We need an event like the Under-23 Giro. We need to train all-round riders and think less about the result, about victory as an end in itself. Here, sprinters only ride on flat terrain and climbers only ride uphill: it's not right. As an under-23 rider, Quintana has participated in two time trial world championships: looking to his professional career, they took care of all aspects of his training.
"I won the Giro d'Italia. Isn't that crazy! The final was very hard, but the team did a fantastic job and I made it. My team is simply fantastic, they were perfect throughout the week. It's not just my victory, it's theirs too. I dedicate it to the whole team"
Under-23 Giro d'Italia Winner - 2017 edition
While the adult Giro d’Italia takes on its potentially decisive individual time trial today with Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) and Tom Dumoulin shooting out for pink, an interesting change to proceedings has ...
PRESS RELEASE Monday 21st May 2018 INNOVATION IN CYCLING STARTS FROM THE GIRO D’ITALIA UNDER 23, THE FINAL «REAL TIME» INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL HAS BEEN ...