Schlagwort-Archive: Team TREK-Segafredo

105. Giro d’Italia – 15. Etappe

Rivarolo Canavese – Cogne – 177 Km

1 CICCONE Giulio ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 04:37:41
2 BUITRAGO SANCHEZ Santiago COL BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS 01:31
3 PEDRERO Antonio ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 02:19
4 CARTHY Hugh John GBR EF EDUCATION – EASYPOST 03:09
5 TUSVELD Martijn NED TEAM DSM 04:36
6 COVILI Luca ITA BARDIANI CSF FAIZANE‘ 05:08
7 TESFAZION Natnael ERI DRONE HOPPER – ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI 05:27
8 MOLLEMA Bauke NED TREK – SEGAFREDO 05:27
9 LEEMREIZE Gijs NED JUMBO-VISMA 05:27
10 MARTIN Guillaume FRA COFIDIS 06:06
11 FELLINE Fabio ITA ASTANA QAZAQSTAN TEAM 07:48
12 KAMNA Lennard GER BORA – HANSGROHE 07:48
13 CARAPAZ Richard ECU INEOS GRENADIERS 07:48
14 ALMEIDA Joao POR UAE TEAM EMIRATES 07:48
15 FORTUNATO Lorenzo ITA EOLO-KOMETA CYCLING TEAM 07:48
16 HINDLEY Jai AUS BORA – HANSGROHE 07:48
17 BUCHMANN Emanuel GER BORA – HANSGROHE 07:48

Gesamt:

1 CARAPAZ Richard ECU INEOS GRENADIERS 63:06:57
2 HINDLEY Jai AUS BORA – HANSGROHE 00:07
3 ALMEIDA Joao POR UAE TEAM EMIRATES 00:30
4 LANDA MEANA Mikel ESP BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS 00:59
5 POZZOVIVO Domenico ITA INTERMARCHÉ – WANTY – GOBERT MATÉR. 01:01
6 BILBAO LOPEZ de ARMENTIA Pello ESP BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS 01:52
7 BUCHMANN Emanuel GER BORA – HANSGROHE 01:58
8 NIBALI Vincenzo ITA ASTANA QAZAQSTAN TEAM 02:58
9 LOPEZ PEREZ Juan Pedro ESP TREK – SEGAFREDO 04:04
10 MARTIN Guillaume FRA COFIDIS 08:02
11 VALVERDE Alejandro ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 09:06
12 HIRT Jan CZE INTERMARCHÉ – WANTY – GOBERT MATÉR. 09:16
13 KELDERMAN Wilco NED BORA – HANSGROHE 10:34
14 HAMILTON Lucas AUS TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE – JAYCO 11:28
15 ARENSMAN Thymen NED TEAM DSM 11:47

Jai Hindley und Emanuel Buchmann verteidigen GC-Platzierungen auf erster Alpen-Etappe des Giro

Vor dem letzten Ruhetag ging es heute auf eine schwere 178 km lange Etappe ins Aostatal in den Alpen. Die erste Hälfte der Etappe war flach, ehe es im zweiten Teil über drei aufeinanderfolgende Anstiege ging. Nach der gestrigen Energieleistung des Rennstalls aus Raubling hatten viele Fahrer die Anstrengungen der 14. Etappe noch in den Beinen und so waren heute in der Gesamtwertung Überraschungen möglich. Lennard Kämna gelang es in die erste Ausreißergruppe des Tages zu kommen, aber nach 20 km kam das Rennen wieder zusammen, bevor sich dann eine Gruppe von fast 30 Fahrern absetzen konnte. Das Feld ließ die Ausreißergruppe gewähren, und mit fast 20 km bis zum Ziel lanciere Ciccone aus der Spitzengruppe heraus die entscheidende Attacke und holte sich den Tagessieg, fast 8 Minuten vor der GC Gruppe. Im Schlussanstieg gab es keine Attacken von der Favoritengruppe um Jai Hindley, Emanuel Buchmann und Lennard Kämna, und so blieb die Gesamtwertung nahezu unverändert. Jai verteidigte seinen zweiten Gesamtplatz, während Emanuel weiterhin auf dem siebten Platz liegt.

