spanish selection will face elite online exam which will close Road Cycling World Championship Catalan people with “two tricks” from Wollongong (Australia) Mark Soler Trying to “move the race” before the end and the Spaniard Ivan Garcia Cortina “Finish the sprint” if you get into a group.
“We come to be careful, to always be on top and wait for the right moment to take advantage, make the most of it and stay as far ahead as possible. And, if not, keep Cortina from behind. Let it come and end there,” he told Soler in a few words about the strategy of the group led by Pascual Momperler.
,We have two cyclists who can share the lead, There is a classic sprinter who has to get to the wheel and is not seen until the final 500 meters in the sprint; And the other is quite the opposite, he’s a cyclist, who has already raced 40/50 kilometres, he’s already attentive, he moves and moves the race”, the coach told a telematic press from Australia. Expanded the conference with Solar and Curtain.
In a nutshell, Momperler explained to his predecessor Javier Mingvez when he led Alejandro Valverde’s gold in 2018 that “one shot, one dead”. “We have come for the medal, not for the exhibition,” said the Valencian coach, apparently deciding Spain’s place in the race.
,We ain’t favorite but on some blackboard we’ll be looking, We’ll have to wait for the race to get tough, I don’t think we have a strong enough team to make the race tough”, he continued, emphasizing the role of his two leaders.
,We have a very good combination and two leaders who will move a little, I am sure that when many national teams will review and talk the day before, Soler’s name will come up as one of the possible drivers and he will have some very close to the French and some of the Belgians and even that even his teammate Pogacaré I doubt he’ll let go he goes to know his feet”, he pointed to delving into the role he’d expect from a soler who plays his great Vuelta a Espaa. After “Ok”.
“I think I arrived well. I finished the Vuelta well and then I was able to rest at home. Again, the journey has become longer, but form has not been lost in a week ”, said the person from Villanova i la Geltrow.
It is also seen as Cortina. “I feel good,” summarized the Gijon man, who “didn’t expect to be here at all”, after being called up at first, but for whom being on the national team “is always a pleasure.” “. And he described his trip from Canada to the World Cup, where he ran a few races: “I went home, I saw my son being born and here I came.”
On the other hand, Asturian believes the race’s “mileage”, a total of 267 kilometres, “goes well for both”. “The slope is steeper than it seems and the rest of the circuit, curves and counter-curves, doesn’t have much,” he added of the 17-kilometer final circuit of Wollongong, in which he would have to do 12 laps one after the other. Initial section with port of greater unit.