Dylan Teuns: “It was a really close finish"

interview12.08.2017Stage 3- Lyngseidet (Lyngen Alps) / Finnvikdalen (Tromsø)

Race leader Dylan Teuns said: “It was a really close finish. It's a big disappointment for me. When you lose by the length of a bike, you know you are beaten but now, only one centimeter gives me some regrets. The team did a really great job again. They worked very hard but they were also a bit tired from yesterday and still did an amazing job. In the finale I missed one guy, the sixth rider we don't have here as we lined up with only five. It's difficult to say if I'll win the overall until the race is finished. I'm only three seconds ahead of the second one. It's very close. We have a race tomorrow. It'll be hard to defend but I'll do everything.”

 

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