Schlagwort-Archive: Annemiek van Vleuten

Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes – 142 Km

1 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 03:52:32
2 BROWN Grace AUS FDJ NOUVELLE – AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:43
3 VOLLERING Demi NED TEAM SD WORX 00:43
4 MOOLMAN-PASIO Ashleigh RSA TEAM SD WORX 00:43
5 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:43
6 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ NOUVELLE – AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:47
7 SIERRA CANADILLA Arlenis CUB MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 01:58
8 LIPPERT Liane GER TEAM DSM 01:58
9 NIEWIADOMA Katarzyna POL CANYON // SRAM RACING 01:58
10 SPRATT Amanda AUS TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE-JAYCO 01:58
11 ROOIJAKKERS Pauliena NED CANYON // SRAM RACING 01:58
12 LABOUS Juliette FRA TEAM DSM 02:05
13 GARCIA CAÑELLAS Margarita Victo ESP UAE TEAM ADQ 02:55
14 KOSTER Anouska NED TEAM JUMBO VISMA 02:55
15 PALADIN Soraya ITA CANYON // SRAM RACING 02:55
16 VAN ANROOIJ Shirin NED TREK – SEGAFREDO 02:55
17 SANTESTEBAN GONZALEZ Ane ESP TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE-JAYCO 02:55
18 FISHER-BLACK Niamh NZL TEAM SD WORX 02:55
19 KASTELIJN Yara NED PLANTUR-PURA 02:55
20 MUZIC Evita FRA FDJ NOUVELLE – AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 02:55

Van Vleuten flies again in the Ardennes

After a series of places of 2nd in recent classics, Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar Team Women) capped off her spring with an impressive one-woman show on the final ascents of Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes. Already a winner in the Ardent City in 2019, the Dutch star put the hammer down on the Côte de la Redoute, and eventually went solo on the Côte de la Roche-aux-Faucons. The ITT Olympic champion then made the most of her power to hold off her rivals and claim victory ahead of Grace Brown (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope) and Demi Vollering (Team SD Worx). With a second victory in Liège, Van Vleuten matches Anna van der Breggen’s record (winner in 2017 and 2018) and maintains the Dutch dominance.
Liège Bastogne Liège Femmes 2022 – Stage summary

It’s an early and fast start for the 128 riders setting off from Bastogne at 8:35. Despite some headwinds, the pace is high from the gun, with some early downhill sections. It takes many attempts and 32km of battle for a group of four attackers to make the break with Magdeleine Vallieres Mill (EF Education-Tibco-SVB), Jeanne Korevaar, Quinty Ton (Liv Racing Xstra) and Flora Perkins (Le Col-Wahoo).

The early attackers don’t make it far
The peloton control the gap under 2 minutes on the way to the first ascent of the day, Côte de Mont-le-Soie, to be summited at km 55.3. Flora Perkins is the first rider over the top.
The peloton move closer on the Côte de Wanne (km 63.6) and Team SD Worx set a strong pace on the way to Côte de La Haute-Levée (km 72). The gap is down to 15’’ at the bottom of the ascent. The attackers are reeled in on the climb and Ton is the last breakaway rider to be caught, 500m from the summit.

An impressive counter-attack
A new group of attackers gets away ahead of the ascent of the Col du Rosier with some strong contenders: Marlen Reusser (SD Worx), Sara Martin (Movistar), Leah Thomas (Trek-Segafredo), Soraya Paladin (Canyon//Sram Racing), Evita Muzic (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope), Amanda Spratt (Team BikeExchange), Leah Kirchmann (Team DSM) and Clara Honsinger (EF Education-Tibco-SVB).
UAE Team ADQ try to organise the chase, but the gap is up to 1’10’’ at Col du Rosier (km 82.6). The attackers push their lead to 1’30’’ on the climb up Côte de Desnié (km 99.5).

Van Vleuten moves on La Redoute
The peloton pick up the pace as the main favourites battle for the front positions ahead of the main ascents of the day. The gap is down to 1’ at the bottom of Côte de La Redoute. Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (SD Worx) light the first fireworks on the ascent, then Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) puts the hammer down.
The Dutch star, winner of Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes in 2019, bridges the gap to the front of the race and keeps pushing. Only Marlen Reusser manages to follow her over the top. But the chasers only trail by 10’’ and a group of 16 favourites get back together with 22.5km to go.

