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"We are racing in Frankfurt to put the finishing touched on the form ahead of the three weak event in Italy. We don’t set any goals for ourselves for this one-day race."

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BRANISLAU SAMOILAU

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JAROSLAW MARYCZ

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RUND UM DEN FINANZPLATZ ESCHBORN-FRANKFURT

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30.04.2015 @ 11:16 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Rund um den Finanzplatz Eschborn-Frankfurt  (May 1, cat. 1.HC) will be the last race for those CCC Sprandi Polkowice riders, who will make the roster for the Giro d’Italia.

 

"We are racing in Frankfurt to put the finishing touched on the form ahead of the three weak event in Italy. We don’t set any goals for ourselves for this one-day race. We just want to do one more intense ride and arrive safely at the finish. Of course if the situation on the road permits, we will try to take advantage of it and go for a good result," Piotr Wadecki, team DS, said. "We are very satisfied with our performance in Croatia, where the riders had a chance not only to work on their physical form but also their mental state. Those victories and dominance in the GC boosts their confidence."

 

The race is 200km long and has a hilly course. Due to some climbing on the way it usually ends with a sprint from a small peloton or a small breakaway group.

 

Fast riders who can survive the ascents in the bunch, are among the favorites. Therefore the terrain should suit Grega Bole or Bartłomiej Matysiak, who finished 9th last year. The previous edition also saw Marek Rutkiewicz breaking clear and getting into the escape of the day.

 

CCC Sprandi Polkowice line-up for Rund um den Finanzplatz Eschborn-Frankfurt:

Sylwester Szmyd, Grega Bole, Maciej Paterski, Jarosław Marycz, Marek Rutkiewicz, Adrian Kurek, Branislau Samoilau, Bartłomiej Matysiak

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