Home Vision World News The Chronicles of Milano-Sanremo part 1: Wout Van Aert interview, Vision Tech Guide: WINTER RIDER HYDRATION The Chronicles of Milano-Sanremo part 2: Simon Clarke return. Wout Van Aert (ph. Cor Vos) 25 Mar 2019 The Chronicles of Milano-Sanremo part 1: Wout Van Aert interview. What a wonderful debut for Wout Van Aert in Milano-Sanremo!The Belgian leader of our partner Team Jumbo-Visma has finished in sixth place, showing his talent on the Poggio being in the decisive breakaway with solely champions. In the final kilometres, Van Aert reacted on a late move from Matteo Trentin, but the duo could not avoid a sprint.”I thought that Trentin’s attack was the decisive one, but it came a little too early”, said Van Aert, who raced with the Metron 5D handlebar. ”Sixth is not bad, but the podium was very close. I felt great all day. On the Cipressa and the Poggio it went smoothly and I crossed the top among the first. This is a great debut in such a race and it has whetted my appetite. I will definitely come back here to aim for more. It is also a confirmation that we worked well during the training camp in Spain last week. This certainly gives confidence for the upcoming classics in Belgium. My form is good.”Sports-director Jan Boven was impressed by Van Aert and his team. “I was convinced that we were able to do this. Everyone was really good today. This is a confirmation that we are moving in the right direction and that we can come very far in the classics with this team. Taking into account that Dylan Groenewegen was able to follow until one kilometre below the top of the Poggio, I believe he can win this race in the future with a specific preparation.” Related News 16 Jun 2020 Lachlan Morton Everesting Title! EF Pro Cycling Team member and FSA/Vision 6 May 2020 A DAY WITH EF SERVICE COURSE EF Pro Cycl 10 Mar 2020 Cameron Brown Grabs 6th at Ironman New Zealand “My 23rd New Zealand Ironman ended in a 6th place finish.