Van Vleuten flies up la Roche-aux-Faucons
Grace Brown (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope) immediately counter-attacks and opens a gap of 23’’ at the bottom of the final ascent of the day. Van Vleuten attacks again and goes solo at the front of the race 500m away from the summit of Côte de la Roche-aux-Faucons. Her lead is up to 12’’ over the top, with 13.4km to go to the finish in Liège.
She enters the last 10km with a lead of 20’’. And increases her lead to 30’’ for the last 3km, giving herself all the time necessary to celebrate victory. Grace Brown dominates the sprint for 2nd ahead of Demi Vollering.
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Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

Frauen Elite – 128km

1 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 03:25:54
2 VOLLERING Demi NED TEAM SD WORX 00:00
3 WIEBES Lorena NED TEAM DSM 00:25
4 BALSAMO Elisa ITA TREK-SEGAFREDO 00:25
5 COPPONI Clara FRA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:25
6 BJERG Emma Cecilie DEN MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 00:25
7 HENDERSONAnna GBR TEAM JUMBO-VISMA 00:25
8 CONFALONIERI Maria Giulia ITA CERATIZIT – WNT PRO CYCLING TEAM 00:25
9 BASTIANELLI Marta ITA UAE TEAM ADQ 00:25
10 LETH Julie DEN UNO-X PRO CYCLING TEAM 00:25

Elite – 204 Km

1 VAN AERT Wout BEL JUMBO-VISMA 04:50:46 42,09
2 COLBRELLI Sonny ITA BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS 00:22
3 VAN AVERMAET Greg BEL AG2R CITROEN TEAM 00:22
4 NAESEN Oliver BEL AG2R CITROEN TEAM 00:22
5 CAMPENAERTS Victor BEL LOTTO SOUDAL 00:22
6 TILLER Rasmus NOR UNO-X PRO CYCLING TEAM 00:22
7 TRENTIN Matteo ITA UAE TEAM EMIRATES 00:22
8 PASQUALON Andrea ITA INTERMARCHE – WANTY – GOBERT MATERIAUX 00:22
9 SENECHAL Florian FRA QUICK-STEP ALPHA VINYL TEAM 00:22
10 STUYVEN Jasper BEL TREK-SEGAFREDO 00:22
11 CLARKE Simon AUS ISRAEL – PREMIER TECH 00:25
12 KÜNG Stefan SUI GROUPAMA – FDJ 00:25
13 ARANBURU DEBA Alex ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 00:25
14 LOUVEL Matis FRA TEAM ARKEA – SAMSIC 00:25
15 KIRSCH Alex LUX TREK-SEGAFREDO 00:25


Photo by Plomi

Kein glückliches Ende für BORA – hansgrohe beim Omloop het Nieuwsblad

Mit dem Omloop het Nieuwsblad in Belgien wurde heute offiziell die Klassikersaison gestartet. Das Rennen führte über 204,2 Kilometer von Gent nach Ninove, neun Kopfsteinpflasterabschnitte und 13 Anstiege inklusive. Ein großer Crash im Peloton 52 Kilometer vor dem Ziel stellte die entscheidende Situation im Rennen dar. Ab diesem Zeitpunkt war das Feld in kleine Gruppen unterteilt. BORA – hansgrohe war von hier an im Hintertreffen und konnte nicht mehr entscheidend in den Rennverlauf eingreifen. Nach einer Solo-Attacke bei zehn Kilometer vor dem Ziel konnte sich W. van Aert den Sieg sichern.
Reaktionen im Ziel
„Nach meinem krankheitsbedingten Ausstieg bei der Volta ao Algarve bin ich nur zwei Mal auf dem Rad gesessen, daher war es für mich heute schwierig einzuschätzen wo ich stehe. Die Basis scheint aber solide zu sein. Das Rennen heute war ein bisschen ein Schock für meinen Körper, ich bin aber zuversichtlich, dass ich in naher Zukunft wieder zu alter Stärke zurück finden werde. Für die entscheidenden Attacken fehlte mir noch die Power. Insgesamt hätten wir uns für heute natürlich mehr erhofft. “ Nils Politt