Reaktionen im Ziel
„Es sah so aus, als dass die anderen in der Favoritengruppe heute einen Erholungstag verbringen wollten, also ein bisschen Körner nach der schweren gestrigen Etappe zu sparen. Vielleicht nicht so spannend im Fernsehen, aber so ist es manchmal in einer Grand-Tour. Nichtsdestotrotz war es auf keinen Fall ein leichter Tag und der Ruhetag kann nicht früh genug kommen! Der letzte Anstieg war nicht hart genug, um dort was zu versuchen. Wenn es steiler gewesen wäre, dann hätte es vielleicht anders ausgesehen. Aber im Großen und Ganzen sind wir froh, dass Emu und ich unsere GC-Platzierungen beibehalten konnten.“ – Jai Hindley

Paris-Roubaix Féminin – 125 Km

1 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK-SEGAFREDO 03:10:54
2 KOPECKY Lotte BEL TEAM SD WORX 00:23
3 BRAND Lucinda NED TREK-SEGAFREDO 00:23
4 CHABBEY Elise SUI CANYON//SRAM RACING 00:23
5 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ-NOUVELLE AQUITAINE-FUTUROSCOPE 00:23
6 MACKAIJ Floortje NED TEAM DSM 00:23
7 VAN DIJK Ellen NED TREK-SEGAFREDO 00:23
8 VAN DEN BROEK-BLAAK Chantal NED TEAM SD WORX 00:32
9 GEORGI Pfeiffer GBR TEAM DSM 02:22
10 ALONSO DOMINGUEZ Sandra ESP CERATIZIT-WNT PRO CYCLING 02:22
11 NORSGAARD Emma DEN MOVISTAR TEAM 02:22
12 BROWN Grace AUS FDJ-NOUVELLE AQUITAINE-FUTUROSCOPE 02:22
13 JACKSON Alison CAN LIV RACING XSTRA 02:54
14 BEEKHUIS Teuntje NED TEAM JUMBO-VISMA 02:54
15 BASTIANELLI Marta ITA UAE TEAM ADQ 02:54

Longo Borghini and Trek-Segafredo rule the cobbles

After Lizzie Deignan’s inaugural one-woman-show, Trek-Segafredo imposed their collective strength in the 2nd edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes avec Zwift until Elisa Longo Borghini went solo to claim victory in the André Pétrieux velodrome.

Ellen van Dijk and Lucinda Brand lit the first matches on the cobbles for the American squad before the Italian Champion launched her decisive move with 34km to go, to claim another major success in the classics, after the Ronde van Vlaanderen, Trofeo Alfredo Binda, Strade Bianche, GP de Plouay… Lotte Kopecky (SD Worx) dominated the sprint for 2nd, ahead of Lucinda Brand, and Ellen van Dijk joined her Trek-Segafredo partners in the top 10 (7th).

The 139-woman peloton roll from Denain with beautiful weather conditions but without Meava Squiban (Stade Rochelais Charente-Maritime) and the Dutch icon Marianne Vos (Jumbo-Visma), who returned a positive test to Covid-19 hours before the start.

Attacks and tension ahead of the cobbles
The opening circuit in Denain, with 4 laps to cover, sees early attackers launch an intense battle for the breakaway. Gaia Masetti (AG Insurance-NXTG Team), Leonie Bos (Parkhotel Valkenburg), Amalie Lutro (Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) and Katie Clouse (Human Powered Health) are the first riders to manage to get away. Tanja Erath (EF Education-Tibco-SVB) makes it a 5-woman group at the front at km 6.
More riders try to join them but the peloton control the counter-attacks. The attackers exit Denain with a lead of 1’40’’. The gap increases to a maximum of 1’55’’ at km 32. But Trek-Segafredo up the pace as they get closer to the cobbles.

First skirmishes
The gap is done to 1’10’’ as the peloton hit the sector from Hornaing to Wandignies (4*). At the front, Bos and Klouse are dropped by their breakaway companions. The bunch explodes with Ellen van Dijk (Trek-Segafredo) setting a strong pace on the cobbles.
The race of attrition is on, and Trek-Segafredo are willing to make the selection, but they quickly lose two cards on the third sector of the day. Van Dijk suffers a puncture. Then Chloe Hosking crashes on the side of the cobbles. Meanwhile, Erath goes solo at the front, with a gap of 20’’ to the bunch with 69km to go.
The German attacker is eventually reeled in with 61km to go, just ahead of the Orchies sector, where Chantal van den Broek-Blaak ups the pace for Team SD Worx, whose leader Lotte Kopecky won the Ronde van Vlaanderen a couple of weeks ago.

