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Pozzato, Belletti and Mareczko will share the leadership in the Italian grand tour

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DANIEL FELIPE MARTINEZ

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EUGERT ZHUPA

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FILIPPO POZZATO

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JAKUB MARECZKO

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30.04.2016 @ 18:08 Posted by Andy Pedersen

Wilier - Southeast will bring young power to the Giro d’Italia: A young and ambitious group with the target of hunting a stage win. The team, that will be directed by Luca Scinto and Serge Parsani, will have Filippo Pozzato as their captain at his sixth Giro d'Italia in which he won a stage in 2010.

 

In the same year Manuel Belletti was also able to take a victory in the Corsa Rosa and he will try to repeat it in this edition as he will be one of their fast riders together with Jakub Mareczko at his first Giro d'Italia after the recent win in Turkey.

 

It will be the second time at the Giro for Eugert Zhupa and Matteo Busato, with the Veneto rider getting really close to a stage win in 2015 and showing great form in these first months of the season where he has achieved 8 top 10 results

 

Like Mareczko, another four riders will make their debut at the Giro d'Italia, starting with Liam Bertazzo, a great rider for the flat stages, and continuing with young climbers, Colombian Daniel Felipe Martinez, only 20 years old, and the Spaniards Julen Amezqueta and Cristian Rodriguez.

 

The Wilier-Southeast roster for Giro d’Italia:
Filippo Pozzato, Manuel Belletti, Jakub Mareczko, Eugert Zhupa, Matteo Busato, Liam Bertazzo, Daniel Felipe Martinez, Julen Amezqueta and Cristian Rodriguez.

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