The holidays are over: Remco Evenepoel will debut in San Juan and the Giro d’Italia seems likely

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Holidays are over for Remco Evenepoel.

The Belgian superstar is already training on Spain’s Costa Blanca after a honeymoon and busy off-season that came in the wake of his historic Vuelta a España and world title victories.

Evenepoel, 22, is settling in a new base in Spain partly for its mild climate and excellent training, but also to get away from the bustle of his country.

He will join his Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl teammates for a team camp next month, but details of his race schedule are already confirmed.

The Belgian outlet reported that Evenepoel will debut in 2023 at the Vuelta a San Juan in Argentina in January. Het Laatste Nieuws reports.

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The current world champion began his season on Argentine soil on two previous occasions, in 2019 and 2020.

Dozens of media attended his neo-pro debut in 2019, and Evenepoel did not disappoint, finishing ninth overall in his first professional stage race. He returned in 2020 and won, a win that came just weeks before the coronavirus pandemic disrupted the racing schedule.

The San Juan race canceled in 2021 and 2022, but returns to the calendar for January 22-29.

Other top teams are expected to compete in the South American event, including the Ineos Grenadiers with Filippo Ganna and Egan Bernal. TotalEnergies and Peter Sagan are also confirmed.

Trek-Segafredo and Bora Hansgrohe are also betting on the race.

Evenepoel is also expected to complete his spring calendar in the coming weeks, with stops likely at the UAE Tour, Tirreno-Adriatico and the Ardennes Classics, where he will defend his title in Liège-Bastogne-Liège.

Het Laatste Nieuws also reports that Evenepoel will target the Giro d’Italia in May, Evenepoel has yet to confirm if he will ride the Giro or the Tour de France in 2023.

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