Kopecky goes from far
Van Dijk returns to the bunch just ahead of sector 12, from Auchy-lez-Orchies to Bersée (4*). But Kopecky immediately attacks. Marta Bastianelli (UAE Team ADQ) is the first to react, and Lucinda Brand joins them at the front, while her Trek-Segafredo partner Elisa Balsamo suffers a mechanical. She is then disqualified as the jury of commissaires rules the World Champion had an irregular return after her mechanical.
The three leaders increase their lead to 20’’ on the first 5* sector of the day, Mons-en-Pévèle, with 46km to go. Emma Norsgaard’s Movistar lead the chase, and the attackers are reeled with 33km to go, on the cobbles of Templeuve (sector 8).
Elisa Longo Borghini (Trek-Segafredo) immediately launches a counter-attack. She enters the last 30km with a lead of 30’’. She survives a near miss on the cobbles of Camphin-en-Pévèle and enters Carrefour de l’Arbre (17km to go) with a gap of 25’’.

Another 1-3 for Trek-Segafredo
Kopecky puts the hammer down in pursuit. Only Marta Cavalli (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope) and two riders from Trek-Segafredo, Brand and Van Dijk. The Belgian champion doesn’t manage to get closer than 20’’ behind Longo Borghini, who keeps setting a strong pace at the front.
The gap is back up to 40’’ when the chasers are joined by Chantal van den Broek-Blaak (SD Worx), Floorte Mackaij (Team DSM) and Elise Chabbey (Canyon//Sram Racing) with 12km to go. This support is not enough to get back to Elisa Longo Borghini.
The Italian champion savours her triumph in the velodrome, eventually claiming victory 23’’ ahead of Kopecky. Brand finishes 3rd, repeating Trek-Segafredo’s 1-3 from 2021.
@ASO

Circuit de la Sarthe 1. Etappe 192 km

1. Mads Pedersen (DEN, Trek – Segafredo) 4:32:04
2. Benoît Cosnefroy (FRA, AG2R Citroën Team) 0:00
3. Axel Zingle (FRA, Cofidis) 0:00
4. Kevin Vauquelin (FRA, Team Arkéa Samsic) 0:00
5. Filippo Ganna (ITA, INEOS Grenadiers) 0:00
6. Luke Plapp (AUS, INEOS Grenadiers) 0:00
7. Thibaut Pinot (FRA, Groupama – FDJ) 0:00
8. Sean Quinn (USA, EF Education-EasyPost) 0:05
9. Alexis Gougeard (FRA, B&B Hotels – KTM) 0:07
10. Anthony Perez (FRA, Cofidis) 0:21
11. Xandro Meurisse (BEL, Alpecin-Fenix) 0:21
12. Laurent Pichon (FRA, Team Arkéa Samsic) 0:21
13. Julien Simon (FRA, TotalEnergies) 0:21
14. Jérémy Leveau (FRA, Go Sport – Roubaix Lille Métropole) 0:21
15. Olav Kooij (NED, Jumbo-Visma) 0:21

80. Paris-Nizza 3. Etappe

Vierzon – Dun-le-Palestel – 191 Km

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1 PEDERSEN Mads DEN TREK – SEGAFREDO 04:23:29
2 COQUARD Bryan FRA COFIDIS 00:00
3 VAN AERT Wout BEL JUMBO-VISMA 00:00
4 PHILIPSEN Jasper BEL ALPECIN-FENIX 00:00
5 TURGIS Anthony FRA TOTALENERGIES 00:00
6 GIRMAY HAILU Biniam ERI INTERMARCHÉ – WANTY – GOBERT MATÉRIAUX 00:00
7 WRIGHT Fred GBR BAHRAIN – VICTORIOUS 00:00
8 VAN POPPEL Danny NED BORA – HANSGROHE 00:00
9 HAYTER Ethan GBR INEOS GRENADIERS 00:00
10 MOLANO Juan Sebastián COL UAE TEAM EMIRATES 00:00
11 CAPIOT Amaury BEL TEAM ARKÉA SAMSIC 00:00
12 ŠTYBAR Zdeněk CZE QUICK-STEP ALPHA VINYL TEAM 00:00
13 GARCÍA CORTINA Iván ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 00:00
14 NAESEN Oliver BEL AG2R CITROËN TEAM 00:00
15 VLASOV Aleksandr BORA – HANSGROHE 00:00

