The 2023 UCI ProSeries calendar will open with the Vuelta a San Juan in Argentina and two teams have announced their participation in the competition, including the INEOS Grenadiers, which will have Egan Bernal and champion Filippo Ganna in its formation.
Between January 22 and 29, the 2023 edition of the Vuelta a San Juan will be run, one of the most important races in America and which will incidentally be in charge of opening the UCI ProSeries season.
More than two months in advance, two teams confirmed their participation in the Argentine race: INEOS Grenadiers and Total Energies.
In the case of the English squad, the sports director, Matteo Tosatto, announced the participation of INEOS and commented that both Filippo Ganna and Colombian Egan Bernal, who is on vacation in Peru, will be in training for the Argentine race. It will be the first competition of the year for the 2019 Tour de France champion.
Meanwhile, TotalEnergies confirmed that he would be in the race and the multi-world champion Peter Sagan himself announced that he would be part of the French team for the South American competition, in which he has participated twice.
In turn, the organization of the race announced the layout of the first two stages; the first will be 147 kilometers long and will begin and end in San Juan, while the second will begin in San Agustín del Valle Fértil and will end, presumably at the packing station, in Jáchal, after traveling 206 kilometers.
Tomado de: Andres Castro, www.colombianosports.net