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Have you ever wondered aout the life of a pro cyclist in the service of Tom Boonen? Here's ypur...
Have you ever wondered aout the life of a pro cyclist in the service of Tom Boonen? Here's ypur chance to find out first hand. Throughout the Tour de France, Quick.Step's Wilfried Cretskens will provide Cyclingnews with his insights. The first entry was made on Monday - here it is.
"Most people who read this on CN might lift an eyebrow when they see my name. It doesn't bother me that I'm not that famous worldwide, because that's not my goal. I've got an assisting position in the team, so the others are more in the picture of course. People who need to know, they know; and that's what's most important to me.
"Some people compare me with Wilfried Peeters (current coach of the Quickstep team, and lieutenant of Johan Museeuw). Comparisons are something I dislike; I'm Wilfried Cretskens and that's it. You can't compare all those careers, and it doesn't make sense either. I know that Peeters and I didn't win much. But if I get some good results, that's never intended to be like that. I just do my job; and if I'm still in the front at the end, that's just alright. At the end of the year, there are some smaller races where I get a free role. Then I can race in a different way; and of course, that's great fun!"
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