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Bardet leads Ag2r-La Mondiale in Clasics San Sebastian, Christophe Riblon targets the GC in the Tour de Pologne and Samuel Dumoulin will be the captain in La Polynormande

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AG2R LA MONDIALE

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ALEXIS GOUGEARD

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AXEL DOMONT

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CHRISTOPHE RIBLON

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CLASICA SAN SEBASTIAN

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DAMIEN GAUDIN

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DAVIDE APPOLLONIO

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GEDIMINAS BAGDONAS

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GUILLAUME BONNAFOND

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HUBERT DUPONT

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JULIAN KERN

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JULIEN BERARD

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LLOYD MONDORY

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MATTEO MONTAGUTI

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MAXIME BOUET

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MIKAEL CHEREL

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POLYNORMANDE

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RINALDO NOCENTINI

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ROMAIN BARDET

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SAMUEL DUMOULIN

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SEBASTIEN TURGOT

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STEVE CHAINEL

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30.07.2014 @ 11:38 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

On the back of its most successful Tour de France ever, Ag2r-La Mondiale hopes to continue its momentum in the Clasica San Sebastian and the Tour de Pologne. Romain Bardet will lead the team in the Spanish one-day race while Christophe Riblon will try to finish on the podium in Poland for the second year in a row.

 

Ag2r crowned a fantastic first half of the season with a great performance at the Tour de France and the French team has featured prominently in almost all WorldTour races so far. The team plans to continue its success this weekend when the major race series continues with two important events.

 

One of the team's Tour stars Romain Bardet will lead the Frenchmen in Saturday's hilly Clasica San Sebastian which should suit him well. He can count on strong support from solid climbers Mikael Cherel and Matteo Montaguti who were both at his side in La Grande Boucle as well.

 

Climber Hubert Dupont will make his return to competition in the Spanish race that will also mark the next step in Rinaldo Nocentini's comeback after a serious injury. The team is completed by Julien Berard who crashed out of the Tour de Wallonie earlier this week, and youngsters Axel Domont and Julian Kern.

 

For the Tour de Pologne which starts on Sunday, the team will focus on Christophe Riblon who finished on the podium in last year's race after having lost the leader's jersey on the final day. Other GC cards for the French team are Alexis Vuillermoz who finished 11th in the Giro d'Italia, and Maxime Bouet who is building form for the Vuelta.

 

For the sprints, the team has Yauheni Hutarovich and Davide Appollonio while the team is completed by Gediminas Bagdonas, Guillaume Bonnafond and Hugo Houle.

 

On Sunday, the team will also line up in the French one-day race La Polynormande where they will be led by Samuel Dumoulin. Lloyd Mondory and Sebastein Turgot may also be able to play their cards in the race that will also be the next step in Alexis Gougeard's fantastic neo-pro season.

 

The team is completed by Steve Chainel, Damien Gaudin and Nico Denz who will ride his first race as stagiaire for the team.

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