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"Our aim is to perform well with Warren and we will see how he can place himself in the overall classification by the end of the race. We need to take a day by day approach and see how he will respond to his second race of th...

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29.03.2016 @ 22:45 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

The WorldTour stage racing continues next week with the Vuelta Ciclista al Pais Vasco, starting on Monday 4th March. Following a consistent performance in Catalunya, Giant-Alpecin returns to the Spanish mountains to once again test themselves against some of the world's best climbers. The six stages that make up the 2016 edition will maintain a similar format from past seasons.

"Pais Vasco is traditionally a race for the climbers and we have the necessary climbing capacities in our line-up," explained coach Aike Visbeek. "Our aim is to perform well with Warren and we will see how he can place himself in the overall classification by the end of the race. We need to take a day by day approach and see how he will respond to his second race of the season.

"As we have seen in the past races, every stage is important when aiming for a GC result and we will need to stay focused every day and the experience of our road captain Johannes will be vital. The last two days will again be responsible for deciding the overall standings with an uphill finish in Arrate, and an individual time trial of 16.5 kilometers on the final day." 

 

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