! Keep riding strong. Lots of opportunities ahead.

daveR said...

you were clearly in the right place b/c of the great results for Chris, Haimar, and the team