„Wir haben uns auf jeden Fall mehr erwartet von dem Rennen heute. Mit Jonas Koch hatten wir etwas Pech, da er durch einen Sturz blockiert war, das Rad wechseln musste und so im entscheidenden Moment keine Körner mehr übrig hatte. Jonas hätte meiner Meinung nach in der Gruppe um Platz zwei dabei sein können. Nils hat nach seiner Erkrankung in Portugal ein solides Rennen gezeigt, hier können wir zufrieden sein. Insgesamt müssen wir den Tag jetzt erstmal analysieren, um zu sehen, was heute nicht gepasst hat. Zum Glück gibt es im Radsport immer wieder eine neue Chance. Für morgen haben wir uns wieder einiges vorgenommen.“ Torsten Schmidt, Sportlicher Leiter

Setmana Valenciana Fémines 4. Etappe

1 Marta Bastianelli (Ita) UAE Team ADQ 2:56:23
2 Elisa Balsamo (Ita) Trek-Segafredo Women
3 Susanne Andersen (Nor) Uno-X Pro Cycling Women
4 Georgia Baker (Aus) BikeExchange-Jayco Women
5 Sarah Roy (Aus) Canyon-Sram Racing
6 Silvia Zanardi (Ita) BePink
7 Karlijn Swinkels (Ned) Jumbo-Visma Women
8 Valentine Fortin (Fra) Cofidis Women Team
9 Lorena Wiebes (Ned) Team DSM Women
10 Martina Alzini (Ita) Cofidis Women Team

Endstand:

1 Annemiek van Vleuten (Ned) Movistar Team Women 13:25:30
2 Cecilie Ludwig (Den) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:01:00
3 Marta Cavalli (Ita) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:01:57
4 Ellen van Dijk (Ned) Trek-Segafredo Women 0:02:29
5 Grace Brown (Aus) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope
6 Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Pol) Canyon-Sram Racing 0:02:35
7 Elise Chabbey (Swi) Canyon-Sram Racing 0:02:36
8 Silvia Zanardi (Ita) BePink 0:02:38
9 Mavi Garcia (Spa) UAE Team ADQ
10 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team DSM Women 0:02:46

Setmana Valenciana Fémines 3. Etappe

Vila-Real – Vistabella del Maestrat – 135Km

1 Annemiek van Vleuten (Ned) Movistar Team Women 4:07:46
2 Cecilie Ludwig (Den) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:01:07
3 Marta Cavalli (Ita) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:01:51
4 Grace Brown (Aus) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:02:27
5 Mavi Garcia (Spa) UAE Team ADQ 0:02:28
6 Ellen van Dijk (Ned) Trek-Segafredo Women 0:02:37
7 Ane Santesteban Gonzalez (Spa) BikeExchange-Jayco Women
8 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team DSM Women
9 Elise Chabbey (Swi) Canyon-Sram Racing
10 Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Pol) Canyon-Sram Racing 0:02:39

Gesamt:

1 Annemiek van Vleuten (Ned) Movistar Team Women 10:29:02
2 Cecilie Ludwig (Den) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:01:05
3 Marta Cavalli (Ita) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:01:57
4 Grace Brown (Aus) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:02:31
5 Ellen van Dijk (Ned) Trek-Segafredo Women 0:02:34
6 Mavi Garcia (Spa) UAE Team ADQ 0:02:38
7 Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Pol) Canyon-Sram Racing 0:02:40
8 Elise Chabbey (Swi) Canyon-Sram Racing 0:02:41
9 Silvia Zanardi (Ita) BePink 0:02:43
10 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team DSM Women 0:02:46

Ceratizit Challenge – Etappe 4

As Pontes – Santiago de Compostela – 108 Km

1 KOPECKY Lotte BEL LIV RACING 02:29:37
2 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:00
3 HENDERSON Anna GBR JUMBO-VISMA WOMEN TEAM 00:04
4 VAS Kata Blanka HUN TEAM SD WORX 00:06
5 ZANARDI Silvia ITA BEPINK 00:06
6 BALSAMO Elisa ITA VALCAR – TRAVEL & SERVICE 00:06
7 NIEWIADOMA Katarzyna POL CANYON//SRAM RACING 00:06
8 LIPPERT Liane GER TEAM DSM 00:08
9 MACKAIJ Floortje NED TEAM DSM 00:08
10 MARKUS Riejanne NED JUMBO-VISMA WOMEN TEAM 00:08

Gesamt:

1 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 08:40:18
2 REUSSER Marlen SUI ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 01:34
3 CHABBEY Elise SUI CANYON//SRAM RACING 03:12
4 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 03:30
5 LIPPERT Liane GER TEAM DSM 03:59
6 NIEWIADOMA Katarzyna POL CANYON//SRAM RACING 04:04
7 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 04:13
8 MACKAIJ Floortje NED TEAM DSM 04:38
9 VAS Kata Blanka HUN TEAM SD WORX 04:57
10 ROOIJAKKERS Pauliena NED LIV RACING 07:58

Annemiek van Vleuten rises to the challenge

Annemiek van Vleuten delivered an attacking masterclass from the mountain resort of Manzaneda to Pereiro de Aguiar on Saturday. The Dutch star made the most of her unique abilities on a hilly terrain to claim victory after a 50km solo ride that also saw her take the overall lead from Marlen Reusser, who still leads the points standings.

