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Re: The Start-Up Nation of Cycling
« Reply #540 on: July 20, 2020, 09:02 »
Aha!

When I read the other day that Ecuador had withdrawn from the race (and others might also have for all I know) I just had a feeling/hope that this might be on the cards.

https://www.facebook.com/IsraelCyclingAcademy/posts/2535180686585474

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The Israeli talent is especially eager to make it into the Tour de l’Avenir squad with the Israeli national team. “There are only five spots for - I think - six U23 riders that have a chance ongoing. The Tour de l’Avenir is the most popular and famous race for U23, kind of the Tour de France for my age category. It’s also the first time that the Israeli national team is going to participate.”

The WT riders are all too old now, so the team will have to come from the devo squad. That's five from Levi, Lahav, Goldstein, Davidzon, Abu-Fares and Ben Moshe.

They'll get their arses handed to them of course, but it'll be a good experience.
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