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"Rigoberto Uran comes back after Volta Ciclista a Catalunya where he finished in 5th place. Last year Rigo found a good rhythm and sensations before the Giro with a good finishing time trial."

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DAVID DE LA CRUZ

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GIANLUCA BRAMBILLA

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GIANNI MEERSMAN

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JULIAN ALAPHILIPPE

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MAXIME BOUET

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MICHAL GOLAS

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PIETER SERRY

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RIGOBERTO URAN

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TONY MARTIN

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TOUR DE ROMANDIE

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27.04.2015 @ 18:18 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Etixx - Quick-Step has announced the selection that will participate in Tour de Romandie, a 709.6km stage race from April 28th until May 3rd.

 

Gianluca Brambilla, scheduled to participate in Tour de Romandie was operated on last night after fracturing his collarbone at Liege-Bastogne-Liege. The surgery went well. The Italian rider will be replaced by Michal Golas.

 

"This is an important race for us," Sport Director Davide Bramati said. "Not only in function of the Giro d'Italia, but also because it is a WorldTour race. We are #1 in the UCI WorldTour team ranking, so we want to do well at Tour de Romandie and defend our top placing.

 

"We have a good team at the start with a few guys preparing for the Giro. Rigoberto Uran comes back after Volta Ciclista a Catalunya where he finished in 5th place. Last year Rigo found a good rhythm and sensations before the Giro with a good finishing time trial, and we hope he can have the same situation this year. We will see what we can do in the 2015 edition of Tour de Romandie. We have the mission to do well as usual, with an eye specifically on the final time trial with Tony Martin, who already won the time trial at this race in the past."

 

Etixx-QuickStep for Tour de Romandie

Rigoberto Uran, Tony Martin, Julian Alaphilippe, Gianni Meersman, Michal Golas, Pieter Serry, Maxime Bouet, David de la Cruz

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