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 “Frankfurt is a very nice race for us and we are sending a strong team to go for a good result. All the guys are well prepared, and a very motivated Degenkolb will lead the team.”

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28.04.2015 @ 00:31 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

This Friday is the 206.8 km German one-day race Rund um den Finanzplatz Eschborn-Frankfurt, which is traditionally a battle between the sprinters. Team Giant-Alpecin won the race in 2011 and will be looking for another good result in Frankfurt this year.

The team will be led by John Degenkolb (GER), who returns to his home race after winning two “monument” classics. He has achieved some strong results in previous editions of the German one-day race, as he won in 2011 and was seventh, fourth and second in 2012, 2013 and 2014, respectively.

Degenkolb will be joined by a strong team, including fellow Germans Nikias Arndt and Simon Geschke as well as Tom Dumoulin (NED), who recently took his first win of the season in the time trial at the Vuelta al Pais Vasco. The lineup will be completed by Roy Curvers (NED), Koen de Kort (NED), Albert Timmer (NED) and Zico Waeytens (BEL).

Coach Rudi Kemna is looking forward to Friday: “Frankfurt is a very nice race for us and we are sending a strong team to go for a good result. All the guys are well prepared, and a very motivated Degenkolb will lead the team.”

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