Saturday July 4th, 2015

Stage 1Utrecht / Utrecht

Start 14h00 (Local time)

Tony Martin: "I like the course... a lot!"

interview04.07.2015Stage 1- Utrecht / Utrecht

Triple world champion for individual time trial, Tony Martin (Etixx-Quick Step) said before the race: “It's obviously my number one goal here. Everybody is talking about me and Tom Dumoulin but there are lots of other favourites, Cancellara, Rohan Dennis… But it's true that Tom came close a few times but I hope I will again end up on top this time. I checked the course several times and I guess I know it pretty well by now. It might look a little short but I like it a lot. I hope the weather stays stable even though if shouldn't affect us too much as most of the favourites are starting together.”

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