Altig: Corsica is going to be tough for a bunch sprint

The last rider to win a flat opening stage of the Tour de France, Germany’s Rudy Altig, says that he believes that Corsica's narrow, twisting roads will be very tough for the sprinters in Saturday's first day of racing.

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