Tour de France 2015 - stage 14
  • Julius Cobbett

    From what I read yesterday, it would seem the cycling god is British. Sorry for you Sagan.

  • Ron

    A great talent. Obviously on great form. Abit of me wonders whether he feels like the son that cannot please his father (His father being Oleg in this case). Either way, he deserves the Green jersey and any wins coming his way.

  • Derek Maher

    Peter Sagan is having a good Tour.Now if he could only motivate the break away groups a little more he might deny the peloton over running him with the big sprinters.Still he holds the green jersey with pride.

  • Tobi

    As much as I feel for him and like to see him going into breaks and
    stuff, I can’t help thinking that, if he concentrated on a few selected
    stages and saved energy on the others, he would have got his win(s) by
    now. Yes, his prodigal abilities mean he can go for almost every stage
    but it seems you’ve got to make sacrifices. In his case numerous top-ten

    • Peter

      It seems to me he has the ability with each breakaway he is in, he just needs to tweak his tactical nous a wee little bit. He zipped up to Greipel in Stage 5 – was going faster than Greipel at the end, so it was just a matter of his timing being slightly off. If he can get those little tweaks of timing and split-second decisions right, he can win much more often.

  • pedr09

    Jesus Peter, it’s not god mate, it’s just you and your bike out there giving the rest of them hell.

  • Stefano Ferro

    Sagan, great job again, unfortunately it did not work out as planned but being on the TDF podium so many time is not everybody’s achievement. I am sure the sponsor is very happy with him as well. Every morning I open the app to see who won the previous day and…ouch second Saga(i)n

  • Ralph

    Sagan seems to be channelling Valentino Rossi in his tdf media appearances.. cheeky and half understandable


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