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The Italian rider will embark on his sixth year with the team and will form part of the core group of riders that will tackle next season's challenges, focusing on his time-trial skills and his dedicated team work

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04.09.2015 @ 16:02 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Tinkoff-Saxo is pleased to announce that Manuele Boaro will continue with the team in the next season. Boaro turned professional in 2011 by signing a contract with the team and since then he has formed part of its core group of riders. So far in 2015, Boaro was just one second shy of overall victory at the Circuit Cycliste Sarthe and played an important support role in Alberto Contador's victory at the Giro d'Italia.


For Boaro, renewing with Tinkoff-Saxo is a great pleasure. "I'm happy to continue with the team that has believed in me and my abilities since 2011. My main goal for 2016 is to keep improving and build upon what I achieved this year. I will give my best so that Tinkoff-Saxo remains at the top levels of professional cycling and will work hard to win at smaller races and support our leaders in the season's main challenges", commented Boaro.  
 
Steven de Jongh, Head Sport Director of Tinkoff-Saxo, is pleased to see Boaro having his contract renewed and considers he really deserved it. "We hope Boaro will keep developing his time-trial skills. It is a good discipline for him and if he further matures, he could win time-trial stages or prologues in races such as the Tour of Denmark or Eneco Tour", commented de Jongh.

"In addition, during the Giro d'Italia this year, he showed he was a committed team member. He worked hard to support Alberto Contador and the squad when it was needed and I consider this to be important in a rider. It is still too early to talk about his racing program for 2016 but he will be a rider to be reckoned with", concluded de Jongh.

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