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Antoine Raugel: "Curious to see what it will be like in the race

"After the end of the Vuelta à Espana (August 19 - September 11), I took two days off and then got back on the bike.
The post grand tour is a new experience for me. The sensations in training are quite surprising but not bad. The difference in heat between Spain and the return to France also plays a role.
I think this first three-week race is going to be a milestone for me and I'm very curious to see what it will be like in the race. That's why I wanted to get a bib back on quickly.
I still have a few French races with interesting profiles before I end my season. I want to finish well this first year with the AG2R CITROËN team."[/su_quote]

The number: 2019

Nans Peters' third place in 2019 is the last podium for the AG2R CITROËN team in Paris - Chauny.

News: The selected for the world championships in Australia

Benoît Cosnefroy (France), Stan Dewulf (Belgium), Felix Gall (Austria), Bob Jungels (Luxembourg) and Ben O'Connor (Australia) will compete in the road race of the World Championships in Wollongong, Australia on September 25.
Bastien Tronchon, a trainee with the AG2R CITROËN team and future member of the squad in 2023, was 18th in the U23 road race on September 23 with France.
Matys Grisel, Noa Isidore and Léandre Lozouet for France, Maxence Place with Belgium and Ilan Barhoumi in the Swiss selection, all members of the AG2R CITROËN U19 team, ran the U19 road race on September 23.