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"I am eager to return to the peloton.  At Burgos, I really want to win the first stage and work my hardest to put Matteo Pelucchi in a position to win the second stage, which will be for sprinters."

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ALEKSEJS SARAMOTINS

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11.08.2014 @ 22:21 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Having missed most of the season due to prostatitis, Vicente Reynes is now painfree and building for the Vuelta. The Spaniard hopes to win the first stage of the Vuelta a Burgos when he returns to competition later this week.

 


“The legs are going really well.  And most importantly, I do not feel any pain.” 

 

Vicente Reynes’ pleasure at the thought of his return to competition is palpable as he anxiously waits for the start of the Vuelta a Burgos.  This first season in the IAM Cycling colors has not produced the hoped for results for the Spaniard.  With only nine days of racing in the bag for the season, his best finish was a fifth place at the Trofeo Ses Salines way back on February 10th in Mallorca. 

 

The blame can be squarely laid on his having developed prostatitis, which kept him on the sidelines for March, April and May before his condition improved and he was able to return to racing on June 12th at the GP Aargau, and then more importantly at the Route du Sud for the 20th through the 22nd of June.
 
Having joined the team’s two week altitude training camp at the Hospice de la Bernina in the Swiss Alps, Reynes is fit and ready to return to service. 

 

“I had a really bad time.  I even considered perhaps retiring. But the care provided by the urology specialists at the University Hospitals of Geneva (HUG), daily exercise, and a change in saddle finally paid off. 

 

"I am eager to return to the peloton.  At Burgos, I really want to win the first stage and work my hardest to put Matteo Pelucchi in a position to win the second stage, which will be for sprinters. 

 

"I managed to train well the entire month of July before joining the team at Bernina, where my sensations continued to improve throughout the two weeks.  That bodes well for Burgos, as well as for the Tour of Spain.”

 

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Marcel Aregger (S), Jonathan Fumeaux (S), Pirmin Lang (S), Matteo Pelucchi (It), Vicente Reynes (Sp), Aleksejs Saramotins (Lat), Patrick Schelling (S), Johann Tschopp (S).

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