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"We expect Orica and OPQS to be in front of us on the finish line. But anyway, our boys are ready to fight and I think we will be able to improve our result from last year.”

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20.09.2014 @ 19:28 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Tinkoff-Saxo don't belong to the favourites for the World Championships team time trial but they line up a powerful roster spearheaded by Michael Rogers, Manuele Boaro and Daniele Bennati. The team aim to improve on last year's result.

 

Saturday morning, the Tinkoff-Saxo team time trial delegation consisting of Nicolas Roche, Michael Rogers, Daniele Bennati, Chris Juul-Jensen, Manuele Boaro and Michael Valgren did the final preparations for tomorrow’s World Championships.

 

DS Philippe Mauduit says:

 

“This morning we’ll ride on the closed course and we will be able to test the corners with more safety regarding traffic. We know other teams have asked some of their riders to abandon the Vuelta to do a training camp especially to prepare for the Worlds TTT so we expect Orica and OPQS to be in front of us on the finish line. But anyway, our boys are ready to fight and I think we will be able to improve our result from last year.”

 

The race takes place on a 57.1 kilometer long course in Ponferrada, Spain. Last year, the team finished 9th.

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