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Henao will lead Team Sky in Poland while Kennaugh and Roche spearhead the Brits in San Sebastian

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ANDREW FENN

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BERNHARD EISEL

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CHRISTIAN KNEES

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CHRISTOPHER SUTTON

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CLASICA SAN SEBASTIAN

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DAVID LOPEZ

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ELIA VIVIANI

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IAN BOSWELL

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KANSTANTIN SIUTSOU

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LARS PETTER NORDHAUG

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MIKEL NIEVE

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NATHAN EARLE

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NICOLAS ROCHE

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PETER KENNAUGH

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PHILIP DEIGNAN

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SERGIO LUIS HENAO

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VASIL KIRYENKA

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30.07.2015 @ 15:15 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

The Tour de France might be over but the action keeps coming thick and fast with Team Sky competing in no less than four races over the next week.

 

The Clasica San Sebastian is up first on Saturday 1 August with Peter Kennaugh making his return after being forced to abandon the Tour through illness. Nicolas Roche was also part of that triumphant team in France and he will be lining up in an eight-man squad which also consists of Nathan Earle, Sebastian Henao, Lars Petter Nordhaug, Danny Pate, Kanstantsin Siutsou and Chris Sutton. 

 

24 hours later we have the RideLondon-Surrey Classic and Tour of Poland. Alex Peters makes his first-ever Team Sky appearance at RideLondon on Sunday after signing as a stagiaire for the remainder of this season.  The young British rider will be looking to hit the ground running in a six-man team which also features the fit-again Ben Swift. Swift has been sidelined since crashing out of the Tour de Yorkshire in May, and will be hoping the team can improve upon his second-placed finish at the same event in 2014.

 

Team Sky certainly have options in this race, with Andy Fenn, Chris Sutton and Elia Viviani all able to pack a punch in the sprints after they have been marshalled by the ever-impressive Bernhard Eisel.

 

Over in Poland, Sergio Henao is likely to lead the general classification charge between August 2-8 in a squad suited to this hilly WorldTour stage race.

 

Ian Boswell, Philip Deignan, Vasil Kiryienka, David Lopez, Mikel Nieve, Salvatore Puccio and Xabier Zandio are also making the trip to Eastern Europe and will be aiming for more points to keep Team Sky at the top of the WorldTour team rankings.

 

Finally, the Tour of Denmark takes place between August 4-8 with four riders (Nathan Earle, Sebastian Henao, Lars Petter Nordhaug and Kanstantsin Siutsou) flying over from San Sebastian and three (Chris Sutton, Ben Swift and Alex Peters) from RideLondon.

 

Christian Knees rounds out a strong squad as we return to the Scandinavian race for the first time since 2012.

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