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“I will give you my personal view, but I can say that I feel very confident that the race will be won,” the Italian said.
But this doesn’t mean that we don’t have hope. “
It’s true that we lost our chances at the start.
But this doesn’t mean that we don’t have hope.
There’s still a lot of time for us to improve our chances and that’s what we’re doing.
The only thing I’m afraid of is to be in the position we are in today.”
In the meantime, the Italian, who has been leading the race for most of the race, is hoping to be the one to lead the race to the finish.
It’s been a difficult week for him, with the race moving from Milan to Rome to Milan, and then to the capital.
The first leg in Rome, on Saturday, was marred by an incident that saw three spectators killed when the car of a group of marathons riders crashed in front of them.
This incident was the worst for a race to go down, with a number of spectators being seriously injured, as well as a cyclist killed.
While the riders were being taken to hospital, a motorbike that was part of the group that crashed in the road accident collided with another car, killing the two men on board.
Two men were also injured.
In the second leg in Milan, the race moved on to the Piazza San Pietro.
In both legs, there were a number minor incidents, with both teams losing riders on the first leg.
However, the riders came through with a strong performance, with Lotto-Soudal’s Francesco Molinari (1:36:46) claiming his first ever Milan win in a time of 4:07:30, and Bora-Hansgrohe’s Vincenzo Nibali (3:00:51) going on to win the race.
With a total of 26 days remaining, it’s been clear that there are many problems to be solved, and that the organisers of the races are looking for solutions.
“We will be working hard in the next few days, to try and find solutions to these problems,” the team said in a statement.
“I know we will have some challenges ahead of us, but we will do everything to achieve the objective.
I’m sure we will achieve our goals in the best possible way.
L’Oréal, which has been working with the UCI for the last three years, has also been trying to find solutions.”
It was a difficult race to come back from, but it’s time to come together and take the next step.
We will do our utmost to give our athletes the best conditions possible for the next two months, and we’ll work hard to improve the race,” the statement read.