Gesamt:
1 LAPORTE Christophe FRA JUMBO – VISMA 11:34:44

2 VAN AERT Wout BEL JUMBO – VISMA 00:01
3 ROGLIČ Primož SLO JUMBO – VISMA 00:09
4 PEDERSEN Mads DEN TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:29
5 COQUARD Bryan FRA COFIDIS 00:33
6 LATOUR Pierre FRA TOTALENERGIES 00:33
7 ŠTYBAR Zdeněk CZE QUICK-STEP ALPHA VINYL TEAM 00:38
8 STUYVEN Jasper BEL TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:39
9 VLASOV Aleksandr BORA – HANSGROHE 00:39
10 SENECHAL Florian FRA QUICK-STEP ALPHA VINYL TEAM 00:39
11 O’CONNOR Ben AUS AG2R CITROEN TEAM 00:39
12 QUINTANA Nairo COL TEAM ARKEA – SAMSIC 00:39
13 SANCHEZ Luis Leon ESP BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS 00:39
14 DEWULF Stan BEL AG2R CITROEN TEAM 00:39
15 CHAMPOUSSIN Clement FRA AG2R CITROEN TEAM 00:39
16 HAIG Jack AUS BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS 00:39
17 YATES Adam GBR INEOS GRENADIERS 00:39
18 MARTINEZ Daniel Felipe COL INEOS GRENADIERS 00:39
19 KRAGH ANDERSEN Soren DEN TEAM DSM 00:39
20 YATES Simon Philip GBR TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE-JAYCO 00:39

Top-10 für Danny van Poppel auf der dritten Etappe von Paris-Nizza

Die dritte Etappe von Paris-Nizza war mit 190,8 Kilometern von Vierzon nach Dun le Palestel der zweitlängste Tagesabschnitt der Rundfahrt. Eine flache erste Hälfte gefolgt von hügeligem Terrain und drei Bergwertungen der dritten Kategorie im zweiten Teil des Tages. Nach einem schweren Finale kam ein reduziertes Peloton in Dun le Palestel an. Den ansteigenden Sprint konnte M. Pedersen für sich entscheiden. Danny van Poppel schaffte mit Platz acht noch den Sprung in die Top-10 des Tages. Aleksandr Vlasov erreichte als 15. zeitgleich mit dem Sieger das Ziel und verbesserte sich in der Gesamtwertung auf Platz neun.

Ergebnis
01. M. Pedersen 4:23:29
02. B. Coquard +0:00
03. W. Van Aert +0:00
08 D. Van Poppel +0:00
15. A. Vlasov +0:00

Reaktionen im Ziel
„Ein guter aber harter Tag! Am Ende wurde es richtig schnell, Aleks und Max haben mich noch gut unterstützt, im Finale war ich dann aber auf mich alleine gestellt. Ich habe versucht voll mit zu gehen und fühlte mich ok, aber nicht super gut. Irgendwie habe ich es geschafft, vorne mit dabei zu bleiben, was mich selbst sogar ein wenig überrascht hat. Ich bin zufrieden mit dem Ergebnis heute und freue mich auch für Aleks, der heute wieder ohne Zeitverlust in der Gesamtwertung das Ziel erreicht hat. Mit Blick auf die bevorstehenden Klassiker passt der Formaufbau auf jeden Fall.“ Danny van Poppel

„Die Mannschaft hat heute den ganzen Tag super Arbeit geleistet und Aleksandr Vlasov bestmöglich unterstützt. Ziel war es heute mit Aleks ohne Zeitverlust über die Ziellinie zu kommen und nach Möglichkeit mit einem schnellen Mann noch in den Sprint einzugreifen. Beides hat geklappt und mit Danny van Poppel auf Rang acht konnten wir noch ein Top-10 Ergebnis holen. Im Zeitfahren morgen gilt es für die GC Fahrer auf jeden Fall die Karten auf den Tisch zu legen. Mit Aleks sind wir hier sehr zuversichtlich, er hat bereits bei der UAE Tour eine starke Zeitfahrleistung gezeigt.“ Torsten Schmidt, Sportlicher Leiter

Pedersen takes his turn

A demanding day of racing leading to an uphill sprint – stage 3’s characteristics perfectly suited Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo), who sprinted to his second victory of the season and his first in Paris-Nice. The former World Champion dominated Bryan Coquard (Cofidis) and Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) in Dun-le-Palestel. Stage 4 will bring a different challenge to the riders, with a 13.9km individual time-trial from Domérat to Montluçon, ahead of the mountainous final days that will crown the winner of the 80th edition of Paris-Nice.

