How should Primoz Roglic and Jumbo-Visma view this Giro: as a disaster, or a learning experience?
Having started the Giro on a run of stage race success, Roglic turned from Giro favorite to being content with place on podium.
After picking up injuries in his stage 15 crash, Roglic is back to strength and looking to do more than just defend in the race's final mountain stage.
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Primoz Roglic has come under heavy fire in the mountain stages of the Giro. While the race will conclude with a time trial, there's no guarantee he'll be within striking distance of pink
Roglic forced to finish the stage on a bike too small for him when team car got caught at the back of the caravan.
"He rode well, he worked with us, unlike the previous days and that's good, we're all playing it in the same way," said Nibali, having accused Roglic of racing negatively the day before.