Tour de Suisse 2018: Impressive Start list includes Sagan, Quintana and Porte!
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Tour de Suisse 2018: Impressive Start list includes Sagan, Quintana and Porte!

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The provisional list of the squads and riders taking part in this year’s Tour de Suisse is quite impressive and it features several high-profile names in the sports’ world.

 

Tour de Suisse is set to take place next week on June 9 and will end on June 17.

 

Even though the list is provisional and not all the riders are guaranteed to become part of the tour, especially since Tour de France is right around the corner, most of the big names featured on the list have pretty much made up their mind to become part of this major warm-up tour.

 

Tour de Suisse 2018 features three mountain stages and Katusha Alpecin’s Simon Spilak will be one to be wearing number 1 as Nairo Quintana leads Movistar’s team.

 

On the other hand, Richie Porte has the help of the main BMC Racing team members including Rohan Dennis and Greg Van Avermaet.

 

Peter Sagan, the three-time world champion will most likely be the main star attraction.

 

Provisional Tour de Suisse 2018 start list

 

Katusha – Alpecin

GONÇALVES José

SPILAK Simon

HAAS Nathan

LAMMERTINK Maurits

CRAS Steff

HOLLENSTEIN Reto

SMIT Willie

 

BMC Racing

PORTE Richie

KÜNG Stefan

GERRANS Simon

VAN GARDEREN Tejay

SCHAR Michael

DENNIS Rohan

VAN AVERMAET Greg

 

Mitchelton-Scott

ALBASINI Michael

DURBRIDGE Luke

BAUER Jack

KREUZIGER Roman

EDMONDSON Alexander

HAYMAN Mathew

HAIG Jack

 

Team Sunweb

GESCHKE Simon

KELDERMAN Wilco

ARNDT Nikias

KÄMNA Lennard

ANDERSEN Søren Kragh

THEUNS Edward

MATTHEWS Michael

 

Astana

FUGLSANG Jakob

GATTO Oscar

FRAILE Omar

GRUZDEV Dmitriy

CORT NIELSEN Magnus

HANSEN Jesper

ZAKHAROV Artyom

 

Bora – Hansgrohe

SAGAN Peter

BURGHARDT Marcus

BODNAR Maciej

KONRAD Patrick

MÜHLBERGER Gregor

SAGAN Juraj

OSS Daniel

 

Bahrain-Merida

GASPAROTTO Enrico

IZAGIRRE Ion

IZAGIRRE Gorka

COLBRELLI Sonny

PERNSTEINER Hermann

KOREN Kristijan

PADUN Mark

 

Lotto Soudal

WELLENS Tim

LAMBRECHT Bjorg

GREIPEL André

MAES Nikolas

DE BUYST Jasper

SIEBERG Marcel

MONFORT Maxime

 

Trek – Segafredo

DEGENKOLB John

MOLLEMA Bauke

GOGL Michael

RAST Gregory

DE KORT Koen

STETINA Peter

STUYVEN Jasper

 

Ag2r La Mondiale

DENZ Nico

PETERS Nans

DILLIER Silvan

GASTAUER Ben

GAUTIER Cyril

FRANK Mathias

MONTAGUTI Matteo

 

Groupama – FDJ

CIMOLAI Davide

DÉMARE Arnaud

GUARNIERI Jacopo

KONOVALOVAS Ignatas

LE GAC Olivier

VICHOT Arthur

SINKELDAM Ramon

 

Dimension Data

DOUGALL Nick

KUDUS Merhawi

JANSE VAN RENSBURG Reinardt

VERMOTE Julien

MORTON Lachlan

DAVIES Scott

SLAGTER Tom-Jelte

 

Movistar

BENNATI Daniele

QUINTANA Nairo

LANDA Mikel

ROJAS José Joaquín

AMADOR Andrey

VALVERDE Alejandro

OLIVEIRA Nelson

 

UAE Team Emirates

GANNA Filippo

COSTA Rui

KRISTOFF Alexander

POLANC Jan

TROIA Oliviero

SWIFT Ben

ATAPUMA Darwin

ULISSI Diego

 

Quick-Step Floors

GILBERT Philippe

GAVIRIA Fernando

RICHEZE Maximiliano

LAMPAERT Yves

DECLERCQ Tim

KEISSE Iljo

MAS Enric

 

LottoNL-Jumbo

BATTAGLIN Enrico

KRUIJSWIJK Steven

LEEZER Tom

LINDEMAN Bert-Jan

TANKINK Bram

WYNANTS Maarten

BOUWMAN Koen

 

Team Sky

HENAO Sergio Luis

GEOGHEGAN HART Tao

DOULL Owain

 

LOPEZ David

ROSA Diego

HENAO Sebastián

DEIGNAN Philip

EF Education First-Drapac

DOMBROWSKI Joe

BRESCHEL Matti

BROWN Nathan

 

PHINNEY Taylor

VANMARCKE Sep

CARTHY Hugh

CLARKE William

 

Aqua Blue Sport

CHRISTIAN Mark

DENIFL Stefan

 

PEARSON Daniel

DUNBAR Edward

DUNNE Conor

GATE Aaron

WARBASSE Larry

 

Nippo – Vini Fantini

CUNEGO Damiano

HATSUYAMA Sho

 

SANTAROMITA Ivan

GROSU Eduard Michael

ZACCANTI Filippo

MARANGONI Alan

ITO Masakazu

 

Direct Energie

 

OURSELIN Paul

QUEMENEUR Perrig

BOUDAT Thomas

GRELLIER Fabien

SICARD Romain

TAARAMÄE Rein

CALMEJANE Lilian

 

 


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