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"Tour de Suisse is a tough race that will enable me to evaluate my form and decide on my progamme. At the moment, Vuelta a Espana is the most likely possibility. The Tour de France will depend on how I feel."

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30.05.2016 @ 18:08 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Jean-Christophe Péraud, 2nd in Tour de France 2014, will participate in the GP des Cantons d’Argovie (Swi), June 9).

 

Peraud was forced to abandon after a crash in stage 3 of Giro d’Italia (May 9). He  suffered  from a cranial trauma, a facial trauma with loss of consciousness, various bruises and dermabrasion on upper and lower limbs. 

 

After the one-day race,  will take part  in the Tour de Suisse (June 11-19). His schedule will be defined after these two races. He coud participate in the Tour of Poland (July 12-18), Tour de l’Ain (August 10-13) and the Vuelta a Espana (August 20- September 11).

 

His participation in the Tour de France (July 2-24) will be discussed after Tour de Suisse.

 

"I spent hard times after the crash," he said. "I am now ready and happy to compete again. I am totally recovered. I started to  train on May 18 and now I need to race

 

"Tour de Suisse is a tough race that will enable me to evaluate my form and decide on my progamme. At the moment, Vuelta a Espana is the most likely possibility. The Tour de France will depend on how I feel."

 

"We are pleased with Jean-Christophe Peraud’s comeback," manager Eric Bouvat said. "Doctor Eric Bouvat, our medical director, totally reassured us about his ability to reach a high level in the next weeks. After the Tour de Suisse, we will meet and decide on his programme.

Participation in the Tour de France depends on his form and ability to help Romain Bardet and the team in the mountain stages."

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