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"During the sprint I had a problem with another rider, but I tried to do well. Second place for me behind Guardini. Before the end of the Tour, I said I want to win a stage. We will try again."

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12.03.2015 @ 01:24 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

It was a second place for Jakub Mareczko on the finish line of the 4th stage of the Tour de Langkawi, behind Andrea Guardini. Third place for Caleb Ewan, this time behind the young sprinter of the team Southeast.

 

Two kilometers before the finish of the 4th stage of the Tour de Langkawi, the group prepared the sprint. Jakub Mareczko had some problems with another rider 300 meters before the finish line but that didn't stop him. He stayed behind Guardini and obtained second place aheadCaleb Ewan.

 

"The team has worked for the whole day" says Jakub Mareczko. "With Astana and Orica, we controlled the situation. During the sprint I had a problem with another rider, but I tried to do well. Second place for me behind Guardini. Before the end of the Tour, I said I want to win a stage. We will try again.

 

“Having Alessandro there is an inspiration for me. He is very good with me because he helps me, gives me guidance, tells me what is good, he is a good rider for me. He gives me much experience because he has ridden his bike for such a long time.

 

“The whole team is good with me and there are many guys with me in the team that help me.”

 

"Today we decided to do the sprint behind Guardini" say the sports directors Giuseppe Di Fresco and Luca Amoriello. "Always with Dal Col and Petacchi in front. During the sprint, a rider has tried to stop Kuba, but he obtained a great result: second place behind one of the best sprinters in the world. We will try again."

 

Tomorrow it is the 5th stage from Kuala Terengganu to Kuantan, the longest at 200 km. And it won't be easy to control. Liam Bertazzo and Rafael Andriato could do something in a breakaway. In the event of a final sprint, the Southeast silvered jerseys will try to climb on the highest step of the podium.

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