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Froome is one of the dozen yet to respond with reference to the Cycling News story on Twitter but he did have time to tweet about his meal at the Marble restaurant in Johannesburg.
Vasil Kiryienka: Belarusian competitor, who is not currently active on Twitter. Christian Knees: German rider, a regular tweeter but who has not posted on the matter.
Mikel Landa: Spanish team member, not a regular poster and has not tweeted since 23 February. Ian Stannard: British rider, an irregular tweeter who has not posted since late February.
Lukasz Wisniowski: Polish rider, another whose account has been inactive since 23 February. I've known him a long time and I wouldn't want anyone else leading teamsky.
Team Ineos. This article is more than 3 years old. Guardian sport. Wrong again. Stannard went away with a terrible trio of Stijn Vandenbergh, Tom Boonen, and Niki Terpstra with 40km to go, and with a chase group not far behind, was able to jump aboard the Quick-Step train as his three rivals put the hammer down to distance the field.
The year-old was on the back foot, and Boonen, Terpstra, and Vandenbergh knew it. Stannard hung tough, responded when he needed to, and finally made his move with three kilometers to go, drawing out last-man-standing Terpstra.
He duly dispatched the Dutchman with aplomb in the final sprint, taking his second-straight Omloop victory. Even the most stalwart anti-Sky spectator would have to tip the hat for what that almost unfathomable win really is — a tenacious and tactical masterstroke that socked one to the Quick-Step kings of.
It was a victory forged in old-school racing acumen rather than nutritional interventions and a bus full of personalized pillows.