Wednesday July 15th, 2015

Stage 11Pau / Cauterets - Vallée de Saint-Savin

Start 12h05 (Local time)

Nairo Quintana: «I feel well and I won't surrender»

interview15.07.2015Stage 11- Pau / Cauterets - Vallée de Saint-Savin

It's been a very hard beginning of a stage today, with quite many attacks, but in the climbs near the finish I had pretty good feelings, which was important. I think it has taken time for the breakaway to go because we were paying for our efforts from yesterday. In the last climb it went to fast that I couldn't even try anything. Vincenzo Nibali's team has made many riders tired. They like attacking. They like to make a spectacular racing. In some ways, it favors me. An attack from far out tomorrow could be an option but we have to see how Chris [Froome] is. He's got some lead but I feel well and I won't surrender. We'll pay attention. If there's any weakness, we'll try to take profit from it. I'm happy with where I stand in the top 3 for now but the first place remains the goal.

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