“I’m surprised after a good block of altitude training. I thought I wasn’t well rested but maybe the first two days helped me a bit and today I felt great. We had a very good plan with the team. There was a tricky downhill and I thought it was the moment to go right after that. I had a chance if we were able to isolate Marlen Reusser and that was the case. My team is confident that we can defend the leader’s jersey tomorrow in the last stage.”
Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) went on the move with Kasia Niewadoma (Canyon//SRAM), Kata Blanka Vas (SD Worx) and Elisa Longo Borghini (Trek-Segafredo) after the first hour of racing. The four attackers had a lead of 20’’ at km 45. Only Longo Borghini was able to keep going with Van Vleuten ahead of a group of seven chasers with the race leader Marlen Reusser (Alé BTC Ljubljana), Marta Cavalli (FDJ-Nouvelle Aquitaine-Futuroscope), Elise Chabbey (Canyon//SRAM), Liane Lippert and Floortje Mackaij (Team DSM) joining Niewadoma and Vas.

After 60km, Van Vleuten dropped Longo Borghini and pushed on her own to try and bridge as big a gap as possible to Marlen Reusser, who enjoyed a significant gap with her victory in stage 1. The Dutch attacker crossed the line in Pereiro de Aguiar with an advantage of 2’48’’ on Lippert and Niewadoma, and 3’03’’ to Reusser, now trailing by 1’34’’ in the overall standings ahead of the final stage from As Pontes to Santiago de Compostela, with a grand finale in the Galician city ahead of the closing ITT of La Vuelta 21.

CERATIZIT Challenge – Etappe 3

Annemiek van Vleuten rises to the challenge

1 Van VLEUTEN Annemiek NED Movistar 2:44:41
2 LIPPERT Liane GER TEAM DSM 02:48 39,99
3 NIEWIADOMA Katarzyna POL CANYON//SRAM RACING 02:48
4 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 02:51
5 MACKAIJ Floortje NED TEAM DSM 02:55
6 VAS Kata Blanka HUN TEAM SD WORX 03:01
7 CHABBEY Elise SUI CANYON//SRAM RACING 03:01
8 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 03:01
9 REUSSER Marlen SUI ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 03:03
10 BALSAMO Elisa ITA VALCAR – TRAVEL & SERVICE 07:13

Gesamt:
1 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 06:10:25
2 REUSSER Marlen SUI ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 01:34
3 CHABBEY Elise SUI CANYON//SRAM RACING 03:20
4 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 03:38
5 LIPPERT Liane GER TEAM DSM 04:07
6 NIEWIADOMA Katarzyna POL CANYON//SRAM RACING 04:14
7 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 04:35
8 MACKAIJ Floortje NED TEAM DSM 04:46
9 VAS Kata Blanka HUN TEAM SD WORX 05:07
10 ROOIJAKKERS Pauliena NED LIV RACING 07:30

Annemiek van Vleuten delivered an attacking masterclass from the mountain resort of Manzaneda to Pereiro de Aguiar on Saturday. The Dutch star made the most of her unique abilities on a hilly terrain to claim victory after a 50km solo ride that also saw her take the overall lead from Marlen Reusser, who still leads the points standings.
“I’m surprised after a good block of altitude training. I thought I wasn’t well rested but maybe the first two days helped me a bit and today I felt great. We had a very good plan with the team. There was a tricky downhill and I thought it was the moment to go right after that. I had a chance if we were able to isolate Marlen Reusser and that was the case. My team is confident that we can defend the leader’s jersey tomorrow in the last stage.”

Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) went on the move with Kasia Niewadoma (Canyon//SRAM), Kata Blanka Vas (SD Worx) and Elisa Longo Borghini (Trek-Segafredo) after the first hour of racing. The four attackers had a lead of 20’’ at km 45. Only Longo Borghini was able to keep going with Van Vleuten ahead of a group of seven chasers with the race leader Marlen Reusser (Alé BTC Ljubljana), Marta Cavalli (FDJ-Nouvelle Aquitaine-Futuroscope), Elise Chabbey (Canyon//SRAM), Liane Lippert and Floortje Mackaij (Team DSM) joining Niewadoma and Vas.
After 60km, Van Vleuten dropped Longo Borghini and pushed on her own to try and bridge as big a gap as possible to Marlen Reusser, who enjoyed a significant gap with her victory in stage 1. The Dutch attacker crossed the line in Pereiro de Aguiar with an advantage of 2’48’’ on Lippert and Niewadoma, and 3’03’’ to Reusser, now trailing by 1’34’’ in the overall standings ahead of the final stage from As Pontes to Santiago de Compostela, with a grand finale in the Galician city ahead of the closing ITT of La Vuelta 21.

CERATIZIT Challenge – Etappe 2

Estación de Montaña de Manzaneda ICTT – 7,3 Km

1 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 00:19:08
2 REUSSER Marlen SUI ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 00:20
3 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:28
4 FAULKNER Kristen USA TEAM TIBCO – SILICON VALLEY BANK 00:48
5 THOMAS Leah USA MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 00:59
6 LABOUS Juliette FRA TEAM DSM 01:00
7 LIPPERT Liane GER TEAM DSM 01:15
8 NIEWIADOMA Katarzyna POL CANYON//SRAM RACING 01:20
9 ŽIGART Urška SLO TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE 01:23
10 ROOIJAKKERS Pauliena NED LIV RACING 01:24

Gesamt:

1 REUSSER Marlen SUI ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 03:27:03
2 ROOIJAKKERS Pauliena NED LIV RACING 01:36
3 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 01:39
4 RIVERA Coryn USA TEAM DSM 01:45
5 CHABBEY Elise SUI CANYON//SRAM RACING 01:48
6 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 02:06
7 FAULKNER Kristen USA TEAM TIBCO – SILICON VALLEY BANK 02:26
8 THOMAS Leah USA MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 02:37
9 LABOUS Juliette FRA TEAM DSM 02:38
10 LIPPERT Liane GER TEAM DSM 02:54

The Dutch star Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar Team) dominated on Friday the second stage of the CERATIZIT Challenge by La Vuelta 21. After a first hilly stage, day 2 saw the field take on a 7.3km uphill time-trial leading to the mountain resort of Manzaneda with slopes at an average gradient of 5.8%. Following her Olympic title in Tokyo’s ITT, Van Vleuten set a winning time of 19’08’’. The overall leader Marlen Reusser (Ale’BTC Ljubljana), also a silver medallist in the Olympic ITT, finished 2nd on the day (+19’’) and Marta Cavalli (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope) rounded out the podium with a gap of 27’’.

“I chose the time-trial bike because it was faster for me and I was just happy to ride it”, Van Vleuten said. She announced a big battle to try and overturn Reusser’s lead before the race reaches Santiago de Compostela on Sunday: “Tomorrow, I have nothing to lose and everything to win. I hope other teams feel like that and we can put on a big show.”

With another strong performance, Marlen Reusser has an advantage of 1’36’’ overall on Pauliena Rooijakkers (LIV Racing) and Annemiek van Vleuten is now third (+1’39”). The Swiss champ also leads the points standings. On Saturday, the penultimate stage will see the peloton take on another hilly course from the mountain resort of Manzaneda to Pereiro de Aguiar.

Ladies Tour of Norway – Etappe 4

Drøbak – Halden 142km

1 Chloe Hosking (Aus) Trek-Segafredo 3:36:06
2 Coryn Rivera (USA) Team DSM
3 Chiara Consonni (Ita) Valcar-Travel & Service
4 Christine Majerus (Lux) Team SD Worx
5 Sarah Roy (Aus) Team BikeExchange
6 Elise Chabbey (Swi) Canyon-SRAM Racing
7 Elena Cecchini (Ita) Team SD Worx
8 Alison Jackson (Can) Liv Racing
9 Eugénie Duval (Fra) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope
10 Emilie Moberg (Nor) Drops-le Col Supported by Tempur

Endstand:

