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"Personally, I hope for a race with plenty of opportunities for aggressive riding. The race is a very good match for a team like ours and in Russell we have a guarantee for being able to participate in bunch sprints."

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4 JOURS DE DUNKERQUE

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JOEL ZANGERLE

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MADS PEDERSEN

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MARTIN MORTENSEN

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MICHAEL REIHS

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RUSSELL DOWNING

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TROELS VINTHER

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04.05.2015 @ 12:37 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

On Wednesday CULT Energy Pro Cycling will be taking on the French stage race Four Days at Dunkerque covering five stages in the Northern part of France near the windy coastline which is a guarantee for crosswinds. Only three times in the past 15 years, the race has been won by a non-Frenchman and Arnaud Demare has conquered the overall win in the past two editions.

 

DS Michael Skelde says:

 

“After a fairly successful Tour de Yorkshire we are now ready for yet another stage race. Unfortunately, the team is currently slightly affected by the consequenses of crashes and we’re having difficulties completing a full line-up. However, I’m looking forward to seeing some results from some of the riders who primarily have been supporting other riders until now. The line-up consists of riders with an up-going form rate and they are very motivated. Personally, I hope for a race with plenty of opportunities for aggressive riding. The race is a very good match for a team like ours and in Russell we have a guarantee for being able to participate in bunch sprints,” says Skelde.


The line-up:

Russell Downing, Michael Reihs, Martin Mortensen, Mads Pedersen, Troels Vinther, Joel Zangerle and Christian Mager. Due to a crash yesterday, Zangerle is still questionable.
 

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