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Nans Peters: "I love this race

"The conditions were not good, it rained a lot, but it had nothing to do with the World Championship! I like this race, it's my second consecutive podium (3rd last year). I am still motivated at this time of the year and that sometimes makes the difference with the others. I didn't miss much for the victory, I just needed the photo finish. On this event, you have to manage the climb so that you don't burn out for the sprint, which is what I did. But unfortunately, I found myself locked in. Now we're heading to Paris-Tours to finish the season."[/su_quote]



After 76 days of competition in 2019, Oliver Naesen has 19 Top Ten finishes, or 25% of the events he has competed in.

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Stéphane Goubert: "Room for the offensive

"This event usually ends in a sprint, but last year Valentin Madouas showed that there was room for the offensive. In case of a grouped finish, we will count on Clément Venturini. He showed on Sunday at the Tour de Vendée that he is in good shape for the end of the season, as did Julien Duval who finished 5th at the Eurométropole.
We will also be able to count on boys like Silvan Dillier, or even Quentin Jaurégui who like events with movement."[/su_quote]


Gran Piemonte : Mathias Frank replaces Axel Domont

Initially scheduled for the Gran Piemonte (Thursday, October 10), Axel Domont will be replaced by Mathias Frank at the start of the Italian classic: "Axel is slightly unwell and we preferred to leave him resting for this event," said Julien Jurdie, sport director. The Gran Piemonte will also be the last race for Hubert Dupont, a professional since 2005.
Our team for the Gran Piemonte : Jaakko Hanninen (Fin), Clément Chevrier (Fra), François Bidard (Fra), Nans Peters (Fra), Mathias Frank (Sui), Hubert Dupont (Fra), Clément Champoussin (Fra).