If I was Dylan Groenewegen it would be hard to rejoin the peloton, says Caleb Ewan

The Australian sprinter also says he will target stage wins at all three Grand Tours this year, as well as the Tour de France green jersey

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Caleb Ewan says if he was in Dylan Groenewegen's position it would be hard for him to rejoin the peloton.

The Jumbo-Visma sprinter is currently banned for the incident at the Tour of Poland where he caused Fabio Jakobsen to crash into the barriers during the sprint finish, leaving his compatriot in intensive care. Groenewegen's backdated ban means he will be able to return to racing from May 7 2021.

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