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Thomas De Gendt takes memorable fifth stage win at Volta a Catalunya

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Thomas De Gendt has struck once more. The Lotto Soudal rider rode to a memorable victory in the final stage of the Volta a Catalunya. During the final lap of the local circuit – around the famous Montjuïc hill in Barcelona - De Gendt left behind his breakaway companion Mohorič and soloed to victory. For the 34-year-old Belgian, it was the fifth stage victory of his career at the Volta a Catalunya. "I really like the Volta a Catalunya and with five stage victories under my belt, the race seems to suit me really well", Thomas De Gendt began. “I just like the terrain and the variety of stages. I was really disappointed that the race couldn't take place last year due to the known circumstances. Fortunately, I'm back this year and I could grab another stage win. It is my ninth participation in this stage race and I am successful on almost every occasion. So you can state that the Volta a Catalunya really is a race made for me.” Thomas De Gendt also knew the final stage all too well because back in 2013, it was in Barcelona that the Lotto Soudal rider already took his first stage victory at the Volta a Catalunya. "In 2013, I also won the closing stage and it feels really special to win in an iconic city like Barcelona. I have to admit that I didn't feel great the first few days into the stage race, but the past days, I could definitely feel some improvement. It turned out that I had a really good day today and that resulted in this nice stage win", Thomas De Gendt said. Following several attempts in the beginning of the race, a large front group of over thirty riders finally formed. Not long after Thomas De Gendt and his breakaway companions reached the local ci...


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Steadily improving since the start of the season, the Italian sprinter won at Cholet, concluding a solid collective performance for the team. This is his first victory for Cofidis, the second for the northern squad this season. It’s a thrill, unique, a sensation that all sprinters are looking for. anaging to benefit from the precious work of his teammates, launching his sprint, feeling his lead, raising his arms to the sky ...Elia Viviani experienced this moment in Cholet this Sunday afternoon. All day long, the team has been very selfless in countering attacks and making sure their sprinter is in the best possible shape. Thus, Pierre-Luc Périchon, Victor Lafay, Anthony Pérez, Simon Geschke, Emmanuel Morin, Eddy Finé and Fabio Sabatini all contributed to this great success. A victory "which is good for everyone" “The start of the race was quite eventful,” said Jean-Luc Jonrond, the sporting director. We got into control behind the breakaway and each rider worked hard. Anthony (Pérez), Pierre-Luc (Périchon) and Simon (Geschke) were well mobilized throughout the day. And in the final, Emmanuel (Morin) did an excellent job in the last 2 kilometers before Fabio (Sabatini) propelled Elia to victory ”. At the end of this beautiful day, satisfaction prevails. “This victory is good for everyone,” smiles Jean-Luc Jonrond. Elia Viviani never gave up This victory demonstrates the continued rise of Elia Viviani. Close to victory in the UAE Tour (a 2nd place and three ‘top 5’), the Italian sprinter thus secures his 98th victory among the professionals. It symbolizes all his efforts, he who always strived to work hard and never slacked off. However, nothing wa...

Nizzolo to lead Team Qhubeka Assos at Milan-Sanremo

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The reigning European and Italian champion Giacomo Nizzolo will spearhead Team Qhubeka ASSOS' hopes at Milan-Sanremo on Saturday. For Africa's WorldTour team this race is particularly poignant with Gerald Ciolek's 2013 victory, in epic conditions, catapulting the team onto the global stage. Nizzolo finished an excellent fifth at La Classicissima (sic) in 2020 and will be hoping for a repeat of a similar level of performance this Saturday, on a day of racing that will cover 299km. Giacomo Nizzolo Preparation for Sanremo this year has been good but it hasn't been perfect because I had a few issues a month ago so that for sure could have made things a bit better. Besides that I feel like I'm improving, getting better and I feel a step higher than two weeks ago, so I'm confident. Last year's race was special because of being in August but also for me personally it was the first time I started in Milan with good, actually perfect, condition. In some of the previous years I'd always had some problems but last year I can say that I was well set for Sanremo and I felt very good in that period. It was also nice for myself that I proved that I could be there playing for a good result, when I'm in shape. The goal or dream is of course always to win. Realistically if the race takes a good turn for the sprinters then I believe that I can be there to play for a good result, and in a sprint you never know what can happen. But the first thing is to feel good all day long and be there when the race is decided, and hopefully I can sprint in the front group. I'm super-proud to wear the European and Italian champion jersey. For me it's an extra motivation of course and I also feel an...

