'I really don't see a weakness in Tom Dumoulin,' says Nairo Quintana

Nairo Quintana says he's hoping race leader Tom Dumoulin can't continue his current form as the Giro d'Italia hits the high mountains

Tom Dumoulin produced one of the best rides of his career as he put time between himself and Quintana on the summit finish to Oropa taking the stage win too.

(Image credit: Yuzuru SUNADA)

Nairo Quintana spoke frankly during the Giro d'Italia's rest day, high in the mountains above Bergamo, saying he sees "no weakness in Tom Dumoulin."

The Colombian of team Movistar will have to break the Dutch race leader's grip on the pink jersey. With five mountain stages left and the final time trial to Milan, Sunweb's Dumoulin leads by 2-41 minutes.

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