The Excitement Of Playing At The Hometown Makes Mark excited

Mark Cavendish knows that nothing is guaranteed in sport set he is vying to be successful in his hometown. He is already being hailed as the top contender this time for Tour de France which is going to take place in Harrogate.

Being 29 years of age and ranked third for the stage wins all the time almost considering the Tour of France he has not been able to lift that yellow jersey even after 25 triumphs which has made him a local hero in almost all the places. So this is his best chance of becoming victorious at his mother’s hometown. But he is not relying upon his laurels rather he wants to persevere and then make it to the winning stage. He is not being over confident at all. Keeping him grounded is the excitement that is making him brim from time to time and probably his last chance of doubling the excitement at a fitting place.

In fact he is just not focusing entirely on Yorkshire as the tour does not end there. There are more 20 stages after Saturday. The vibe has never been seen before by him. Many champions have been left out by the team in the starting line up itself making the hometown riders less in number and also adding to Mark’s advantage. The reason why the cyclists like to keep coming back in Yorkshire is because of the success. He wished Bradley and David to be there with him. The entry of Chris Froome will make it exciting and people will be rooting for him. Mark believes in competition which is a great sign for any sportsman. He will become the seventh rider from British to wear the yellow jersey. The opening line up is of trek 190.5 km with beautiful scenery of the countryside of Britain.

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