Despite his fall and abandonment in the Tour of Denmark, Bernal does not stop. And he wants to win.

Despite his fall and abandonment in the Tour of Denmark, Bernal does not stop. And he wants to win.

Egan Bernal returned to competition at the Tour of Denmark and made a successful return after the serious accident he suffered last January 24, on the roads of Cundinamarca.

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Although the cherry was very close to being on the cake, since his team, Ineos, finished seconds from winning the race, the balance for Bernal is more than satisfactory.

Not in vain, after his displays of hierarchy and coordination, he is already thinking about the other races he will face before the end of the year.

The first, the Vuelta a Germany.

According to the Italian press, several classics and the Tour of Croatia are coming.

(Be sure to read: Nairo Quintana: keys that Arkea and the clean sport group have him in their sights).

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Egan's calendar

Despite his crash and retirement in the Tour of Denmark, Bernal does not stop. And he wants to win.

Ineos announced this Monday that Egan Bernal will race in the Tour of Germany, which starts this Wednesday, August 24.

According to the Italian journalist Ciro Scognamiglio, well-known in the world of cycling, Bernal, in September, will participate in some classics such as the Giro della Toscana, the Coppa Sabatini and the Marco Pantani Memorial on the 14th, 15th and 17th, respectively.

The same month, the Tour of Croatia is shaping up to be his last stage race of the year. This starts on September 27.

On October 8, according to said information, Bernal would run the Giro de Lombardía, his last classic of 2022.

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