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“With Jarlinson Pantano, Heinrich Haussler, Oliver Naesen, and Martin Elmiger, we have a great team that can be on hand when the final victory will be decided.”

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06.09.2016 @ 14:51 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

IAM have announced their line-up for the Grand Prix Quebec and the Grand Prix Montreal.

 

“IAM Cycling certainly still intends to play a leading role through till the end of the season, just as we have tried to do since the very beginning of the adventure that started in 2013," said Jonathan Fumeaux.

 

“With Jarlinson Pantano, Heinrich Haussler, Oliver Naesen, and Martin Elmiger, we have a great team that can be on hand when the final victory will be decided.”

 

“After Plouay, I took three days to recover. Then I was back at work doing some quality base training as well as a 5 ½ hour session in order to get myself up to speed in time for these two important World Tour races.”

 

After having raced at the Tour of Poland, the Tour of Utah, and the Brittany Classic Ouest France in Plouay, Jonathan Fumeaux will have the opportunity to race in his magnificent Swiss champion's jersey for the fourth time, on this occasion in Canada.

 

Rik Verbrugghe, sports manager for the Swiss World Tour team, added:

 

“On paper, Montreal is more difficult because the climbs are longer than those we’ll face in Quebec. However, for a circuit race, everything depends on the riders and their desire to make the race difficult. We must keep the same aggressive mindset that the team went with to Plouay and that we have seen from our guys at La Vuelta. We have several strong riders who can make a difference in multiple areas, whether we’re focusing on getting into the breaks with someone like Oliver Naesen, or making use of our punchy riders Jarlinson Pantano, Heinrich Haussler and Martin Elmiger in view of the finish.”

 

“The two races end virtually in the same way with a false flat of around 4%. At Quebec, the slight incline starts right around the flamme rouge, while in Montreal, it starts with around 560 meters remaining. It is important not to anticipate things too much since the sprint is usually down to a small group of riders; very rarely do you see a larger peloton playing for the win.”

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