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Marc Sarreau: "I want to do well".

"Following my crash in the fifth stage of the Tour of Poland on August 3, I had a little pain in my left knee that bothered me for a few days. The Circuit Franco-Belge (August 10) did not go as planned with a puncture and average sensations but it has been better since.
The Bemer Cyclassics is a race that I know well and that corresponds to my qualities. I hope I can do well. I'll follow it up with the Tour Poitou-Charentes (August 23-26) in New Aquitaine, where I'll need to build up my confidence with several sprint finishes."[/su_quote]

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Damien Touzé, professional since 2017 and in the AG2R CITROËN team since 2021, extends his contract for two more years.
The 26-year-old rider will therefore be in the team's squad until 2024.
"I am happy to continue the adventure with the AG2R CITROËN team for the next two years. Helping riders like Greg Van Avermaet and Oliver Naesen to win the world's greatest classics is rewarding. I would like to thank the staff for integrating me into this very good group. It's a real sign of confidence and I hope to continue to progress and make my contribution to the results of the AG2R CITROËN team," said Damien Touzé.

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Damien Touzé unavailable

Following his crash in the third stage of the Vuelta a Burgos on August 4, Damien Touzé is still suffering from a large hematoma on his left thigh that is handicapping him in high-intensity cycling.
His date of return to competition will be decided according to the evolution of the injury.