“I think the organization did this to keep us awake” – International Cycling

“I think the organization did this to keep us awake” – International Cycling
“I think the organization did this to keep us awake” – International Cycling

By @Nandodimaria

Colombian rider Santiago Buitrago of Bahrain Victorious saved the day of the Tour de France, however it was not an easy day for the Bogota native.

Santiago Buitrago, Photo-SprintCycling

At the end of the race he said: “I think the organisation did this to keep us from sleeping”, he laughed a little: “Yes, it is the first time I have raced on gravel and it has really been a very, very demanding day, one of the hardest days of this week without a doubt and very nerve-racking. A bit of a complicated section, handling the bike in those curves, especially in the last part, and the truth is I think it was a very complicated stage from the beginning”, said Buitrago.

The rest day arrives and the first assessments come: “I am happy. We have already finished this first week and the important thing was not to waste time, in the end we tried, but no, everyone is very strong, now on to the second week. Let’s rest well and go for another week,” he concluded.

Fernando Estupiñán

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