Caleb Ewan: I am convinced that we will return to the WorldTour within three years
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Caleb Ewan talked about his expectations for the next season, but also his impressions about the previous one. Ewan is an optimist. "The past year has been really stressful for everyone in the team.
Unfortunately, we didn’t make it.
But personally, I don’t think a lot will change. I can do my usual program and that is the most important thing.
Of course, we need to make sure that we stay in the driving seat to choose our own races. But if we perform like the past season, there won’t be a problem.
That is why I am convinced that we will return to the WorldTour within three years."- he said, as quoted by eurosport.com Ewan is not happy with certain moments from last season, but it's just a lesson for him.
“It’s true that 2022 wasn’t my best season but still, I won seven races. I also had my share of bad luck. But sometimes, you’re able to learn the most from those seasons. I learned my lessons and I am ready for next season."
Caleb Ewan and his goals
His goals for what awaits him remain the same.
He is motivated like never before, and we will see if he can fulfill the goals he has set. "I am really motivated to get results in the biggest races," Ewan said. "My goals will mostly be the same as other years: Milan-San Remo, several Belgian Classics, the Tour de France and the Worlds [the latter to be held in Scotland in August].
I am really excited to ride some more Belgian races again.
Those should suit me really well, now that I’m a bit older and more experienced. "A lot can happen of course [in 2023]. But I hope to win a Classic or even a Monument in the spring season, that would be great.
"Afterwards, I will focus on the Tour de France, where I hope to win a stage again.
And almost straight after, it’s time for the Worlds, where I expect to have a good chance.
"Those are a lot of big appointments and goals, but if everything goes well and I have a bit less bad luck compared to last year, I think I’m able to win in one of those races”.