Video: Hunter discusses Garmin-Barracuda's options for early Giro d'Italia stages

Veteran professional Robbie Hunter (Garmin-Barracuda) will be starting the fourth Giro d'Italia of his career and the 35-year-old South African spoke exclusively to Cyclingnews the evening before Saturday's opening stage. The reigning South African road champion believes his teammate Alex Rasmussen, racing on home soil, will be a contender to win the opening 8.7km time trial on Saturday in Herning, Denmark.

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