Contador retains relaxed approach ahead of Dauphine race of truth

It's fair to say that Alberto Contador (Trek-Segafredo) has had mixed results when racing against the clock in the Criterium du Dauphine. In short bursts – prologues and short time trials that max out around 10-kilometers – the Spaniard has more than held his own. But when the distances nudge over the 20-kilometre mark things start to go awry.

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