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"I won't be able to ride Paris-Nice or Milano-San Remo, but I hope to be ready for the end of March."

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29.02.2016 @ 09:00 Posted by Renaud Breban

Maximiliano Richeze went to the ground during stage 5 of the Tour de San Luis and he is currently working hard to be back in the peloton. The Etixx-Quick Step rider, who suffered a bone fisure on the neck of the left femur, is hoping for a comeback at the end of the March. He will miss Paris-Nice and Milano-Sanremo.

 

"I started a rehabilitation program with specific therapy, but I only managed to get back on a bike last week. I couldn't stay still any longer. A rider has to pay attention to the way he feels and act in consequence. I obviously can't force things and I can't go riding for more than two hours, but I'm happy!", he explained on his blog. "I can finally feel the wind in my face again! For now we're going forward like this: unfortunately, I won't be able to ride Paris-Nice or Milano-San Remo, but I hope to be ready for the end of March."

 

He added that he is really proud of his team: "In the meantime the guys aren't wasting any time! We've already racked up 13 victories and Marcel and Fernando are showing just how good they are. They are both powerful sprinters. Kittel is perhaps more of a pure sprinter and he uses the team train very well. Fernando is a guy who is used to getting by his own; he's never had a real train, so he's going to have to learn to work with his team mates. However, his instincts developed on the track help him get involved in the sprints without any difficulties. They are two different sprinters, but they are both incredibly strong, and I'm sure that they will continue to shine in the next couple of weeks!"

 

 

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