Canada has qualified only one berth in the men's road race for the London Olympics and Canadian team officials have yet to say who will fill that spot. It would be a shock of the highest order if it didn't go to Hesjedal, easily Canada's most recognizable cyclist on the world stage. The guy had a top-10 finish in the Tour de France two years ago and another in the top-20 last year and will be the featured rider in the 2012 Tour for Garmin-Cervelo. What more does a rider named Ryder need to do to prove himself worthy of representing Canada in London? The London Games road race is just six days after the end of the 2012 Tour de France, but Hesjedal shouldn't be bothered by the short turnaround - after all, it's the same for the other Tour cyclists who will also represent their countries at London.