Jacopo Guarnieri is a key component in Arnaud Démare’s sprint train at Groupama-FDJ – as well as being a rouleur.cc columnist.
He’s already guided his main man to victories at Milano-Torino and two stages and GC at Tour de Wallonie since racing’s restart. All being well, he’ll be leading out more stage wins at the Giro d’Italia in October. There’s a new philosophy at the team, he tells us: “We want to win. And win a lot.” It seems to be working…
Dr. Norman Lazarus came to cycling relatively late in life, yet is still putting in some serious mileage at the age of 84. His new book The Lazarus Strategy (published by Yellow Kite) details how to live a healthier life for longer, via exercise, diet and mental health. Ian Parkinson talks to the author to hear his theory behind living an active and medication-free lifestyle in our golden years. This doc practises what he preaches.
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