First success of this season for Caleb Ewan in Abu Dhabi

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Lotto Soudal rider Caleb Ewan won the final stage of the UAE Tour. The 26-year-old Australian claimed his first victory of the season after a stage promised to the sprinters. “We came to the UAE Tour to win a stage and it’s fantastic to achieve that goal after this last day. My previous sprints weren't the best so I was under a bit of pressure today, ”begins Caleb Ewan. This final stage of the UAE Tour was once again marked by the risk of breakages. About 60 kilometers from the line, a large group including Caleb Ewan, Tosh Van der Sande and Jasper De Buyst broke away but the peloton quickly ended their attempt. As expected, the victory was going to be played out in the sprint in Abu Dhabi. In a hectic sprint, Lotto Soudal chose the right moment to launch Caleb Ewan. With powerful acceleration, Ewan won ahead of Bennett, second, and Bauhaus, 3rd. “The team did everything to put me in the best possible position. So I was still fresh in the final and that's what it took to be able to win today, I think. I didn’t try to follow Bennett’s wheel, we both relied on our teammates to make the best lead out possible. Maybe Kluge started a little too late and we almost got locked up. So I left earlier than expected because I saw Bennett come up to the right. Fortunately there was still enough room to fit me in because it was the only way out. I finally got to start my sprint in time to finish the job. " This first victory of the season is a real relief for the Australian. “I've never waited this long to get my first win of the season. It’s a relief to be able to enter the season in Europe with a first success on the clock. I hope this is just the start...

Étoile de bessèges : Christophe Laporte strong performance

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With a victory, a 2nd place and the jersey for the points classification, Christophe Laporte was one of the great leaders of a particularly tough edition of the Etoile de Bessèges. Enough to get the team off to a good start before the next rounds of the season. This edition of the Etoile de Bessèges was announced as particularly high. The challenge was great for Christophe Laporte, who won it two years ago. However, the Var sprinter did not tremble. Better still, Christophe Laporte was one of the strong men of these five days of racing. Winner of the 1st stage, he took 2nd place on Saturday and had a very good time this Sunday (5th at 31 seconds behind Filipo Ganna). A total investment of the whole team With the support in turn of Tom Bohli and Anthony Perez in rider mode then Piet Allegaert, Emmanuel Morin Kenneth Vanbilsen and Jempy Drucker in sprinters mode. Anthony Pérez also made a name for himself by being part of the breakaway on Saturday in the stage between Rousson and Saint-Siffret (152 km). Now all eyes are on the next race: the Tour de Provence, which will take place next week. Around Jesus Herrada and Nicolas Edet, the team will be determined to shine the colors of the Cofids team once again. Christophe LAPORTE : “The results of these five stages are necessarily very positive. Since this winter, I knew I was in good condition. I wanted to reassure myself in the race and I did that by winning the first stage. Of course, there is a little disappointment about the general classification but I prefer to keep only the good collective performance. The team were really strong in the final. We have a tight and strong group, which is very interesting for ...

