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"We wait for tomorrow and when I look the boys I think we can do well. The terrain suits them and I think they are ready to hit the mountains to position Kiserlovski in the top of the GC."

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07.07.2015 @ 23:12 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Tinkoff-Saxo faced a sprinter’s stage in Tour of Austria and took the opportunity to save the legs before the road kicks up, as the race hits the mountains Wednesday. Team sports director Bruno Cenghialta notes that the squad of climbers is ready to fight for GC captain Kiserlovski’s chances.
 
Stage 3 of Tour of Austria was decided in a bunch sprint, where BMC’s Rick Zabel proved the fastest. Meanwhile Tinkoff-Saxo tried to use the day of somewhat lower intensity to conserve energy.
 
“In fact, it was a very easy day but hot. In the beginning three guys rode off into the breakaway and got a five-minute lead before some sprinter’s teams took up the chase. At the end, our goal was to stay put in the bunch and use the opportunity to prepare for tomorrow, where we will face a difficult challenge with the finish line on top of a 17km climb to 1650m”, tells Bruno Cenghialta, sports director of Tinkoff-Saxo.

Stage 3 presented the riders with an 181.1km parcours from Judendorf to Strassengel. The riders faced two categorized climbs in the beginning of the stage and a last climb before the finish line, where Tinkoff-Saxo’s Pawel Poljanski took part in a late attack.
 
“Today the breakaway was caught before we faced a short, final climb with about 2.5km to go. There Pawel Poljanski made a move together with a group of other riders, but BMC took over and pulled them back as we rode under the 1-kilometer marker. I would say that it was a relatively good day for us. We wait for tomorrow and when I look the boys I think we can do well. The terrain suits them and I think they are ready to hit the mountains to position Kiserlovski in the top of the GC”, finishes Bruno Cenghialta.

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