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Robert Gesink (Netherlands) Blanco Gesink has had a good winter, his ‘new’ team has been winning races all over – from Australia to Langkawi to France and Portugal – and Paris-Nice is Gesink’s first target of the year. He’s brought a motivated, strong, well-balanced team to help him and he’s been climbing well. If he can keep out of trouble early on, Gesink must be in with a chance of the podium at least. He’s even been working on his time trialling. The final podium beckons.
Rui Costa (Portugal) Movistar Movistar is another team that has enjoyed a decent start to the season, principally through the absent Alejandro Valverde, but the team has looked strong and capable of riding to set up riders and defend a lead. Costa finished fifth overall in the Tour of the Algarve, a close second to Sky’s Sergio Henao on the toughest mountain stage and eighth behind Tony Martin in the decisive 35km time trial. Top five. Easy!
Jean-Christophe Peraud (France) Ag2r The former mountain biker Peraud has some form in as much as he won the Mont Faron stage of the Tour of the Mediterranean, although he only finished second overall, on the same second as the overall winner Thomas Lovkvist. He can time trial a bit too – he was third behind Wiggins and Westra last year on the Col d’Eze. His weakness may yet be the team, but Samuel Dumoulin and 22-year-old Roman Bardet can climb well, offering him support in the key hilly stages at the back end of the race. Assuming of course he hasn’t been blown away in the crosswinds early on.
Simon Spilak (Russia) Katusha Well, here’s a turn up, Katusha reclaimed its World Tour team status after an appeal to CAS and now finds itself at the start of Paris – Nice. Spilak was riding well in the Algarve and he’s got a band of henchmen around him – Denis Menchov, Yuri Trofimov – capable of doing whatever it takes.
Andrew Talansky (USA) Garmin-Sharp The Garmin team finds itself a little short of racing, since their bikes were stolen, en masse, prior to stage three of the Tour of the Mediterranean. Whether or not this will have had a major impact on Talansky’s form we can’t know. We suspect not. Talansky first showed his hand at this race two years ago and he’s only got better since. He can climb and he can time trial too. His form is unknown but his ability is in no doubt.
Tejay Van Garderen (USA) BMC The all-American cycling ‘jock’ has a higher profile following his exploits in the 2012 Tour de France where he won the best young rider’s jersey. There have even been mutterings about him leading the BMC team in the 2013 Tour. He finished second in the Tour de San Luis in Argentina at the start of the year, but Paris-Nice is a step up from that. Capable of winning. Or capable of near anonymity.
Lieuwe Westra (Holland) Vacansoleil DCM The surprise runner-up last year, a mere eight seconds behind Wiggins on general classification as well as two seconds behind on the final col d’Eze time trial, Westra showed well in the Tour of the Algarve, finishing third overall behind Tony Martin, who won the overall there thanks to a stunning time trial. Westra has a decent team around him, including 2012 Giro podium finisher Thomas De Gendt.