Evans thinks the break would help
Cadel Evans became father of a boy child a few months back and now he is happily enjoying his vacation with his family after ending a premature season because of illness. The BMC cyclist was the winner of the 2011 Tour de France but this year he struggled throughout the Tour and finished at the seventh spot.
Evans competed in the London Olympics 2012 at the road race and managed the 80th place. Then he pulled of the time trial and even had to quit from the UCI Road World Championship. Evans went through a rough time this year as he failed to defend his titles in Tirreno-Adriatico and Tour de Romandie.
Despite not being fully fit he managed to win the Criterium du Dauphine. Though he suffered due to a fitness problem, which was later discovered as a viral attack Cadel Evans managed to rank among the top 10 for 19 times this season, showing that his consistency hasn’t dropped yet.
Now Evans is looking forward to get back to his 100% and do his best in the next season. He has gone through a number of blood tests within to be aware of his current condition. Max Testa, the Chief Medical Officer of BMC Medical Team stated that Evans would start his winter training after knowing the latest reports of the blood test. Evans himself is confident about starting his practice as early as possible, but with the medical team’s permission.
Cadel Evans, the 35-year-old cyclist, earlier stated that he didn’t want to take the risk of participating in events after knowing that he had a viral attack. Now he aims to return as soon as possible and make sure that he continues to be in his full form in the upcoming season.