Sagan downplays GP Quebec and Montreal chances

World champion Peter Sagan has downplayed his chances of a podium result at the WorldTour one-day races GP de Quebec and GP de Montreal with the Tinkoff rider citing a lack of racing. The 25-year-old was second at the inaugural edition of the GP de Montreal in 2010 and then won the race in 2013 with 2016 marking his return to the double header after missing the last two years.

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