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Four Italian Races for Lampre-Merida

On Tuesday 27th the blue-fuchsia-green team will participate in the Tre Valli Varesine (192,9 km, from Saronno to Varese), which will be followed on Wednesday 28th by Milano-Torino (start from San Giuliano Milanese and arrival on Colle di Superga, 186 km)and on Thursday 29th by Gran Piemonte (207 km from Diano d’Alba to Agliè).

On Saturday 1st October LAMPRE-MERIDA will take part in the last World Tour event, which will be the Il Lombardia: start from Como and arrival in Bergamo, 240 km of distance.

On the team’s car Mitsubishi Outlander in all the four races there will be the sports director Marco Marzano, who will oversee these lineups:

– Tre Valli Varesine (27/9): Durasek, Koshevoy, Mori, Niemiec, Petilli, Polanc, Ulissi and the trainee Masnada.
– Milano-Torino (28/9): Cattaneo, Rui Costa, Durasek, Mori, Niemiec, Petilli, Polanc, Ulissi.
– Gran Piemonte (29/9): Bono, Cattaneo, Rui Costa, Durasek, Modolo, Mori, Petilli, Polanc.
– Il Lombardia (1/10): Bono, Cattaneo, Rui Costa, Durasek, Mori, Petilli, Polanc, Ulissi.

Diego Ulissi:
Italian rider Diego Ussi of the Lampre Merida team celebrates while crossing the finish line to win the fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 200 km between Catanzaro and Praia a Mare, Italy 2016. ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO

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