Paris-Nice (March 7th-14th)

BOB JUNGELS : “I feel ready.

“After the cancellation of the Ruta del Sol, I decided to do a three week training camp in Sierra Nevada (Spain). I did a great load of work there with perfect weather. Today I am in the form I need to be in order to start the season well and I cannot wait to kick off. Paris-Nice is a good objective, with a difficult course and a time trial. I hope to take the highest possible place in the overall classification ahead of doing the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya and the Ardennes classics, which are also important goals. We have a great team and we have already shown in recent weeks that the group is competitive. I feel ready. I am happy to start the season. I got along really well with the whole team during the training camp in Spain in January and I am very proud to be part of the AG2R Citroën Team project.”BOB JUNGELS

THE NUMBER

3

In five days of racing, Dorian Godon, who will race in his first Paris-Nice, has finished three times in the top six (6th in the first stage of the Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var, 5th in the Ardèche Classic, 6th in the Drôme Classic).

THE NEWS

Video press conferences with Bob Jungels, Vincent Lavenu and Julien Jurdie on Saturday

Bob Jungels will be available to speak with the press via a video conference on Saturday at 4 p.m.
Vincent Lavenu and Julien Jurdie will be available via video conference on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
The Zoom link will be shared later. Please confirm your intention to join the Zoom conference with Yves Perret via whatsapp or by emailing presse@france-cyclisme.fr.