Cycling World Championships, Benati on June 8 in Australia to discover the way

Arezzo Sangalli coach will accompany the women’s coach. Appointment in Wollongong on September 25th. Classic track: 267 km and approx. 4000m in altitude

Now that Covid restrictions are finally relaxed, new Italian coach Daniele Benatti’s world championship job can begin. The trip to Australia is scheduled in order to see the Wollongong track in person that will dedicate on Sunday 25 September the rainbow jersey (which has gone in the past two years, in Imola and Leuven, to Frenchman Julien Alaphilippe): Italy does not. Winner of Varese 2008 (Ballan). With Benati – starting on June 8, and staying in Australia for two full days – there will also be Paolo Sangalli, Dino Salvoldi’s successor at the helm of the women’s national team (the defending champion is with Elisa Balsamo). The Australian – the last time the Australian was in 2010 in Geelong, and Hushofd won with Pozzato 4th – is a suitable men’s route from the classics: 267 km and almost 4000 meters in altitude: starting from Helensburg, at km 30, the ascent begins to Mount Kira ( 8.7 km at 5% with peaks of 15%). then enters a 17.1 km circuit to repeat 12 times (6 for women); The most demanding stretch is the Mount Pleasant stretch (1.1 km at 7.7% with a gradient of ~14%), the last 6 km are cliffs.

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