Sunday September 10th, 2017

Stage 21Arroyomolinos / Madrid

Start 17h00 (Local time)

Contador: “It's a dream”

interview10.09.2017Stage 21- Arroyomolinos / Madrid

Alberto Contador (Trek-Segafredo): “I don't have words to explain the feeling I had in that moment. To cross the finish alone in front of my home public… Usually I train in the traffic, I don't have the road for me. And there after 15 very very hard years of fighting, today is a special day. It's a dream. I don't know a goodbye better than this. Now is the moment to stop. When I started as a professional, I said I wanted to finish at the top level. And I think that now is the perfect moment for this. I can only say: ‘thanks, thanks and thanks' (to the public). I gave the maximum, 100% in the race. In the last 15 years, I did everything with my heart. It's important. Cycling is a sport where the most important is the victory but I also think the spectacle is important. I did everything I could during La Vuelta. And I thank Trek-Segafredo for giving me this opportunity to attack when I want.”

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