Michael Woods (Cannondale-Drapac): “I'm very happy, very proud. The team is riding well, they're positioning me well and they believe in me. That's sweet. The big goal for me is to win a stage. That's still the main goal. And hopefully I can keep my position in the top 10 of the overall classification.”
Woods: “The big goal is still to win a stage”
interview02.09.2017Stage 14- Écija / Sierra de La Pandera
After crashing out of the Tour and losing his GC ambitions due to illness on La Vuelta 2017, Rafal Majka (Bora-Hansgrohe) proved on Saturday his aggressive racing could still earn him major victories. The Polish climber made the break at the start of stage 14 and was the only attacker to hold off the favorites on the climb up Sierra de la Pandera. Third behind Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana), Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) gains 4 seconds on Chris Froome (Team Sky). Wilco Kelderman (Team...
Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida): “(Chris) Froome is strong, he's proved it. He's had a great team supporting him. In the last climb we could try something different. Astana worked very well, (Alberto) Contador too. We're all trying, but Froome is very strong.”
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