Third overall isn't quite what Nairo Quintana was hoping for at the start of the Tour de France, but he says he's content with the result
On a day that Nairo Quintana almost abandoned the Tour, the Colombian instead rides his way onto the podium with two days remaining.
After losing over one minute to Chris Froome in the Tour's uphill time trial, Nairo Quintana concedes that he'll have to race for a podium
Time is running out for Quintana to be a factor in the overall at the Tour de France. Movistar admits its a very complicated proposition.
Chris Froome has a comfortable lead but nothing is guaranteed in the high mountains of the Alps.
Nairo Quintana contends that there have been few good opportunities to attack Froome, that he'll try to isolate the leader in the Alps.
Nairo Quintana has yet to make a race-changing move in this Tour, which leaves some wondering if he has the legs to do so.
The two-time winner held a lead of nearly 2 minutes entering Monday's stage 16.
Sergio Henao aims to deny his friend Nairo Quintana a first-ever Tour de France win
Nairo Quintana is nearly three minutes down on GC, but he's optimistic about his chances to reclaim time on Alpine terrain