Étoile de bessèges : Tim Wellens Final winner

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Tim Wellens didn't let the final victory slip away in the Étoile de Bessèges time trial. Obviously very fit at the start of the season, the Trudonnaire even finished fourth in the stage. His very good performance allowed him to extend his lead by a few seconds in the general classification.As yesterday, the stage victory went to Italy’s Filippo Ganna. Michal Kwiatkowski and Nils Politt accompany Wellens on the final podium. The last stage was contested in the form of an individual 10 kilometer time-lapse with a finish perched at the top of a final difficulty. Early in the day, Briton Ethan Hayter set a very good first benchmark time with a time of 15’21 ’’. But the victory was promised to his teammate Ganna who covered ten kilometers in 15 minutes exactly. This is the second success in a row for the world time trial champion. Tim Wellens, the starting leader at Alès, started last to defend his 45 ’lead over his closest rivals. Wellens struggled to finish fourth on the day, 29 ’’ behind Ganna. A performance that also saw him relegate Kwiatkowski to 53 ’’ in the final standings. Tim wellens “This final victory was largely achieved at the end of the 3rd stage. To start the final stopwatch with more than 40 seconds in advance was quite comfortable. This morning already, I felt that I had good legs, but I was above all very motivated. You should know that Vic Swerts, founder and owner of Soudal, is celebrating his 81st birthday today and I wanted to give him this gift. This time suited me very well. I developed an average power greater than planned and I was finally able to clinch the final victory. The fact of having recognized the course before th...

Étoile de bessèges : 1st exceptional step for our ambassadors

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Christophe Laporte, the Var puncher from the Cofidis team, took the first stage of the Etoile de Bessèges after a particularly thrilling final. He won by countering Nacer Bouhanni of the Arkea Samsic team. Nacer Bouhanni played the surprise card by attacking halfway through the last bump. Christophe Laporte was the only one to take his wheel to pass it before the line. Injured at the start of last season, Christophe Laporte shows in spectacular fashion that he is back to his best. In a race he won two years ago, he will do anything to keep the leader's jersey. Both riders wore an Ekoï AR14 helmet and Ekoï Premium 80 glasses. Christophe LAPORTE "I'm super happy, it's just happiness! 2020 has not been an easy year. All winter I was very motivated, I didn't have any problems and I knew my shape was good. I knew that to perform, I had to be well placed at the top of thebump. I expected someone to attack and I would have to manage my effort and get under the pedal. I did it and I'm also happy to have grabbed a few bonus seconds for the overall. Tomorrow is a sprint that I have already won but the field is higher. We will also try to take bonuses in view of Sunday's stopwatch. I am very proud to have started the season well for the team and to give confidence to my teammates and all the staff. We will do everything to continue our momentum! " Nacer BOUHANNI "I recognized the final of this first stage yesterday. I knew the climb up the Route de la Tour was more conducive to punchers than sprinters. I wanted to test myself nonetheless. I tried in the finale for this reason. I came to this 2021 edition of the Etoile de Bessèges to target the sprint stages. There w...

Team KMC ORBEA : Leader of Worlwide UCI Teams

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It is a great pride for EKOÏ to be partner of the leader team of the UCI world ranking teams. ➡ 1st in the world ranking ➡ 2 team wins in the World Cup ➡ 6 individual World Cup podiums ➡ 13 Wins ➡ 29 podiums Congratulations to Malene Degn, Annie Last, Victor Koretzky, Milan Vader, Thomas Litscher and all the staff. Michel Hutsebaut, General Manager "We have had an atypical season. Our team, which has existed since 1998, has been able to adapt to the various constraints that were imposed and we have been able to cope. During this particular season, I retain the unfailing support of our partners, but also an incredible job of all our staff and a great professionalism of our drivers. I also remember our 2 team victories during the stages of the World Cup of Nove Mesto. For 4 years, we waited for this moment.And the 2 victories came to reward the work and the cohesion of our group. Today, after 2 victories for Victor Koretzky in Turkey, the season is officially over. And I am proud to see our KMC - ORBEA team finish the season in world number one! As in 2016, we end the year at the top of this ranking, proof of consistency throughout a year punctuated by thirteen UCI victories. Once again, I can only thank everyone, partners in the first place with KMC Chain Europe and Orbea, but also our other sponsors and suppliers who allow us to benefit from the best bike on the circuit. It gives everyone even more motivation for 2021."

