Thanks for the heads-up! That's why they need to change the flag... too confusing when skimming over small thumbnails on start-lists!
I was quite impressed, Andrew. At first I thought to myself, 'that sounds quite like Cadel Evans, but he's too coherent to be him,' and then it hit home. That said, I mentioned this on Twitter - that Cadel's performance at least meant Australia's men didn't go away empty handed from the race - and some guy tore me apart.
He said: "Proves that a palmares, not eloquence, needed to satisfy some cycling fans. He didn't string a coherent sentence together."
I replied: "I thought he was pretty good compared to how his post-race interviews used to go. Passionate and insightful."
He then replied: "Passionate and insightful definitely, struggled to finish sentences in coherent manner. It was like he was chasing every attack."
So I guess you can't please 'em all. Sure, he was no Matt Stephens or Dan Lloyd when it came to high-brow commentary, but he certainly added something worthy to the pot - and was far better at speaking than when he was riding.
Just missing Simon Gerrans in third place +5