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Cycling Canada  – SAGUENAY, June 10, 2017 – Team Canada’s Guillaume Boivin made his second podium appearance in two days on Friday, in stage 2 of the internationally sanctioned stage race Grand Prix Cycliste de Saguenay.  Boivin finished third on the 171 kilometre stage in a sprint finish.

Canadian professional squad Silber Pro Cycling finished 1-2 on the stage, with Emile Jean taking the win ahead of Stephen Bassett.  Boivin also moved to within three seconds of the overall race lead, after time bonuses were factored in.

“On the last lap there was a split of eight guys,” explained Boivin.  “I was really driving that group; it was a gamble but we had to take it. I was a bit flat in the sprint as a result.”

Team Canada manager Kevin Field commented, “”It’s great to see all the Canadian teams active here. Congrats to Silber. Great rebound race for them. They lost a lot of guys in the crash on the last lap, but fortunately, everyone should be ok. For us, it was another great day. The team was awesome – James [Piccoli], Leandre [Bouchard] and Ben [Perry] all did the job for Guillaume today. We’re in a good spot with two stages to go! Fingers crossed … there is a lot of racing still to go.”

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Source: Cycling Canada 
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