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"The Gran Premio di Camaiore is a relevant race for me. It is my last event before I head to Paris-Nice which is my first important event of my cycling season," said Caruso."

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01.03.2014 @ 15:08 Posted by Andy Pedersen

Cannondale Pro Cycling Team has chosen their team for the 186 km long Italian race Gran Premio di Camaiore. The race, which will take place on the 6th of Marche, was last year won by another Cannondale rider Peter Sagan.

 

One of the key riders during the race will be Damiano Caruso. The Italian will return to home soil after being riding the Tour de San Luis and Dubai Tour. Caruso has recently been on training camp with the rest of the Italian National Team.

 

The next few days, Caruso will be in Tuscany with the rest of the Cannondale team in order to prepare for the upcoming Paris-Nice. Caruso says the race is relevant for him, as it is the last race before Paris-Nice.

 

"The Gran Premio di Camaiore is a relevant race for me. It is my last event before I head to Paris-Nice which is my first important event of my cycling season," said Caruso. "I had a good training period after two races, and I still need to be in the best condition possible in order to be as competitive as can be for my upcoming rides."

 

And before mentioned, Caruso was with the Italian National Team on a training camp. This is a big motivation for Caruso and he wants to prove that he has the quality. 

 

"The call inviting me to train with the Italian national team, only heightens my morale. It's such a good feeling! I'm proud of this praise I've received, and I want to prove that I deserve more thanks to my bold performance throughout the rest of the season."

 

Cannondale roster for GP di Camaiore:

Alessandro De Marchi, Daniele Ratto, Marco Marcato, Damiano Caruso, Jose Cayetano Sarmiento, Matthias Krizek, Davide Villella and Alberto Bettiol.

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