1 Annemiek van Vleuten (Ned) Movistar Team Women 14:46:31
2 Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (RSA) Team SD Worx 0:00:39
3 Kristen Faulkner (USA) Team Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:50
4 Marlen Reusser (Swi) Ale‘ BTC Ljubljana 0:00:54
5 Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (Den) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:58
6 Rachel Neylan (Aus) Parkhotel Valkenburg 0:01:00
7 Riejanne Markus (Ned) Jumbo-Visma Women Team 0:01:13
8 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team DSM 0:01:22
9 Lucinda Brand (Ned) Trek-Segafredo
10 Yara Kastelijn (Ned) Plantur-Pura 0:01:24

Ladies Tour of Norway – Etappe 3

Drammen-Norefjell 145 km mountaintop finish

1 Annemiek van Vleuten (Ned) Movistar Team Women 3:52:17
2 Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (RSA) Team SD Worx 0:00:35
3 Mavi Garcia (Spa) Ale‘ BTC Ljubljana 0:00:41
4 Marlen Reusser (Swi) Ale‘ BTC Ljubljana 0:00:44
5 Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (Den) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:48
6 Kristen Faulkner (USA) Team Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:50
7 Rachel Neylan (Aus) Parkhotel Valkenburg
8 Niamh Fisher-Black (NZl) Team SD Worx 0:01:01
9 Lucinda Brand (Ned) Trek-Segafredo 0:01:12
10 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team DSM

Gesamt:

1 Annemiek van Vleuten (Ned) Movistar Team Women 11:10:25
2 Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (RSA) Team SD Worx 0:00:39
3 Mavi Garcia (Spa) Ale‘ BTC Ljubljana 0:00:47
4 Kristen Faulkner (USA) Team Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:50
5 Marlen Reusser (Swi) Ale‘ BTC Ljubljana 0:00:54
6 Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (Den) FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:58
7 Rachel Neylan (Aus) Parkhotel Valkenburg 0:01:00
8 Niamh Fisher-Black (NZl) Team SD Worx 0:01:11
9 Riejanne Markus (Ned) Jumbo-Visma Women Team 0:01:13
10 Lucinda Brand (Ned) Trek-Segafredo 0:01:22

Classica San Sebastián

Women – 140km

1 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 03:53:37
2 WINDER Ruth USA TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:36
3 GUDERZO Tatiana ITA ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 01:35
4 STULTIENS Sabrina NED LIV RACING 01:35
5 MUZIC Evita FRA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 01:35
6 CHAPMAN Brodie AUS FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 01:35
7 ROOIJAKKERS Pauliena NED LIV RACING 01:38
8 CORDON RAGOT Audrey FRA TREK – SEGAFREDO 01:52
9 MAGNALDI Erica ITA CERATIZIT – WNT PRO CYCLING TEAM 01:52
10 VAN DIJK Ellen NED TREK – SEGAFREDO 01:52
11 KOREVAAR Jeanne NED LIV RACING 02:00
12 ENSING Janneke NED TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE 02:12
13 DUVAL Eugénie FRA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 02:12
14 PINTAR Urska SLO ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 02:12
15 NEUMANOVÁ Tereza CZE WOMEN CYCLING SPORT 02:53

Men – 224km

1 POWLESS Neilson USA EF EDUCATION – NIPPO 05:34:31
2 MOHORIC Matej SLO BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS 00:00
3 HONORÉ Mikkel DEN DECEUNINCK – QUICK-STEP 00:00
4 ROTA Lorenzo ITA INTERMARCHÉ – WANTY – GOBERT MATÉRIAUX 00:30
5 COVI Alessandro ITA UAE TEAM EMIRATES 01:04
6 ALAPHILIPPE Julian FRA DECEUNINCK – QUICK-STEP 01:04
7 EIKING Odd Christian NOR INTERMARCHÉ – WANTY – GOBERT MATÉRIAUX 01:04
8 VINGEGAARD Jonas DEN JUMBO-VISMA 01:04
9 MOSCON Gianni ITA INEOS GRENADIERS 01:04
10 MOLLEMA Bauke NED TREK – SEGAFREDO 01:04
11 SERRANO RODRIGUEZ Gonzalo ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 01:04
12 VAN GILS Maxim BEL LOTTO SOUDAL 01:04
13 PADUN Mark UKR BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS 01:04
14 CICCONE Giulio ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 01:04
15 CARR Simon GBR EF EDUCATION – NIPPO 01:08

Folgenreicher Sturz verhindert Top-Ergebnis für BORA-hansgrohe bei der Clasicá San Sebastián