A mild weather welcomes the 148 riders taking on stage 3 of Paris-Nice 2022 from Vierzon (1 non-starter: Israel-Premier Tech’s Guillaume Boivin). Three breakaway artists quickly get on the move: Thomas De Gendt (Lotto Soudal), Owain Doull (EF Education-EasyPost) and Alexis Gougeard (B&B Hotels-KTM) break away from the bunch at km 3.

The attackers gain 5′
Jasper Philipsen’s Alpecin-Fenix quickly send Senne Leysen at the front of the bunch to control the gap on the flat first half of the stage. Mads Pedersen’s Trek-Segafredo collaborate as Julien Bernard starts pulling when the gap hits its maximum: 5’10’’ at km 64. Biniam Girmay’s Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux also put a put rider at the front of the peloton as the attackers enter the last 80km with a lead of 4 minutes.
De Gendt makes sure he goes first atop the first two categorised ascents of the day to defend the polka dot jersey conquered on day 1 by his Lotto Soudal teammate Matthew Holmes. Meanwhile, tension increases in the peloton as many teams try to position their leaders towards the front on a rolling terrain.

Tension on the ascents
The gap is down to 1’45’’ when the bunch cross the line for the first time (43.9km to go). Riders from Ineos Grenadiers, Bahrain Victorious and Team DSM – with a short-lived attack by Soren Kragh Andersen – maintain a hard pace on the way to the last categorised climb of the day, Côte de Le Peyroux (2.8km, 5.2%), to be summited with 22.6km to go.
After a flurry of attacks, Mathieu Burgaudeau (TotalEnergies) is the only attacker slightly detached from the bunch over the top. Sprinters such as Fabio Jakobsen (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team), Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe), Dylan Groenewegen (BikeExchange-Jayco) and Niccolò Bonifazio (TotalEnergies) are already dropped.

Stuyven sets Pedersen for victory
Burgaudeau is caught on the following downhill. The Yellow Jersey Christophe Laporte takes the reins for Jumbo-Visma with 17km to go. Mike Teunissen (Jumbo-Visma) returns to drive the bunch into the last 10km alongside riders from Oliver Naesen’s AG2R Citroën and Ivan Garcia Cortina’s Movistar.
Kragh attacks again with 8km to go, but Garcia Cortina’s teammates reel him in 5.5km away from the line. AG2R Citroën drives the bunch into the last kilometre but Jasper Stuyven launches his Trek-Segafredo companion Mads Pedersen to victory, ahead of Bryan Coquard (Cofidis) and Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma). Christophe Laporte goes down with Kevin Geniets in the sprint, but they both get back on their bikes and the Frenchman retains the Yellow Jersey on the eve of the TT.

Setmana Valenciana Fémines 2. Etappe

Altea – Cocentaina – 117 Km

1 VAN DIJK Ellen NED TREK – SEGAFREDO 03:20:47
2 PALADIN Soraya ITA CANYON//SRAM RACING 00:00
3 BASTIANELLI Marta NED UAE TEAM ADQ 00:03
4 VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek NED MOVISTAR TEAM 00:03
5 ZANARDI Silvia ITA BEPINK 00:03
6 GARCÍA Mavi ESP UAE TEAM ADQ 00:03
7 QUAGLIOTTO Nadia ITA BEPINK 00:03
8 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:03
9 LUDWIG Cecilie Uttrup DEN FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:03
10 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:03

Gesamt:

1 PALADIN Soraya ITA CANYON//SRAM RACING 06:21:11
2 VAN DIJK Ellen NED TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:02
3 NIEWIADOMA Katarzyna POL CANYON//SRAM RACING 00:06
4 ZANARDI Silvia ITA BEPINK 00:09
5 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:09
6 LUDWIG Cecilie Uttrup DEN FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:09
7 BROWN Grace AUS FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:09
8 MANLY Alexandra AUS TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE – JAYCO 00:09
9 CHABBEY Elise SUI CANYON//SRAM RACING 00:09
10 LABOUS Juliette FRA TEAM DSM 00:14

