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“I could go further”

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Sarnano Sassotetto, 10th March 2018 - "I could dare more - says Domenico Pozzovivo, today 12th with only 6" from the stage winner the Spaniard Mikel Landa - but I thought that Team Sky would have taken over the fugitives. The Geraint Thomas’s mechanical  problem...

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Another French win at Stage 6 at Paris Nice

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Vence, Friday 9th March - Long climbing stage from Sisteron to Vence took the riders 198 km through the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and the Alpes-Maritimes. Surrounded by an extremely picturesque view all along with some snow still at some road sides. After 4 climbs Cat2 the most challenging climb Cat 1...

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First exam passed

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Trevi, 9th March 2018 - "It was an important stage both because it was the longest one and then because was an uphill finish - explains Head of Performance Paolo Slongo - and I must say that the team responded as we expected". "The team worked...

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Unpredictable stage 5 at Paris Nice

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Sisteron,  Thursday 8th March – At the start of Stage 5 at the Boulevard Nostradamus in Salon-de-Provence no one could have predicted - not even Nostradamus - what would the conclusion of today's stage look like. Today's stage was 165 km long with 4 climbs and one long and...

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Tomorrow: finisseur or climber?

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Follonica, 8th March 2018 - A fairly quite stage today at the Tirreno-Adriatico. Only in the Follonica’s final circuit the race was suddenly animated with a sprint finish won by the German Marcel Kittel. "It was the classic stage for sprinters - explains Kristijan Koren -...

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