Sunday July 5th, 2015

Stage 2Utrecht / Zélande

Start 13h50 (Local time)

Michal Kwiatkowski: "I'm still happy with the team's effort"

interview05.07.2015Stage 2- Utrecht / Zélande

Today I've kept pushing to make a big gap. As a team we're really strong. Of course we knew Mark Cavendish could win such a stage. We all went for him. It looks like he paid the price for having spent too much energy and they [the sprinters] possibly went too early. We don't have the yellow jersey and we don't have the stage win today but I'm still happy with the team's effort.

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