Modolo leads EF Education First-Drapac at Milan-San Remo

Sacha Modolo (EF Education First-Drapac)

Sacha Modolo has been confirmed as team leader at EF Education First- Drapac for Saturday’s Milan-San Remo , as the US WorldTour team hopes for a sprint finish in the Via Roma. Modolo finished fourth in his debut at Milan-San Remo in 2010 and has since taken two other top-ten results, including sixth last year. He showed form at Tirreno-Adriatico finishing fourth in Monday’s sprint finish in Fano. Modolo can count on the support of Matti Breschel, Simon Clarke, Mitch Docker, Sebastian Langeveld, Dan McLay and Taylor Phinney for the 291km race. “I feel tense, but it is a good tension,” Modolo said, revealing the nerves and expectation that every sprinter and every rider feels in the days before Milan-San Remo. “Being a leader gives me responsibility, a sense of duty and a desire to repay trust. It is the first Monument race of the year, and being an Italian ...

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