Well the GC is going right down to the wire and it all hinges on tomorrow's Time Trial in Grenoble. Cadel can win this year's tour with a strong time trial and if he's able to recover from the last two torturous days he should be able to take a minute from the Schlecks to ride past them to the top spot on the podium on Sunday in Paris. As we all know, Cadel CAN time trial. His doctor commented on Twitter last night that Cadel is the best he has seen at recovering and backing up day after day and that he wouldn't have any trouble repeating his Lauteret to Galibier efforts today. How right he was, despite his mechanical problem early in the race, which forced him back from the breakaway to the peloton, Cadel was able to single-handedly ride himself (and Frank Schleck!!) back to the front of the race. Two days in a row he's had to do all his own work to keep himself in contention and hopefully he'll be able to stump up again in Grenoble to create history for Australian and world cycling. Hopefully he will be able to put all the naysayers to bed, once and for all.