Ineo Grenadiers reveals desire to take Geraint Thomas on the Tour de France

The team has high expectations of its performance

Last Monday (28), through a statement during the press conference of the Vuelta a Espanã, which ends in September, Ineos Grenadiers expressed interest in taking Geraint Thomas to the Tour de France again next year . If the cyclist agrees with his team, it will be the third time he will compete for the grand prize.

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“G, as he always said, is the captain of our team. He’s the guy who leads the team from a driver’s point of view, and not just with what he says, but with the way he lives with the team, how he trains, how he does everything. He’s a great leader. So we expect him to do a few more Tour de France,” said Rod Ellingworth, Ineos Grenadiers Deputy Director.

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After failing to secure a position on the podium of the competition last year and having fallen behind Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogocar, Geraint Thomas had stated that his season at the event would have come to an end. However, Ineos Grenadiers aims to change the cyclist’s idea, giving more confidence and credibility to his career.

Previously, the team had announced that the athlete would participate in the Vuelta a Espana and that he would occupy the position of leader of the Ineos Grenadiers in the competition. Upon learning of the announcement, the cyclist commented that he will bet everything to have a great performance during the matches. Egan Bernal, Thymen Arensman, Jonathan Catroviejo, Laurens de Plus, Filippo Ganna and Kim Heiduk will also be representing the team in the matches.

“It’s brilliant to see him doing this. He does it subtly because he’s a G, he doesn’t yell and scream, but he sits on that bus and says things and leads, and he has high expectations of people. He’s brilliant. The value that G brings to the team is exceptional and if that’s all it is fair enough to me and I think he knows that and that’s why he’s playing”, said Rod Ellingworth, Ineos Grenadiers Deputy Director.

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