Michal Kwiatkowski announces goals for 2019 season
Dec 28 2018 04:12 am CET

Michal Kwiatkowski announces goals for 2019 season
Michal Kwiatkowski announces goals for 2019 season
Photo of Michal Kwiatkowski © Mary Cárdenas / CyclingPub.com

Michal Kwiatkowski has announced his goals for the 2019 season. The rider has already decided the race in which he will start the year and has outlined the rest of the season.

The 2018 season was successful for the Polish rider and he will work into improving from it. In the season, he took the overall victories at Tirreno-Adriatico, the Tour de Pologne and the Volta ao Algarve, and finished in the fourth position at the team time trial and the individual time trial at the World Championships of Innsbruck.

Unlike the 2017 and 2018 seasons, Kwiatkowski will not start his 2019 at the Spanish Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana but will do it instead at the opening edition of the UAE Tour, which will merge the Abu Dhabi Tour and the Dubai Tour.

The rider will then put his focus on the Ardennes Classics and from then he will start preparing for the next big point of his season: the Tour de France. After the French grand tour, Kwiatkowski will shift his attention to the World Championships of Yorkshire, which will be 285 kilometres long and that has a profile that suits the riders of his characteristics.

In Yorkshire, the rider will attempt to get the rainbow jersey once again, after getting it in 2014 at the World Championships of Ponferrada, Spain.
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