Groupama-FDJ unveils programs of Arnaud Demare, Stefan Küng and Marc Sarreau
Jun 30 2020 02:25 am CET

Groupama-FDJ unveils programs of Arnaud Demare, Stefan Küng and Marc Sarreau
Groupama-FDJ unveils programs of Arnaud Demare, Stefan Küng and Marc Sarreau
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Groupama-FDJ has announced the calendars of three of its most important riders: Arnaud Demare, Stefan Küng and Marc Sarreau.

Demare started his season at the UAE Tour -where he finished in third position at the second stage- and he was one of the riders that had to suffer the quarantine in the hotel when some riders and staff tested positive for Covid-19. The Frenchman could eventually return to his home but broke a wrist at a training crash in May.

But he's already recovered and looking forward to the restart of the season, which will happen in the Spanish Vuelta a Burgos. From there he will go to Italy to be in Milano-Torino and Milano-Sanremo, then to Belgium for the Tour de Wallonie. Then he will be at the French national championships, at the Tour du Poitou-Charentes, the GP de Fourmies, the Tour du Luxembourg, Paris-Chauny and finish his season at the Giro d'Italia - a race in which he has taken one stage win in 2019.

Küng -who recently extended his deal with Groupama-FDJ until 2023- was in Paris-Nice at the moment the coronavirus forced the UCI to stop the season. The Swiss time trial national champion will restart the season at the championships of his country and from then he will go to Italy to start in Strade Bianche and Milano-Sanremo.

The Swiss rider then will be at the Criterium du Dauphine, will start in the Tour de France for the fourth year in a row, in Gent-Wevelgem, the GP de L'Escaut, the Tour of Flanders, the 3 jours de Bruges-La Panne and finish his season in Paris-Roubaix on the 25th of October.

Serrau -who enjoyed a successful 2019 with victories in races like Paris-Bourges, the Tour de Vendee, Cholet-Pays de la Loire and the Route Adelie de Vitre- was also part of the Paris-Nice roster the moment that the calendar had to be paused. He is ready to restart the season, and he will du it at the Tour de Pologne and the Tour du Limousin before heading for the French national championships.

From there he will go to Belgium for the Brussels Classics, then he will start in Tirreno-Adriatico, Pais-Chauny, the BinckBank Tour, Gent-Wevelgem, the GP de L'Escaut, the Tour of Flanders, the 3 jours de Bruges-La Panne and finish his 2020 in Paris-Roubaix.




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