EFE · Road Competition · 04/21/2019
The aragons Jaime Castrillo (Movistar) are one of six men who must wear their partner Alejandro Valverde to try to win the Amstel Gold Races on Sunday, something that qualifies as "a luxury".
"Since I arrived at the team Alejandro treated me like one more, he is a very humble person, for me it is a luxury to be able to compete with him", explains the Jacetano who will be one of the ten Spaniards that will have the beginning in Maastricht to face the 265 , 7 kilometers to Berg in Terbiljt.
Castrillo was already helping Murcian, who was eighth in the Tour of Flanders who managed to finish in a year in which telephone training lined him up in the practical totality of the Belgian classics and even in the always feared Paris-Roubaix.
"Living the Flanders tour with Alejandro was unique, one of the most special moments since I was in Movistar, despite being eighth, I was very proud to be there with him," he told EFE.
In his second season in the lite World Tour the Jacetano has begun to regularly enter seven of the tests in which his team comes out with clear aspirations to win and along with the great leader who now wears the shirt of the rainbow. world
"I try to learn every day alongside Alejandro, in sports and in person, to be able to help him compete in races is a privilege for me," he concludes.
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