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Quintana, Majka, Sagan and Nibali headline a formidable line-up for the Tour de San Luis

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NAIRO QUINTANA

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PETER SAGAN

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RAFAL MAJKA

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TOUR DE SAN LUIS

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VINCENZO NIBALI

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04.11.2015 @ 05:30 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

As usual, the organziers of the Tour de San Luis have announced a huge poster of stars that will be at the race from January 17-24. It is a formidable line-up led by Nairo Quintana, Peter Sagan, Vincenzo Nibali and Rafal Majka.

 

As expected, the main attraction will be Colombian Nairo Quintana who will make his third appearance in San Luis.According to ciclismointernacional.com, he will be joined by his brother Dayer, Andrey Amador and Adriano Malori, winner of the 2014 and 2015 time trials.

 

The return of Vincenzo Nibali (2010 winner) and wold champion Peter Sagan are important additions. Furthermore, Giovanni Lombardi has confirmed that Rafal Majka, 3rd in the Vuelta, will debut on Argentine soil.

 

From the WorldTour rans, Etixx-QuickStep will line up Fernando Gaviria and, if he recovers in time, Tom Boonen. Lampre-Merida will be led by Przemyslaw Niemiec, Ag2r by Alexis Vuillermoz and Cannondale-Garmin by Andrew Talansky.

 

As for the Pro Continental teams, Delko Marseille will debut new signing and defending champion Daniel Diaz. Androni-Sidermec will be led by last year's runner-up Rodolfo Torres, UnitedHealthCare will line up Daniel Jaramillo, Fortuneo-Vital Concept go into the race wth Eduardo Sepúlveda, Nippo-Vini Fantini Daniele Colli and Drapac will make its debut in the race.

 

The continental category will be animated by a rising Paraguayan team (without a defined name but known as Team Vivo) which will feature Argentine Daniel Juarez in its ranks, Jamis with Janier Acevedo, George Hincapie's Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team, and Argentine teams Buenos Aires Provincia, SEP San Juan and San Luis Somos Todos.

 

Finally, there will be several national teams, Argentina, Cuba, Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile, Uruguay and Italy with Filippo Pozzato.

 

 

Teams for the Tour de San Luis

 

World Tour: Cannondale-Garmin, AG2R, Lampre-Mérida, Etixx-Quick Step, Astana, Tinkoff and Movistar

Pro Continental: Androni Sidermec, UnitedHealthCare,  Fortuneo Vital Concept, Drapac, Nippo Vini and Delko Marseille

Continental: Team Vivo, Jamis, Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team , Buenos Aires Provincia, San Luis Somos Todos and SEP San Juan

National teams: Argentina, Cuba, Colombia, México, Costa Rica, Chile, Uruguay and Italy

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