"The cycling world looks at Slovenia, it's normal"

Andrej Hauptman, the only cyclist from this country to have reached an absolute World Cup podium and Slovenian coach, assesses his riders before the appointment.

"The-cycling-world-looks-at-Slovenia-it's-normal"

“The cycling world looks at us. It is normal for them to think that in this World Cup we have to win because Roglic and Pogacar arrive in great shape, but a one-day race is totally different ”, the Slovenian coach, Andrej Hauptman, the only cyclist, analyzes about the fashionable couple of this country that has climbed to an absolute World Cup podium (bronze in the second Freire World Cup, in 2001, after the Cantabrian and Bettini).

At his orders he will have the fashionable couple, Tadej Pogacar and Primoz Roglic, a week after fighting for the Tour, collaborating together.

Favorites and bib

1 J. Fuglsang (Denmark)

13 T. Pogacar (Slovenia)

15 P. Roglic (Slovenia)

22 V. Nibali (Italy)

23 D. Ulissi (Italy)

29 W. van Aert (Belgium)

0 Van Avermaet (Belgium)

41 T. Dumoulin (P. Low)

52 M. Á. López (Colombia)

56 R. Urán (Colombia)

63 Schachmann (Germany)

78 M. Matthews (Australia)

79 R. Porte (Australia)

84 T. Pidcock (G. Britain)

101 Kwiatkowski (Poland)

115 M. Hirschi (Switzerland)

119 R. Carapaz (Ecuador)

131 S. Kuss (USA)

147 A. Lutsenko (Kazakhstan)

162 M. Woods (Canada)

The Spain team

65. Pello Bilbao (Bahrain)

66. David de la Cruz (UAE)

67. Jesús Herrada (Cofidis)

68. Mikel Landa (Bahrain)

69. Enric Mas (Movistar)

70. Luis León Schez. (Astana)

71. Marc Soler (Movistar)

72. A. Valverde (Movistar)



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