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“I would like to dedicate this win to my wife and newborn son Ayden,” beamed Impey. “They give me extra motivation.”

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24.05.2013 @ 10:48 Posted by Lukas Knöfler

Daryl Impey put his stamp on stage two of Bayern Rundfahrt, taking his third win of the season in commanding fashion.

 

Today’s win in Germany shows that his form is back after taking a long break from racing while at home with his wife and new baby. “I would like to dedicate this win to my wife and newborn son Ayden,” beamed Impey. “They give me extra motivation.”

 

“Today was the hardest stage of the tour,” said Sport Director Laurenzo Lapage. “We knew from the beginning that we would ride for Daryl and as the stage unfolded everything was going according to plan.”

 

“The boys were excellent today,” said Impey. “They took care of me from start to finish. Clarkey did a great job setting me up for the sprint, Gerro [Simon Gerrans] was at my side all day and the rest of the boys made sure I was fuelled up right. It’s a nice win for me and the team.”

 

“The commitment from the hard working staff and riders of this team is indescribable,” added Impey. “It’s what makes this team and this win so special. Everyone is part of this victory.”

 

Although Impey hasn’t raced since Amstel Gold, he was hard at work at home and during team camp last week in Girona, Spain. “Although I was on a break, I wasn’t sitting around lazily at home,” said Impey. “My coach Quody [Marc Quod] and I have really been working hard. The camp last week was also a big help.”

 

“I am really happy with my condition at the moment,” Impey said emphatically. “We will defend the jersey tomorrow and then I will give the TT my all. Geraint [Thomas] (Team SKY) will be tough to beat, but a stage win at this point is great and the yellow jersey is a bonus.”

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