Das erste große Rennen nach der Tour de France ist traditionell die Clasica San Sebastian, wegen der Olympischen Spiele wurde die diesährige Klasikoa aber am zweiten und nicht am ersten Samstag nach der Tour ausgetragen. Der harte 223,5 Kilometer lange Parcours rund um San Sebastian begünstigt mit seinen sechs harten und steilen Anstiegen vor allem die Bergfahrer im Feld. Zusätzlich zur schweren Strecke sorgten auch die Wetterbedingungen und nassen Straßen für einen harten Tag. Nach mehreren Attacken konnte sich schließlich nach vielen Kilometern eine Ausreißergruppe mit 13 Fahrern entscheidend absetzten und einen maximalen Vorsprung von ungefähr fünf Minuten herausfahren. Die BORA-hansgrohe Fahrer konnten sich dabei im Hauptfeld verstecken und ihre Kräfte für das anspruchsvolle Finale schonen. Leider stürzten ungefähr 45 Kilometer vor dem Ziel kurz vor dem vorletzten Anstieg des Tages mit Giovanni Aleotti, Matteo Fabbro und Wilco Kelderman alle drei Kapitäne des Teams aufgrund der nassen Fahrbahn in einer scharfen Rechtskurve. Für alle drei war der Kampf um den Sieg und ein gutes Ergebnis beendet, denn das Peloton näherte sich bereits mit hohem Tempo dem vorentscheidenden an Anstieg. Für das Team war das Rennen also beendet, da die gesamte Strategie auf einen der drei Fahrer ausgelegt war. Glücklicherweise kamen Wilco und Giovanni mit leichten Verletzungen davon, während sich Matteo am Fuß verletzte und nun vom Teamarzt beobachtet wird.

Reaktionen im Ziel

„Leider konnten wir heute nicht unser volles Potential zeigen, da unsere drei wichtigsten für ein gutes Ergebnis kurz vor dem vorletzten Anstieg gestürzt sind. Bis dahin hat das Team einen tollen Job gemacht und alle drei geschützt, um sie sicher in das Finale zu bringen. Aber das ist Radsport, innerhalb von Sekundenbruchteilen war die ganze harte Arbeit und unsere gute Strategie dahin und unser Rennen endete früher als wir erhofft hatten. Leider war da nichts mehr zu machen. Jetzt hoffen wir, dass es den Fahrern gut geht und sie morgen wieder starten können.“ – Andre Schulze, Sportlicher Leiter

Olympic Games ITT – EZF Frauen und Männer ELITE Tokio 2020

Frauen 22,1km:

1 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED NETHERLANDS 00:30:13
2 REUSSER Marlen SUI SWITZERLAND 00:56
3 VAN DER BREGGEN Anna NED NETHERLANDS 01:02
4 BROWN Grace AUS AUSTRALIA 01:09
5 NEBEN Amber Leone USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 01:13
6 BRENNAUER Lisa GER GERMANY 01:57
7 DYGERT Chloe USA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 02:16
8 MOOLMAN-PASIO Ashleigh RSA SOUTH AFRICA 02:24
9 LABOUS Juliette FRA FRANCE 02:29
10 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA ITALY 02:47
11 GIGANTE Sarah AUS AUSTRALIA 02:48
12 KIRCHMANN Leah CAN CANADA 02:48
13 KLEIN Lisa GER GERMANY 02:48
14 CANUEL Karol-Ann CAN CANADA 02:54
15 SHAPIRA Omer ISR ISRAEL 03:02

Männer 44,2km

1 ROGLIČ Primož SLO Slovenia 00:55:04 48,16
2 DUMOULIN Tom NED Netherlands 01:01
3 DENNIS Rohan AUS Australia 01:04
4 KÜNG Stefan SUI Switzerland 01:04
5 GANNA Filippo ITA Italy 01:06
6 VAN AERT Wout BEL Belgium 01:41
7 ASGREEN Kasper DEN Denmark 01:48
8 URÁN Rigoberto COL Colombia 02:15
9 EVENEPOEL Remco BEL Belgium 02:17
10 BEVIN Patrick NZL New Zealand 02:20
11 BETTIOL Alberto ITA Italy 02:34
12 THOMAS Geraint GBR Great Britain 02:42
13 HOULE Hugo CAN Canada 02:52
14 DE BOD Stefan RSA South Africa 02:53
15 SCHACHMANN Maximilian GER Germany 03:30