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Dr Hutch

atching on TV as a star rider drops out of the group of leaders on a climb has a very special agony. I don’t know if there is anything else like it in sport. Depending on your feelings about the rider involved, there is the thrilling/horrifying moment when the elastic snaps. And then there is the long, slow death.

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