By Antonio J. Salmerón
"I do not arrive to judge anybody, but to give viability," said Ginés García, the new manager of the professional Spanish cycling team, 3 Molinos Resort. He justified his decision to return to cycling "because the project of 3 Molinos Resort convinced me, and I always dreamed directing in this professional category."
Garcia has directed several Spanish amateur teams, Pastor de Carnicas, CAAM, and Plastimer, but he has not done so for years. "I have stayed well informed and currently I am bringing myself up to date with the changes that have occurred.
"I will actively follow the development of all the riders, from the 'amateurs' to the professionals, so that all enjoy the opportunities they deserve, as well as taking part in the planning for next season," added Garcia, who will also carry out a restructuring of the team.
"We have to do two very important stage races, the tours of Portugal and Britain," he concluded, without forgetting the Volta a Catalunya, where they will compete alongside the ProTour teams.