Cyclist Voss hopes to keep tension until the end of the women’s tour
Marianne Voss is satisfied with the 2022 Tour de France track for cyclists that was announced on Thursday. A jumbo-visma cyclist says about the eight stages of the tournament, the first women’s World Tour France since 2009.
The Jumbo-Visma leader already expected a time trial in the timeline. “But I also think that racing tension is probably better at some point than in a time trial and that choice might have been made for that reason. It would be very good for tension if the decisive moment was only at the last.”
The 34-year-old Brabant, who won his first U.S. Cycling World Cup last Sunday and finished fourth in Game Two on Wednesday, is looking forward to the Tour’s fourth stage with four gravel streaks. “I think it’s a stage that could go well on the Tour. Of course it’s not just about the scenery, but I think the ‘Strade Bianche stage’ is really great on the Tour. From my crossover experience, that’s something I like to be, but in the end I think a lot of riders can Handle that well. We see it every year at Strade Bianche.”
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