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Re: The Premier Tech of Cycling
« Reply #750 on: May 09, 2022, 20:37 »
https://twitter.com/IsraelPremTech/status/1523565936044875777

Carlstrom did an interview the other week with CN about the team's relegation woes and what they intend to do about it. Sending the in-form Bevin to Hongrie looks to be part of that plan. I think Norway is also on his calendar and there'll be no GT for him. They're obviously hoping he'll be the Ben Hermans of 2022.

Speaking of Ben, he has long covid and there's schedule for his return.
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    Re: The Premier Tech of Cycling
    « Reply #751 on: May 10, 2022, 18:26 »
    Sending the in-form Bevin to Hongrie looks to be part of that plan.

    You couldn't make this up.....

    https://twitter.com/IsraelPremTech/status/1523942183295979521

    Part of the Carlstrom interview also highlighted the sickness and illness that was rife in the team earlier in the year. I think the stat was 650 sick days since December (~20 days per rider on average). At one point 21 of their 31 riders were ill.
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