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Belgium’s wolfpack dominated the early season races like no other team. With no great ambitions for the general classifications, the Belgians are focusing all of their efforts on one-day races and sprint stages.
In Fernando Gaviria, two-time track world champion in the omnium, one member of the Belgium team has already decided to contest the Tour de Suisse 2018. The 33-year-old Argentine is one of the few riders who can hold a candle to world champion Peter Sagan in the sprints.
It has not yet been confirmed whether former world champion and last year’s Tour of Flanders winner Philippe Gilbert will also be lining up at the TdS. But with victory in the second stage last year, the Tour de Suisse should still be fresh in his memory.