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"After the recon, the team, the medical staff and myself together decided that I am able to start at the RVV this weekend. I look forward to an open and interesting race and hope that I can play a important role for my team.”

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03.04.2015 @ 15:52 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling today announced its 2015 Tour of Flanders squad, with Sebastian Langeveld returning to racing following a heavy crash and injuries sustained at E3 Harelbeke. Langeveld finished in the top ten in the previous two editions.

 

Ahead of Sunday’s 264.2 kilometer monument from Bruges to Oudenaarde, Director Sportif Andreas Klier said: “It is a pleasure for me to work with such a young team day-by-day. They are hungry to get more experience and more information and to learn how to read and ride these Belgian races. I’m happy to help them learn, and happy to have Sebastian take the start on Sunday. He’s done a lot of hard work this season and he deserves to be there. We have realistic goals and a strong team spirit, and we should see that on the road on Sunday.”

 

Langeveld added: “Since my crash at Harelbeke I worked very hard on a daily basis to start Thursday’s Flanders recon with my teammates. After the recon, the team, the medical staff and myself together decided that I am able to start at the RVV this weekend. I look forward to an open and interesting race and hope that I can play a important role for my team.”

 

Kristoffer Skjerping, Lasse Hansen and Ruben Zepuntke are all making their Tour of Flanders elite race debut, with Skjerping finishing in second place last year in the espoirs edition. Dylan Van Baarle comes into the race with a recent podium finish at Dwars door Vlaanderen.

 

Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling 2015 Tour of Flanders Roster

Jack Bauer
Lasse Hansen*
Kristjian Koren
Sebastian Langeveld
Alan Marangoni
Kristoffer Skjerping*
Dylan Van Baarle
Ruben Zepuntke*

 

*First elite Tour of Flanders

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