Aaron Wade’s first Elite win. Team U Cube 17 member this Sunday in the Sprint, Grand Prix Christian Fenioux (See the ranking). “It’s unbelievable! I’m so happy”Ensuring DirectVelo The Irishman is playing his first season in France.
On the circuit found around Huygnes (Indre), his legs responded well. “It was a tough race, with no real rest moments or flat sections. It was just a series of ups and downs. “There were a few climbs at the end of the race.”. His teammates led the peloton from the red fire. At 500m there was still a runner with him. “He took me to 200m and then it was my decision to play”. The nearly 21-year-old runner didn’t have the most confidence for the sprintT. “I’ve had guys who beat me in the last few weeks. During the sprint, I saw some people coming back, but I gave everything I had and I managed to hold on. He overcame experienced riders such as Dylan Guinet, Ronan Racault and Alexandre Jamet.
He was wounded twice in the arm
Until then, his best result of the season was second place in Division 1, a round of the Trophie Maxime Mederle in April, contested at Saint-Léger-Magnesieux (Haute-Vienne). “I feel better and better as the weeks go by”. Needless to say, I did not let go after reaching N1. “Right now, it’s not going well. In my first race in February I fell and broke my hand. Then I managed to put the cover back on at the Tour de la Manche in May… again Kai… I’m coming back now”A recent 9th place at the Prix Marcel Bergereau and a 2nd place at Montlieu-la-Garde (Charente-Maritime), in Group 2, says he has come hand in hand with his team-mate Paul Connor.
After a run in the 23J, Aaron Wade will return to Ireland to compete in his National Track Championships this Monday 15th August at Plassle in Charente-Maritime. “I will do the chase and scratch. I started cycling on the track and that’s where I took up the crate and that’s what I love the most”.
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