Chris Lawless 'needs to aim for stage wins' in Tour of Normandy

JLT-Condor manager John Herety says the squad's Chris Lawless should be aiming for victories to attract the attention of Pro Continental teams

Chris Lawless

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Chris Lawless (JLT-Condor) has been told that he should target stage wins at this week’s Tour of Normandy (March 21-27) if he wants to progress to a Pro-Continental or WorldTour team.

The seven-stage race in northern France began on Monday with a 6.4km prologue in Carentan. JLT, Madison-Genesis and Raleigh-GAC are all racing.

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