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“I don’t want to think about my return, I just want to speed up my recuperation and we will see."

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AMETS TXURRUKA

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11.02.2015 @ 11:46 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Javier Aramendía, Amets Txurruka and Carlos Barbero won't be able to compete in the near future: Barbero and Txurruka due to their crashes at Etoile de Besseges and Aramendía as a consequence of his recent surgical intervention.


Amets Txurruka has a parcial fracture on his left clavicle. He received good news: He won't have to undergo surgery. “I don’t want to think about my return, I just want to speed up my recuperation and we will see."


Barbero has a fracture of his left radial head. His injury has a very good recovery. “I feel good, I don’t feel any pain and that is helpful for me. I am encouraged to come back and now I am just thinking about recuperating as soon as possible. Hopefully, I will be able to return to the road in mid-March to help my teammates."


Aramendia's surgery was performed on February 2 and he feels good: “Tomorrow (Wednesday) the doctors are going to remove the staples, although the main problem are the internal stitches. Furthermore, I have to be patient in my recovery. I think we have to take a good decision and I feel enthusiastic about my recuperation. If it continues like this, probably I will come back to the roads on May."

 

Caja RURAL Seguros RGA team will continue their activities after the official presentation: Vuelta a Murcia, Clasice de Almerica, Vuelta a Andalucia and Volta ao Algarve. The team has announced its line-ups:


Vuelta a Murcia: David Arroyo, Sergio Pardilla, Ricardo Vilela, José Gonçalves, Miguel Ángel Benito, Ángel Madrazo y Eduard Prades
Clasica de Almeria: David Arroyo, Sergio Pardilla, Ricardo Vilela, José Gonçalves, Miguel Ángel Benito, Francesco Lasca y Eduard Prades
Vuelta a Andalucia: David Arroyo, Sergio Pardilla, Eduard Prades, Francesco Lasca, Ángel Madrazo, Hugh Carthy y Pello Bilbao
Volta ao Algarve – Ricardo Vilela, José Gonçalves, Antonio Molina, Fernando Grijalba, Fabricio Ferrari, Omar Fraile, Lluis Mas y Heiner Parra.

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