"I did a great Giro d’Italia - he continued - but I also consumed a lot. We'll see how it goes tomorrow, so I'm curious. "
Today's stage ended in a mass sprint won by Ariel Maximiliano Richeze of Argentina; while the world champion Peter Sagan is still on the 1st spot in the overall. But the wait is for tomorrow's stage, with which will begin the great mountains.
"The boys did a good job - said sport director Dmitri Sedoun - tomorrow there are three very demanding climbs and the team will work in support of our two climbers: Scarponi and Miguel Angel Lopez Moreno".
In the fifth stages from Brig-Glis to Carì, in fact, the general classification will start to take shape. Relatively short, only 126 kilometres, but with climb to the Gotthard and Furka passes before the 11 km final climb towards Carì, 1,650m above sea level.