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Davide Ballerini books the World Cup in Australia

David Ballerini Blue Invitation. The Cantorino rider is, in fact, part of the list of 13 cyclists who could be called up for the World Championships in Australia. The Pro competition will be held on Sunday, September 25th. Technical commissioner Daniele Benatti has unveiled the “long list” of the thirteen Azzurri players in an unprecedented and astonishing fashion. The list was actually published in Presso on the stage of the Jova Beach Tour, and the show was made possible by the long-standing friendship between Lorenzo Jovanotti and my daughters.

10 contestants will then be selected from this list. Ballerini is virtually certain to fly to Australia, where Benati considers him one of his best men along with Alberto Petitol and Matteo Trentin.

“We go to the world championships to do well and know that we are not the favourites,” Banati said. “However, we rely on a motivating group, made up of healthy and healthy passengers. We will do everything to come back with a good result. Then we have to deal with reality. There are some elements that stand above all: Wout Van Aert, Tadej Pogacar and Remco Evenepoel and Mathieu Van der Poel and Michael Matthews who play at home The Azzurri: “Our squad expect Alberto Petitol one step above the others. Just below Ballerini and Trentin who will take the final test at the Tour of Luxembourg.”

The list of 13 who could be called up for Italy consists of Vincenzo Albanese, David Ballerini, Andrea Baggioli, Samuel Battistella, Alberto Pettiol, Nicola Conci, Alessandro Coffey, Giacomo Nizzolo, Stefano Oldani, Andrea Pasqualone, Lorenzo Rotta and 2022 Italian champion Matteo Filippo Trentino.

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