Setmana Valenciana Fémines 1. Etappe

Tavernes de la Valldigna – Gandia – 114 Km

1 BALSAMO Elisa CAN TREK – SEGAFREDO 03:00:30
2 ROSEMAN-GANNON Ruby AUS TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE – JAYCO 00:00
3 KOSTER Anouska NED TEAM JUMBO-VISMA 00:00
4 MANLY Alexandra AUS TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE – JAYCO 00:00
5 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:00
6 PALADIN Soraya ITA CANYON//SRAM RACING 00:00
7 SWINKELS Karlijn NED TEAM JUMBO-VISMA 00:00
8 ZANARDI Silvia ITA BEPINK 00:00
9 BROWN Grace AUS FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:00
10 LUDWIG Cecilie Uttrup DEN FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 00:00

Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana 4. Etappe:

Orihuela – Torrevieja – 193 Km


Photo by Plomi

1 MOSCHETTI Matteo ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 04:32:17
2 PEÑALVER Manuel ESP BURGOS-BH 00:00
3 KRISTOFF Alexander NOR INTERMARCHÉ – WANTY – GOBERT MATÉRIAUX 00:00
4 VIVIANI Elia ITA INEOS GRENADIERS 00:00
5 JAKOBSEN Fabio NED QUICK-STEP ALPHA VINYL TEAM 00:00
6 ANIOŁKOWSKI Stanisław POL BINGOAL PAUWELS SAUCES WB 00:00
7 MOLANO Juan Sebastián COL UAE TEAM EMIRATES 00:00
8 DUPONT Timothy BEL BINGOAL PAUWELS SAUCES WB 00:00
9 MOHORIČ Matej SLO BAHRAIN – VICTORIOUS 00:00
10 MOZZATO Luca ITA B&B HOTELS – KTM 00:00

Gesamt:

1 VLASOV Aleksandr RUS BORA – HANSGROHE 17:00:56
2 EVENEPOEL Remco BEL QUICK-STEP ALPHA VINYL TEAM 00:32
3 RODRIGUEZ Carlos ESP INEOS GRENADIERS 00:36
4 MAS Enric ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 00:50
5 VALVERDE Alejandro ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 01:02
6 FUGLSANG Jakob DEN ISRAEL – PREMIER TECH 01:05
7 SÁNCHEZ Luis León ESP BAHRAIN – VICTORIOUS 01:14
8 CICCONE Giulio ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 02:00
9 SIVAKOV Pavel RUS INEOS GRENADIERS 02:05
10 DE LA CRUZ David ESP ASTANA QAZAQSTAN TEAM 02:28

Etoile de Bessèges 2. Etappe:

Saint-Christol-les-Alès – Rousson – 156 Km

1 Bryan Coquard (Fra) Cofidis 3:41:46
2 Mads Pedersen (Den) Trek-Segafredo
3 Tobias Halland Johannessen (Nor) Uno-X Pro Cycling Team
4 Mathieu Burgaudeau (Fra) TotalEnergies
5 Alberto Bettiol (Ita) EF Education-Nippo 0:00:04
6 Benjamin Thomas (Fra) Cofidis
7 Connor Swift (GBr) Arkea-Samsic
8 Milan Menten (Bel) Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB
9 Clément Champoussin (Fra) AG2R Citroen Team
10 Pierre Latour (Fra) TotalEnergies

Gesamt:

1 PEDERSEN Mads DEN TREK – SEGAFREDO 07:14:17
2 BURGAUDEAU Mathieu FRA TOTALENERGIES 00:17
3 BETTIOL Alberto ITA EF EDUCATION-EASYPOST 00:21
4 THOMAS Benjamin FRA COFIDIS 00:29
5 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald NOR TOTALENERGIES 00:35
6 LATOUR Pierre FRA TOTALENERGIES 00:41
7 SKUJIŅŠ Toms LAT TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:44
8 COQUARD Bryan FRA COFIDIS 00:47
9 CARAPAZ Richard ECU INEOS GRENADIERS 00:51
10 JOHANNESSEN Tobias Halland NOR UNO-X PRO CYCLING TEAM 00:53

Etoile de Bessèges 1. Etappe:

Bellegarde – Bellegarde – 160 Km

1 PEDERSEN Mads DEN TREK – SEGAFREDO 03:32:47
2 HOFSTETTER Hugo FRA TEAMARKEA-SAMSIC 00:01
3 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald NOR TOTALENERGIES 00:01
4 BETTIOL Alberto ITA EF EDUCATION – EASYPOST 00:01
5 BURGAUDEAU Mathieu FRA TOTALENERGIES 00:01
6 LAWLESS Christopher GBR TOTALENERGIES 00:04
7 GANNA Filippo ITA INEOS GRENADIERS 00:07
8 THOMAS Benjamin FRA COFIDIS 00:07
9 VAN AVERMAET Greg BEL AG2R CITROEN TEAM 00:07
10 SKUJINSToms LAT TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:11

