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Michael Carbel: Anything can happen in the finale

This Friday 25th of September, CULT Energy Pro Cycling’s Michael Carbel joins the U23 Danish national squad to compete in the World Championships in Richmond, USA.

The race covers a distance of 162.2 kilometers on a relatively flat but technical and cobbled course over ten laps. Yesterday, the Danish national squad secured a gold medal in the U23 time trial World Championships with Mads Würtz and the team is hoping for more.

CULT Energy Pro Cycling’s Michael Carbel says:

“It’s a fairly easy course but you shouldn’t never underestimate the roughness of the World Championships as it is the most prestigious race on the calendar and everyone wants to perform here. I think we have a very strong team although I’m feeling sorry for Mads Pedersen who’s still out with an injury and wont compete. However, the team spirit of the group is fantastic and especially after the time trial gold medal was conquered by Mads. We have several cards to play and I just hope that I’ll be able to reach the finale. If we get this far in the race, anything can happen,” concludes Michael Carbel.

Tomorrow, CULT Energy Pro Cycling’s Rasmus Quaade participates in the Elite time trial World Championships.


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