Winning trainer avenges different cup of tea at world championships
After more than a year off on the track and 카지노 사이트preparing to return for some competitio바카라사이트n against the same opponent he’s been fighting against the last few seasons, Chris Boonen is again in the race to return to winning form.
On Tuesday night in Barcelona, Boonen fought to a close, outlasting Giro-winning Colombian Oscar Gatto after a two-day battle.
The German suffered from a nasty hip injury in September, which ultimately forced him to miss last year’s Tour de France, when Boonen took third on stage eight and then fourth on stage six.
But Boonen was back to his winning, impressive form and his own world records, proving he is just as strong as ever – he will now face a daunting race on the line on Saturday in Córdoba, in Spain.
The Belgian rider also hopes to break his own Giro record and is set to get another opportunity to test his competitive edge as he battles with the likes of Jens V바카라사이트oigt and Fabio Felline, on the same Tour as Gatto, a three-time world champion who won the 2015 race.