It looks like Sagan just narrowly missed winning back-to-back stages of the Tour de Suisse, which in itself isn't unusual. But the crazy part is that he outclimbed the best climbers yesterday, then out-sprinted all but the World Champion today. Is this kid a freak of nature?
It's been my understanding of physiology that cyclists either have the slow-twitch fibers to be good climbers or the fast-twitch ones for the sprint finish.
I really like watching Sagan race as he's always aggressive and interesting. But how does he do it??