Gesamt:

1 PEDERSEN Mads DEN TREK-SEGAFREDO 03:32:37
2 HOFSTETTER Hugo FRA TEAM ARKEA- SAMSIC 00:05
3 BOASSON HAGEN Edvald NOR TOTALENERGIES 00:07
4 BETTIOL Alberto ITA EF EDUCATION – EASYPOST 00:11
5 BURGAUDEAU Mathieu FRA TOTALENERGIES 00:11
6 LAWLESS Christopher GBR TOTALENERGIES 00:14
7 GANNA Filippo ITA INEOS GRENADIERS 00:17
8 THOMAS Benjamin FRA COFIDIS 00:17
9 VAN AVERMAET Greg BEL AG2R CITROEN TEAM 00:17
10 SKUJINS Toms LAT TREK-SEGAFREDO 00:21

Paris-Roubaix Femmes 116km

1 DEIGNAN Lizzie GBR TREK – SEGAFREDO 02:56:07
2 VOS Marianne NED JUMBO – VISMA WOMEN 01:17
3 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 01:47
4 BRENNAUER Lisa GER CERATIZIT – WNT PRO CYCLING 01:51
5 BASTIANELLI Marta ITA ALÉ BTC LJUBLJANA 02:10
6 NORSGAARD Emma DEN MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 02:10
7 KOCH Franziska GER TEAM DSM 02:10
8 CORDON Audrey FRA TREK – SEGAFREDO 02:10
9 CAVALLI Marta ITA FDJ NOUVELLE AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 02:10
10 BLAAK Chantal NED TEAM SD WORX 02:10
11 MAJERUS Christine LUX TEAM SD WORX 03:03
12 THOMAS Leah USA MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN 03:03
13 GELOOF Marjolein van.. NED DROPS – LE COL S/B TEMPUR. 03:03
14 PIETERS Amy NED TEAM SD WORX 04:26
15 KOPECKY Lotte BEL LIV RACING 04:33
16 LUDWIG Cecilie DEN FDJ NOUVELLE AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 04:33
17 BEEKHUIS Teuntje NED JUMBO – VISMA WOMEN 04:36
18 KASPER Romy GER JUMBO – VISMA WOMEN 04:41
19 MARTINS Maria POR DROPS – LE COL SUPPORTED 05:55

October 2 nd 2021

Deignan writes history with a one-woman-show

Elizabeth Deignan (Trek-Segafredo) delivered a supreme performance on a historic day, soloing to a maiden triumph in the André Pétrieux velodrome in the first edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes. The British star went for the very early move and covered the 29.2km of cobbles of the day on her own, alone at the front! Already a winner of Monuments like Liège-Bastogne-Liège and the Ronde van Vlaanderen, world champion in 2015, also a winner of major one-day-races like La Course by Le Tour, the Trofeo Alfredo Binda and Strade Bianche Donne, Deignan survived all the traps of a muddy Hell of the North to take victory ahead of the Dutch icon Marianne Vos (Jumbo-Visma) and her Italian teammate Elisa Longo Borghini (Trek-Segafredo).
A star-studded field with 129 participants take to the course in the early afternoon, with the recent world champions Elisa Balsamo (Valcar-Travel & Service) and many other contenders for the first ever edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes. It’s not raining at the moment, but a strong wind blows from the South. It will push the riders on the first three sectors before the race turns west around km 50.

Reusser and Niewiadoma go down, Deignan goes early
After a few breakaway attempts on the local circuit in Denain, the early attackers are caught ahead of the first cobbles of the day. An early crash leads to the withdrawal of Marlen Reusser (Ale’ BTC Ljubljana) and Kasia Niewiadoma (Canyon//Sram Racing), two of the heroes of the recent world championships in Flanders.
As the field reaches the first cobbles, from Hornaing to Wandignies (km 33.9), Elizabeth Deignan (Trek-Segafredo) goes for the very early move, and nobody follows her. The Brit star, a world champion in 2015 and a winner of most of the greatest races in the women’s calendar, said she came to the Hell of the North “as a fan”, and she makes the most of this maiden participation at the front of the race, opening a gap of 2 minutes on the first sectors of the day.

