Sagan will run Tour and Tour before the Tokyo 2020 Games

The Slovak cyclist revealed his calendar for next season, where he highlights his debut in the great Italian round, his usual appointment with the Tour and his participation on the road in Tokyo.


Slovakian Peter Sagan, triple world champion, announced his presence in the Tour of Italy, Tour de France and Olympic Games in the 2020 season during the presentation of his team, the Bora-Hansgrohe in the German city of Kolbermoor.

The 29-year-old Bora leader will begin the season at the Tour of San Juan (Argentina) on January 26 and then focus on the training sessions for the classic d spring before the start of the Tour of Italy on May 9,

"For me the season ends after the Tour and the Olympic Games." I will start in Argentina, then I will do a concentration in altitude, the classics, another concentration, the Giro, another training phase and then the Tour de France. "

Four years ago Sagan participated in the mountain bike test of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, since the road test seemed too demanding, although the winner was another classicist, the Belgian Greg Van Avermaet.

Although the Tokyo circuit is not to his liking, Sagan believes he might have some option.

"It's quite difficult," but at the Olympic Games you never know what can happen, so it's worth a try. "

At Giro Sagan, he will be accompanied by German sprinter Pascal Ackermann and Max Schachmann, while for the Tour the team will look for the general with Emanuel Buchmann, who ranked fourth overall in July last.



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