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Greg Van Avermaet to Close Classics Season at Liège-Bastogne-Liège

18. April 2017, Santa Rosa, California (USA) — Road Team

Greg Van Avermaet will race at Liège-Bastogne-Liège this Sunday, 23 April. (c) TDWSport.com

Greg Van Avermaet will line up on home soil one last time in his spring Classics campaign when he takes to the start line of Liège-Bastogne-Liège this Sunday, 23 April. Here's what Greg had to say about lining up:

“I want to line up at Liège-Bastogne-Liège because it has been a long time since I last started there. I’ve had a really good spring so far so I have nothing to lose by racing. I want to try and see how far I can go because it has been four years since I raced the last time, so I want to see if I am able to get a good result.”

“There’s a big difference in the recovery after Paris-Roubaix and Amstel Gold Race. Paris-Roubaix was one of the hardest races I have done in my life so it was really hard to recover from it. But now, I feel ok. It has been a hard spring but I still feel good and we will just see how it goes on Sunday. I’m not going there as a big favorite, it’s more just to try again and see how far I can go in this kind of race.”

“The Classics are always the main goal in my season so it’s good to have one last race on home soil. I know the region and the roads well so it’s always good to race there.”

- Greg Van Avermaet

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