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"It is difficult to say. I really do not know what I will be capable of on Sunday. I will be happy if I can help "Kwiato". He is very strong, like Alaphilippe. We have a good team at the start."

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25.04.2015 @ 10:55 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

"Liège-Bastogne-Liège is a beautiful experience," said Zdenek Stybar (Etixx-Quick Step) who will ride La Doyenne in the service of his teammate Michal Kwiatkowski. "It will be important to save energy as long as possible," said the world champion who won the Amstel Gold Race.



Tomorrow Zdenek Stybar will extend his spring season. "Liège-Bastogne-Liège is a beautiful experience. I look forward to it," the Paris-Roubaix runne-up told Sporza.



"I have had this great race on my mind for a long time, even before Roubaix. I thought that I would love to do Liege- If I was still mentally and physically fresh.



"If I had been empty after Roubaix I would have put an end to my spring, but during training in Mallorca I still felt good. There I got the confirmation that I will do Liege."


What kind of performance does he expect? "It is difficult to say. I really do not know what I will be capable of on Sunday. I will be happy if I can help "Kwiato". He is very strong, like Alaphilippe. We have a good team at the start.


"I don't know what to expect from myself. After this heavy springm my condition will not be 100 percent."



Michal Kwiatkowski goes for the double after his victory in the Amstel Gold Race. "Amstel was very nice, but that race is behind us. I concentrate on my next goal, Liège-Bastogne-Liège," the world champion told Sporza.


"With the world champion's jersey is not easy to win a classic, but I have seven strong team mates. And it is still fantastic to have that rainbow jersey, I am very proud of it.


"I didn't feel fresh in Fleche Wallonne. I had probably not completely recovered from all the emotions of Amstel. Now I feel better.


"The important thing is to save energy as long as possible. The sun of the past few days has already given me energy. In recent days, the Belgian weather was surprisingly pleasant," said Kwiatkowski.



Last year, Michal Kwiatkowski rode to third place behind winner Simon Gerrans and Alejandro Valverde. "Then we sprinted with a large group," he said. "This year we will probably go to the finish with a smaller group.


"It is important to have strong teammates in the final kilometers. That is the strength of our team. The race only really starts in the last 50 kilometers. From the Côte de Wanne you have to stay focused and be in front."



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