Greipel Wins the Criterion Before Tour Down Under, Juraj Sagan 32.

ADELAIDE – Cycling Criterion before Tour Down Under in Australia won Nemec Andre Greipel from the team of Lotto Belisol on Sunday. The winner of the 51-kilometer course has pulled the rivals at the end without any problems, and indicated that he was planning a third triumph in the first season of the Pro Tour in the season.

The results of the 10 rounds near the Adelaide Center do not count towards the overall Tour Down Under rating. Greipel won in 2008 and 2010. The first stage is on the program on Tuesday and riders travel 135 km.Greipel, now three times the winner of the Criterion, however, has won the right to wear an ocher jersey for the driver to start the Tour. Nor did Rymill Park miss the Slovak riders, Juraj Sagan (24) finished in 32nd place and Peter Velits came in 51st position. “The first days in Australia we experienced a time shift, but we were gradually adapting, and the weather was playing, two days ago, there was about 40 degrees of heat, the next day the mercury dropped to twenty, so the body got its…And today’s prologue, I was pretty good at it, and it was up to me to get the job of the peloton, which I finally managed to do as far as possible.The last rounds were direct to me, because I do not have such a speed at all, but I was up to the end. In the next stages, I will definitely try to get lucky, because a man never knows when he shoots it. We have a total domestic rank of Cameron Wurf in our team, but we have a free hand. Tomorrow we have a light training session with cycling amateurs, as our Cannondale team and the tour down Tour Down Under have already begun, “ spoke Juraj Sagan’s manager Jozef Korbel.

< b> Results – Criterion in Adelaide (51 km): 1. André Greipel (Nem./Lotto Belisol) 1:04:00, 2. Matthew Harley Goss (Austr./Orica GreenEdge) 3. Gregory Henderson (New Zealand / Lotto Belisol), 4. Boy Van Poppel (Hol / Vacansoleil-DCM), 5.Edward Hogan (Nor / Sky), 6. Davide Cimoali (Tal./Lampre-Merida),…32. Juraj Sagan (SR / Cannondale), 51. Peter Velits (SR / Omega Pharma-QuickStep) time as winner