The American Sepp Kuss (Jumbo Visma)head of Lapwho assured after the twelfth episode that he did not know how far he would go, but clarified that he was confident “to fight for victory.”
“It doesn’t matter whose team wins, with me, with me Roglic or with Vingegaard. Now I’m in the lead and we’ll see how far I can go with the goal of winning the Vuelta, but I’m confident and I’ll try. “Roglic has more experience than me in winning laps, and for me every step I take is a different experience,” explained Kuss at the finish line in Zaragoza.
It’s not until this Friday’s stage that the finish line comes in TourmaletKuss commented that he still does not know the strategy that Jumbo Visma will prepare.
“For tomorrow, we will see how we play our tricks. We can run defensively and wait for the attacks of the rivals who have to take time away, but we still have to talk about it,” he said.
The runner from Durango (Colorado) said that he had climbed the Tourmalet several times and that it was a “very long and high climb, but with a regular slope.”
“For me, the decisive climb of this Vuelta could be Angliru or Cruz de Linares,” in the third week of the race, he said.
Source: La Verdad
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