7th stage ofthe Vuelta : Guillaume Martin wins the best climber jersey

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It wasn't necessarily expected today but there was a running movement on the 1st ascent of the day. So I was able to integrate the breakaway and take points in the mountain standings. I put in a lot of effort and tried to finish as well as possible. Of course the best climber's jersey, we will do everything to keep it! " During a completely unbridled stage rich in twists and turns, the Cofidis team shone once again Four riders from the team have made the breakaway. Guillaume Martin, 5th on the stage, puts on the best climber's jersey, a great reward for the whole team. Pierre-Luc Périchon and Victor Lafay were the first to join the breakaway after an hour of racing.When, José Herrada and Guillaume Martin, in a group of pursuers, ended up making the junction in the ascent of Puerto de Orduna. The riders had to climb this 1st category pass twice and Guillaume Martin was 2nd each time at the top of the pass. Result: the Normand pocketed precious points in the mountain classification, enough to take the lead. -Guillaume started the race with four other riders - Valverde, Woods, Peters and Fraile - all already stage winners on a Grand Tour. The Normand attacked several times before finishing in 5th place. For the third time in a row on this Vuelta, he finished in the ‘top 10’. On arrival, Guillaume Martin was able to don the polka dot best climber jersey, his first distinctive jersey on a Grand Tour. A great reward also for the incredible collective work provided by his team members. From now on, everyone will get down to 'defending' this jersey on the roads of the Vuelta. Guillaume Martin : "I had fun and I hurt myself too! On this Vuelta, we see some u...

Tim Wellens wins the 5thstage of Vuelta

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Tim Wellens notched a fine stage victory in the Tour of Spain, edging out Guillaume Martin and Thymen Arensman in a three-man sprint. The Belgian Lotto Soudal also endorses the jersey of the leader of the mountain classification. The three men, the only survivors of the day's breakaway, fought for victory in the streets of Sabiñanigo. “From the start of the Vuelta, the team’s ambition was to win a stage,” said the very attacking Tim Wellens, who has already spent three days in the breakaway in this Tour of Spain. "It's really good that the goal is reached so early in the race, we will be able to tackle the next two weeks without any stress. I already had the breakaway in mind this morning. The start was very difficult, we drove at full speed for two hours. I finally had the chance to find myself in the front group. The collaboration was not easy because we had with us two riders well classified overall. There were three of us then and the relationship was much better. We were all at the same level but I was finally able to make the difference on the big percentages just before the finish." Tim Wellens, winner of several stage races, already has two Giro stages to his name, but this is his first victory in the Vuelta. After a difficult campaign on the classics, Tim Wellens wanted to take part in the Vuelta to end on a good note this 2020 season so short and so special. “I had a tough time after I crashed just before the start of the Tour de France. I returned to competition at the Tour du Luxembourg but it took me a long time to get back to good feelings. I had a few fears when I got to the start of the Vuelta so I'm really happy with this stage victory, ...

Five Products for the Team KMC Orbea in Nove Mesto

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Two rounds of the World Cup, or 4 events, took place at the Nove Mesto site. The KMC Orbea team leaves with five podiums: Milan Vader: 3rd and 2nd in the XCO. Thomas Litscher: 2nd in the second XCC). Victor Koretzky: 2nd in the first XCC and 4th in the second XCO. The team wins both team stages. Milan Vader: "An incredible week" “Before coming here, I knew the feelings were good. But with the lack of international confrontation, it was difficult to project. Of course, I'm leaving more than satisfied with my first two World Cup podiums. I see that victory is getting closer and it’s really motivating for the future. Overall, we have had an amazing week all together with the team. Everyone has done a tremendous amount of work to ensure that we are in the best possible conditions and that can be felt on the bike. " Victor Koretzky: "A very dense level" “I started my week perfectly with second place in the XCC. Although I had some problems afterwards at the XCO, I managed to get back into the game for the last two events of the season. Today with Milan we had a really good race, taking our responsibilities. In times, I have never been so close to victory. We could see this week that the level was very dense. I think that now ten riders can win a World Cup. I can't wait to be next. " Thomas Litscher: "A great dynamic" “Even though back problems prevented me from expressing myself properly today, I'm pretty happy with my week, including a podium. The general atmosphere in the team is excellent and that makes you hurt yourself even more on the bike. Now it's time for the World Championship in Austria where I have the feeling that anything is possible. " ...


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