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    Default Movistar: The Least Expected Day documentary

    Pardon if this is posted elsewhere, but definitely worth watching imho. Surprising candor behind the scenes and I enjoyed listening to the Carapaz segments. Itís on Netflix.

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    Really entertaining.
     

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    I thought it was decent. Interesting look into the team’s dynamics, but I thought the editing was a little incoherent to be broken up into as many episodes as it was. A feature-length production would have suited my viewing habits a little better.
     

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    ^^ agree. Editing could have been a bit more cohesive.

    Also wish they included more workings from supporting team personnel, mechanics, chefs, soigneurs, etc.
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    This was fun for me. I think I lost a bit in translation and I would have enjoyed more discussions about ideal team strategy that would have given a little context to the chaos. But all in, I liked it and hope we get more. Now Lance last night...
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    I liked the length of the episodes, good to watch on the trainer in current circumstances...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJB View Post
    This was fun for me. I think I lost a bit in translation and I would have enjoyed more discussions about ideal team strategy that would have given a little context to the chaos. But all in, I liked it and hope we get more. Now Lance last night...
    I hope to be able to watch that 30 on 30 soon. I just found out that I don’t have ESPN!
     

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