Peter Sagan aims for stage wins while training for Worlds at Vuelta a Espana

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe)

The return of Peter Sagan ( Bora-Hansgrohe ) to the Vuelta a España this Saturday could hardly go unnoticed given both his status as three-times world champion, and the dramatic way that he quit the Vuelta three years ago. "Good memories and bad memories, always everything is together," was the somewhat poetic way Sagan had of summing up his recollections of the Vuelta on Thursday, a race in which he took his first-ever Grand Tour stage wins back in 2011. It's also a race that he quit in 2015, injured after colliding with an in-race motorbike. Sagan told reporters in Malaga, where the race starts on Saturday, that he is aiming to have a good race, "and after that we will see," he said. But he also admitted that he was “not yet at 100 per cent" after crashing in the Pyrenees during the Tour de France. Sagan's memories of ...

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