Tweets of the Week 2022 : Dauphine with a splash of Suisse

After a week’s hiatus, we’re back with all the best tweets from the Jumbo-dominated Dauphine as well as a few other goodies from the past week. Let’s get right to it, shall we?

I’m in a Primoz frame of mind

Wout kept the yellow jersey cozy for him, then Primoz took over when they hit the mountains. And he kept it.

I love Primoz Roglic – he’s definitely getting much more comfortable in his post-stage interviews.

But is this the stat that tells us what’s going to happen in July?

And if a rampant Roglic isn’t enough, we also have a vanquishing Vingegaard for the Tour who took the final stage of Dauphine, riding to the finish line with Rog

But what did Wout do?

Wout van Aert spent some time in the yellow jersey, before relinquishing it to Rog and wearing the green jersey he had since day one. That’s so like Wout. But he did have *one* moment in the week that was very unlike him.

If imitation is the highest form of flattery, then Alberto Bettiol obviously wants to be just like Wout!

Wout takes it all in his stride. Translation : I am happy to pass the torch to Alberto. Great tweet back from Bettiol!

Back to the Dauphine: Wout was 2sec behind the World Champ Filippo Ganna in the ITT. Two measly seconds.

He might not have won the ITT but he won a ‘holy hell! what was that?’ stage 5 with some style

Always room for little kids in Tweets of the Week.

Some Wout stats

Farewell Big Tam

Hang on, I think we’ve done this before. But this time it’s for good. And that makes us sad.

Another thing that makes us sad … Benelux, Eneco, BinckBank – whatever you want to call it, one of Midge’s favourite races got crowded out of the calendar

Taco time!

Wanty just keeps chalking up the wins.

Smooth socials, Wanty!

Reliving Tour 2021

If you’ve not had a gander at the Jumbo film from last Tour, here you are … lots of grit and panache! Makes me afroth for July

The last word



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