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The teams of the Nations’ Cup 2023. I. – Austria, Bulgaria and Czech Republic!

Nearly 90 riders from 14 teams are expected to compete in this year’s Nations’ Cup Hungary on 16-17 August 2023. Among them, we now meet the Austrian, Bulgarian and Czech teams.

Published: August 7, 2023
Source: www.ncuphungary.com

Stefan Marbler showed the strength of the Austrian team at the first World Cup in Hungary in 2020, as he finished in ninth place in the general classification. Of course, the brothers-in-law were also in the top-20 for the next two years.

No real standout riders have been entered this year, but the duo of Gabriel Preyler and Marco Stocker could be capable of causing a surprise.

Preliminary entry list for the Austrians are Moritz Doppelbauer, Julius Fabbri, Gabriel Preyler, Felix Rützler, Jakob Sertic and Marco Stocker.

Bulgaria will be competing for the second time at the World Cup in the Nyíregyháza area, having only gained experience in 2022, but are looking to become a more dominant force this year.

The squad includes national champion Veselin Georgiev, one of Bulgaria’s top cycling talents Radostin Zlatev and a returning cyclist, Radoslav Grancharov, who also rode at last year’s World Cup in Hungary.

Preliminary entry list for the Bulgarians are Veselin Georgiev, Radoslav Grancharov, Yoan Stankov, Radostin Zlatev and Dmitriy Yanev.

Although the Czechs did not take part in last year’s World Cup in Hungary, they will return this year with a formidable line-up, built around national champion Krystof Kral, who finished a few days ago in twelfth place in the World Championships road race. Kral, who has been a member of the BORA-hansgrohe’s junior team, has also won a stage at the Italian Eroica Juniores and the Czech Peace Race this year.

Preliminary entry list for the Czechs are Jan Bittner, Krystof Kral, Adam Pesek, Jan Podaril, Pavel Sumpik and Stepan Zahalka.

As originally planned, the 2023 Home Nations’ Cup Youth World Cup will host cyclists on 16-17 August as the ninth round of the ten-round series.

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