A former English instructor for the WorldTour team told us that the toughest job is still teaching in the peloton.
He said he had to train the riders on the road, not on the track.
This is a tough job, he said.
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He’s looking forward to getting back in a race that he’s enjoyed so much this year.
“It’s a difficult job, you’re always changing things,” he told Cyclingnews.
“I’d say the hardest job is the sprint.
You have to be very disciplined, you have to train them on the sprint, but also on the bike.
There’s a lot of different things you need to do.
You’ve got to be on top of them.
It’s difficult to do that in a day and a half, even though it’s the same track.
You’re not going to have the same kind of rhythm in the same way.
But the sprint is the main thing.”
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