The northern team Go Sport – Roubaix Lille Métropole will start its 2022 season at the GP La Marseillaise on Sunday January 30. The formation which evolves at the Continental level has thus unveiled its first composition of the year. His latest recruit Thomas Boudat will be the headliner.
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Go Sport – Roubaix Lille Métropole ambitious on the GP La Marseillaise 2022
The French team will not come to the Bouches-du-Rhône for sightseeing and to take advantage of the mild temperatures in the South of France. Indeed, the arrival of Wilhelm Hubner at the head of the Roubaix team marks the starting point of an ambitious project. In sporting terms, his two star recruits, 27-year-old Frenchman Thomas Boudat and Lithuanian Evaldas Siskevicius, double Lithuanian time trial champion, will wear their new jerseys. The Girondin rider seems to have found in Roubaix a setting conducive to performance by allowing him to reconcile road and track. The dolphin of Aurélien Paret-Peintre here in 2021 will try to do as well and would like to score big points for the classification of the Coupe de France. These two riders will be supported by already seasoned boys like Clément Carisey and Jérémy Leveau. The two neo-pro Maxime Jarnet and Tom Mainguenaud will take their first steps on the professional circuit. The young Valentin Tabellion will complete this squad of 7 riders.
Read also: The list of runners entered
The Go Sport – Roubaix Lille Métropole squad for the GP La Marseillaise
Thomas Boudat (France – 27 years old), Clement Carisey (France – 29 years old), Maxime Jarnet (France – 23 years old), Jeremy Leveau (France – 29 years old), Tom Mainguenaud (France – 21 years old), Evaldas Siskevicius (Lithuania – 33 years old) and Valentin Tabellion (France – 22 years old)
The editorial staff of TCNEWS with Julien Cottard