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Rinaldo Nocentini of Ag2r expects a strong return to compatition on a perfectly suitable route of GP Lugano on Sunday, with GP Camaiore and the Roma Maxima being his first serious goals following his accident in the Tour Mediterraneen. 

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01.03.2014 @ 15:43 Posted by Aleksandra Górska

Rinaldo Nocentini claims that a broken hand, consequence of a crash he suffered on the first stage of the Tour Mediterraneen in not enough to break his spirit, neither foul up his ambitions, and thus the Italian Ag2r leader expects a strong return to racing coming with the GP Lugano on Sunday and claims to fight for a top sport from the very beginning.

 

The experienced Ag2r-La Mondiale rider will certainly, against all the odds, try to excel on the testy course of the GP Lugano 2014 edition, as the route is perfectly suited to his characteristics.

“I was participating in only two races, so at this level of preparation I didn’t lose much, almost nothing,” Nocentini told Arrezo Notizie

 

“Unfortunately cycling with a broken hand forced me to ride with a slightly different position and thus my body had suffered. I do not want to waste any more time, even today I trained five hours and I wanted to push.”

 

A fall is not enough to stop their ambitions . This is what Rinaldo Nocentini think that , despite a broken hand remedied during the first stage of the Tour of the Mediterranean , is ready to get back in the saddle and fight for prominent placements .

 

The experienced rider Ag2r La Mondiale will be busy today in the GP Lugano , 2014, a challenging race , which is well suited to the characteristics of the Arezzo area . "I was still only two days, so at the level of preparation I lost little, almost nothing - refers to arezzonotizie - Unfortunately cycling with a broken hand forced me to ride with a different posture and also the physique has suffered. I do not want to waste any time , even today I trained five hours and I wanted to push .”

 

The 26-year old Italian reveals that even tough he indeed intends to push from his very return to the competition, his first real goals will arrive with the GP Camaiore, Roma Maxima and the following Tirreno-Adriatico, in which Nocentini recorded very respectable results last season.

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