Tour de La Provence : Alexandre Geniez overall winner, Tony Gallopin 2nd - Equipe cycliste AG2R La Mondiale

Tour de La Provence : Alexandre Geniez overall winner, Tony Gallopin 2nd

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"This last day was easier than yesterday, but the stage was not without difficulties. And again, we took control of things quite well. The team has been on top of the game in all three road stages, and when that is the case, everything is just really fun. I am extremely pleased with how my season has begun. I have never won three races already by February 11th. It is very good to start this well. Now there is a bit of time for a little rest. My next race will be the Abu Dhabi Tour (February 21 - 25).”"Alexandre Geniez

" We have had a great week again. For my first races with AG2R LA MONDIALE, I could not have dreamed it better. After la Marseillaise and Bessèges, we are finishing again wit ha victory. On all levels, in our team spirit, in our cohesion, I have really enjoyed it. I have accumulated ten days of racing since the beginning of the season. Now there is a bit of room for recovery, and three weeks of training before taking on the first major goal of my season, Paris-Nice.”."Tony Gallopin

The team has won five races since the beginning of the season:
- 5th stage & overall classification - Etoile de Bessèges: Tony Gallopin
- Grand Prix de la Marseillaise / Prologue & Tour de la Provence overall classification: Alexandre Geniez

Quentin Jauregui finished in 11th place at Trofeo Laigueglia. In fact, four of our riders finish in the top twenty of the Italian event. For his return to racing, the Swiss Silvan Dillier took 14th, while Mikaël Cherel was 16th, and Hubert Dupont 17th.