2017:13,8 km@8,1%---38:50---average speed 21.32 km/h(Thibaut Pinot)
---38:55---average speed 21.28 km/h(Pozzovivo-Zakarin)
---39:00---average speed 21.23 km/h(Jungels-A.Yates-Quintana-Mollema-Nibali-Hirt)
---39:25---average speed 21.01 km/h(Mikel Landa)
1998:13,8 km@8,1%---36:20---average speed 22.79 km/h(Marco Pantani)
Any hint about the Grappa Velon data? I've been the only one wondering how is it that Tom's watts are very similar to Nibali's. I can't understand that. A typo? Even if flat stretches were included, and that makes the power output a bit more similar, the difference in weight between Nibali and Dumoulin should mean that's pretty much impossible that they climb at the same speed some 8.5 km at nearly 8% with a ~1.5% difference in final average wattage.
Could you notice something different in very situation during that part of the race? Am I losing something, like with the Oropa missing second?
Thank you for any insight.
I'm not convinced in Velon's data accuracy so I can't comment.
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