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Jack Haig: Bahrain Victorious still have a lot of faith in Mikel Landa at Vuelta a España



Jack Haig’s early abandon at the Tour de France meant that he arrived at this Vuelta a España short of racing and largely bereft of personal ambition. He may have enjoyed a fine debut season at Bahrain Victorious, but at this race, he set out with the task of reprising his old GreenEdge role as a most deluxe domestique, this time in the service of Mikel Landa.

Although Landa has struggled at the Vuelta’s most recent summit finishes, and even though Haig has climbed in the top 10 overall following an enterprising afternoon in the breakaway on stage 7 to Balcón de Alicante, the roles remain unchanged at Bahrain Victorious, at least for the time being.



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