The race explodes in Mons-en-Pévèle
Movistar, SD Worx and Jumbo-Visma are among the teams most involved in the chase. Marianne Vos (Jumbo-Visma) attacks on the cobbles leading to Bersée (55km to go), and the bunch explodes in Mons-en-Pévèle, the first 5-star sector of the day.
With the wet and muddy conditions, Elisa Balsamo is among the riders who go down. 13 riders remain in contention behind Deignan, with Lisa Brennauer (Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling Team) and Emma Norsgaard (Movistar) taking long turns at the front.

Deignan resists Vos
The gap is down to 2’15’’ when Deignan hits one of the most demanding sequences of the day: Camphin-en-Pévèle (4 stars) and then Carrefour de l’Arbre (5 stars). The British champ survives a near-miss on the cobbles. Ellen van Dijk (Trek-Segafredo), Christine Majerus (SD Worx), Aude Biannic (Movistar) and Sarah Roy (Team BikeExchange) are not so lucky, going down as they try to follow an acceleration by Marianne Vos.

The Dutch icon had a gap of 1’55’’ to bridge in 17km. As she exited the Carrefour de l’Arbre, with 15km to go, she had already cut Deignan’’s lead to 1’15’’. But the Brit had enough energy left in the tank to ride to Roubaix on her own and triumph with a gap of 1’17’’ on Vos. Elisa Longo Borghini put another Trek-Segafredo rider on the podium (1’47’’) as she narrowly fended off Lisa Brennauer (+1’51’’).

Sizilien – Rundfahrt Etappe 4

Sant’Agata di Militello – Mascali – 180 Km


Photo by Plomi

Radsportlegende und GT Gewinner Vicenzo Nibali (TREK) erfüllte sich heute einen Traum und gewann die Schlußetappe und die Gesamtwertung seiner Heimat Rundfahrt in Sizilien.
Nach dem Zieleinlauf zeigte er sich sehr emotional.

1 NIBALI Vincenzo ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 04:24:29
2 RAVANELLI Simone ITA ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC 00:49
3 COVI Alessandro ITA UAE TEAM EMIRATES 00:49
4 BARDET Romain FRA TEAM DSM 00:49
5 RESTREPO VALENCIA Jhonatan COL ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC 00:49
6 VALVERDE BELMONTE Alejandro ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 00:49
7 VELASCO Simone ITA GAZPROM – RUSVELO 00:49
8 FORTUNATO Lorenzo ITA EOLO-KOMETA CYCLING TEAM 00:49
9 ARENSMAN Thymen NED TEAM DSM 00:49
10 DE LA CRUZ MELGAREJO David ESP UAE TEAM EMIRATES 00:49
11 VILLELLA Davide ITA MOVISTAR TEAM 00:49
12 EG Niklas DEN TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:49
13 NIBALI Antonio ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:49
14 BIZKARRA ETXEGIBEL Mikel ESP EUSKALTEL – EUSKADI 00:49
15 BAIS Mattia ITA ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC 02:09

Endstand:

1 NIBALI Vincenzo ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 18:09:50
2 VALVERDE BELMONTE Alejandro ESP MOVISTAR TEAM 00:46
3 COVI Alessandro ITA UAE TEAM EMIRATES 00:49
4 RESTREPO VALENCIA Jhonatan COL ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC 00:55
5 BARDET Romain FRA TEAM DSM 00:58
6 VELASCO Simone ITA GAZPROM – RUSVELO 00:59
7 ARENSMAN Thymen NED TEAM DSM 00:59
8 FORTUNATO Lorenzo ITA EOLO-KOMETA CYCLING TEAM 00:59
9 EG Niklas DEN TREK – SEGAFREDO 00:59
10 RAVANELLI Simone ITA ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC 01:03
11 VILLELLA Davide ITA MOVISTAR TEAM 01:09
12 NIBALI Antonio ITA TREK – SEGAFREDO 01:26
13 DE LA CRUZ MELGAREJO David ESP UAE TEAM EMIRATES 01:31
14 BIZKARRA ETXEGIBEL Mikel ESP EUSKALTEL – EUSKADI 01:33
15 BAIS Mattia ITA ANDRONI GIOCATTOLI – SIDERMEC 02:19


Etappenzweiter Simone Ravanelli, ein sehr talentierter junger Rennfahrer
Photo by Plomi