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26.03.2014 @ 11:17 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Elia Viviani and Damiano Caruso will be the main names on the Cannondale roster for the Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali which starts tomorrow. They will be joined by four Italian neo-pros who will get the chance to seek personal results in the four-day race.

 

While two Cannondale Pro Cycling's teams are engaged in Belgium for the Northern Classics and in Spain at the Volta a Catalunya, a third one will attend the Settimana Internazionale Coppi and Bartal  in Italy, a short stage race scheduled from tomorrow, March 27, through the 30th.
 
Eight riders have been selected by team directors Alberto Volpi and Biagio Conte to attend the four-day race (two half stages on the 27th, two road races and a time trial on the 30th).
 
Damiano Caruso, who took his first race as professional in the 2013 edition, will be one of most important rider of the team together with Elia Viviani, who will start the road to the Giro d'Italia after twenty days of rest. Fabio Sabatini will continue to work to improve his condition after the long stop due to the injury, while Guillaume Boivin will return to race after the bronchitis suffered at Tour de Taiwan.
 
Besides the experienced riders, Cannondale Pro Cycling selected four young guns giving them the chance to stand out and to look for an important result - Davide Villella, Davide Formolo, Matej Mohoric and Alberto Bettiol.
 
"We want to share the leadership among the experienced and the young riders" said team director Conte. "Caruso, Viviani, Sabatini and Boivin are here to work on their condition and, at the same time, to provide to the young guns with important support in terms of experience.
 
"We want to see Villella, Formolo, Mohoric and Bettiol measure themselves to search the result, in order to grow and to improve. It's an important experience for them and a useful test for a rider like Viviani who needs to find confidence with the race and the results".

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