What we learned from the 2013 Giro
MILANO, Italy -- The 96th Giro d'Italia ended Sunday after three brutal weeks that left the peloton in shreds. Only Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) seemed immune to the wind, cold, rain, and snow that pelted the pack from Napoli to Brescia.
The first week of this year's Giro was the best. With the likes of Ryder Hesjedal (Garmin-Sharp) throwing down, no one knew what to expect. But early departures from Hesjedal and later Bradley Wiggins (Sky) took the air out of the fight for the ...
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