Jumbo-Visma aims to follow Sepp and Sam in Switzerland: ‘Make a good impression on the climb’

Jumbo-Visma aims to follow Sepp and Sam in Switzerland: 'Make a good impression on the climb'

Jumbo-Visma tried to score with Pascal Einkorn in the fourth stage of the Tour of Switzerland. However, the Dutchman lacked the strength to sprint in the final and thus finished 33rd. “He still has Giro in his legs.”

Eenkhoorn recently rode a strong Giro and also passed the early stages of the Tour of Switzerland well. This is why Jumbo-Visma saw opportunities to meet him in the second leg. However, the last climb, with the summit about fourteen kilometers from the end, costs the driver a lot of energy. “We tried to get a good result with Pascal, but that turned out to be a bit tricky. Pascal was released just before the top, came back just before the end, but didn’t have a chance to advance. Sporting Director Mark Reeve explains that he still carries the Giro in His legs, so it’s not clear he’s going to be a part of this. Team site From.

The Rif region also saw springboards for the upcoming challenging stages of the Tour of Switzerland. Seb Wissam (Oomen, editor) in particular made a scathing good impression. This is promising for the coming days. Our main goal is to keep Seb and Sam ahead in the upcoming stages,” said Reeve. The race continues on Thursday with an uphill mountain stage, followed by two mountain stages. The stage race will then conclude on June 19 with a time test.

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