Sunday, March 23, 2008

Amets back in action

Amets will make his return to the professional peloton in the Vuelta a Castilla y León tomorrow. The young prodigy was forced to an extended stay on the sidelines after he broke his collarbone in February's Spanish season-opener Vuelta a Mallorca - Challenge Illes Balears. Amets will of course not be at his best after a month and a half without competing but, as Igor Gonzalez de Galdeano said as well, he's the type of rider who doesn't need a lot of racing to reach top form. The five-stage race starts tomorrow, but there's still no news on what riders Euskaltel will field. The only thing we know is that Samu and Koldo will take part, along with Amets of course.

1 comment:

arnout said...

I read somewhere (don't know where exactly) that Haimar also will start here. But I don't guarantee ;)


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