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The rest is over, Kreuziger tackles Switzerland

After spending two weeks of grueling training on the mountains. The training camp on San Pellegrino has come to an end and after a month without racing Liquigas Roman Kreuziger is going to the Swiss Tour.

"On the whole, the stay on the mountains gave me a lot. I feel that my shape is good. I proved that during the Monday’s test and the results were not bad. Now the thing is to exploit the hard training I have done in races.

We are going to the Swiss Tour on Friday and the race itself starts on Saturday with the prologue in Liechtenstein. I am really curious how it is going to turn out for me. I am going to defend my last year victory but I am not focusing on it. Everything is open considering the Tour which is the major objective of my season.

Today we rode the final training and on Monday we spent four hours in the rain. Now I am going to spend several days home by Garda and then we will see how I am going to do in Switzerland. As for the race itself, I am really looking forward to it since it is something different from just training."

Website: Team Liquigas

Christopher Jones
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Christopher Jones is a recreational cyclist and runs a design agency, Signale. As the driving force behind Bicycles.net.au he has one of each 'types' of bicycles.
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