Kreuziger: "A top result in the Vuelta will be a bonus."

Six weeks after his best result to date in the Tour de France - fifth overall in Paris - and four months after his first major Classic win in the Amstel Gold, Roman Kreuziger (Saxo-Tinkoff) feels that after such a strong first half of the season, he has no points to prove in the Vuelta a España this August. But as the 27-year-old tells Cyclingnews, he is still determined, at least initially, to give it 100 percent for the overall of cycling's third Grand Tour of 2013.

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