Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team | ST2: Vuelta a San Juan :: San Juan – San Juan (128 KM)
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ST2: Vuelta a San Juan :: San Juan – San Juan (128 KM)

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“I entered the roundabout in third place – said Valerio Agnoli – but the two riders in front of me slipped and found myself on the ground, too. “

The Italian rider raised immediately getting to the finish line in San Juan with the first group. “Luckily I only have a few bruises on my right hip and elbow. It’s part of the game, tomorrow I’ll be normally at the start”.

The second stage finished, as planned, with a bunch sprint won by the Belgian Tom Boonen with our Ramunas Navardauskas in sixth place.

The race was characterized by the constant wind that in the last kilometers facilitated the formation of an echelon. “We were about 13 km to go – said Kanstantsin Siutsou – and the whole team was in front so we tried to make the selection. It was a good idea, the peloton broke and we got to the finish line in the top positions. “

Tomorrow the third stage with ITT of 12 km with a suitable path to specialists. “And ‘perhaps the most important stage of this Vuelta – explains sport director Paolo Slongo – we aim to do well with different men – Nibali, Navardauskas, Siutsou and Boaro – and will also serve to verify at what level is our preparation”.

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