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"I really wanted to win here. The team did a good job for me too. I started my sprint at 250 meters from the finish. I thought I could take the win, but the Caja Rural sprinter jumped me in the end."

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DANIEL MORENO

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04.08.2015 @ 23:25 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Daniel Moreno knew the finish area very well in Romana de Clunia. Already three years ago he took a second place in Clunia. The last three kilometers suited him well with that small climb. However in the last 70 meters Carlos Barbero (Caja Rural) passed him to take the victory with Jesus Herrada (Movistar) taking third.

 

"I really wanted to win here. The team did a good job for me too. I started my sprint at 250 meters from the finish. I thought I could take the win, but the Caja Rural sprinter jumped me in the end. I heard he lives here in Clunia. Apparently he knows the area even better than me. Anyway, I cannot complain about my condition. I am always good in Burgos and I will try to win the Overall Classification here," said Dani Moreno.

 

The 149 km stage from Santo Domingo de Silos to Romana de Clunia saw a breakaway of five riders. Team Katusha and Astana controlled the break and the five were caught at 25 kilometer from the finish.

 

"We had a big confidence in Dani Moreno. That's why we kept controlling the race also in the last 25 kilometers. Astana and Movistar helped us a lot as well. They look to be ambitious too. With Moreno we have a rider in good shape but I also expect a lot of Egor Silin the coming days. Tomorrow will be already a good test with a difficult 13 kilometer team time trial with lots of corners, downhills and cobblestones," said Team Director Claudio Cozzi.

 

Tomorrow it is  the second stage of the race – team time trial of 13,14 km in Burgos.

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