Peter Sagan: It's not all about condition at the Tour of Flanders

Peter Sagan on the attack at the 2018 Tour of Flanders

Gleaning anything from Peter Sagan ahead of a race can be a tricky task at the best of times. The Slovakian rarely likes to give anything away and he was at his mischievous best as he batted away questions about his form and his thoughts on his rivals for Sunday's Tour of Flanders . Speaking to the press at his team hotel in Roeselare, Sagan was reticent to say how he felt his form was just 24 hours before the big race, adding that it only mattered what the result was when he crossed the finish line in Oudenaarde tomorrow afternoon. "If I win tomorrow then I'll say I feel exquisite and if I don't win then I’ll say I feel bad," Sagan said with his usual laugh. "It's not all about condition. It's all about how the race goes and what we can do. You can win the race ...

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