[su_quote cite=Benoît Cosnefroy]
Benoît Cosnefroy: "Winning a stage
"I've just come off a course in Sierra Nevada which went really well. It's a good block of work for the second half of the season, with a mix of high altitude and more leisurely outings. We've worked well. I'm looking forward to the Boucles de la Mayenne. There's always an element of uncertainty just after a high-altitude training camp , but I hope I'll be in good condition to play up front. The course is a little more hilly than last year, so it suits me better. It's going to be a good battle, especially on the first two days. The aim will be to win a stage, but why not think about the overall classification if things go well? I hope to build up pressure until the Tour de Suisse (June 12-19) and be ready for the start of the Tour de France (July 1-24) in just over a month's time."[/su_quote]
In training in Sierra Nevada from May 9 to 23, Benoît Cosnefroy has done 1560 kilometers and 28,000 meters of positive altitude difference.
Calmejane and Vendrame with the most race days in 2022
On a rest day this Monday at the Giro d'Italia, Lilian Calmejane and Andrea Vendrame are the riders of the AG2R CITROËN team with the most race days this year. They have 42 days of racing under their belts, with Andrea Vendrame having covered 6829 kilometers and Lilian Calmejane 6799 kilometers.