Felix Bour n'est pas en retard des Championnats de France 10 km

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A Houilles, Felix Bour a fait mal à son record personnel sur la distance, en l'améliorant de plus de 27 secondes. Au lendemain de son 29 ème anniversaire et grâce à une foulée féline, Felix s'impose en solitaire et face au vent dans une allure remarquable 2:48min/km, soit 28:02min. Ce chrono lui permet de devenir le 5ème performeur français sur la distance. !
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Axel Zingle (Cofidis) succeeds his teammate in the Classic Loire-Atlantique

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On the course of the 23rd edition of Classic Loire-Atlantique taking place in La Haye-Fouassière (on the circuit which saw Warren Barguil crowned as French Champion in 2019), the Cofidis riders are in conquered territory. We left Anthony Perez in dazzling form during his victory over the Drôme Classic and here is the 2022 winner of the Nantes event, particularly in the legs (2nd the day after Cholet Pays de la Loire). In a nervous race where the sprint seemed inevitable, he took control of the peloton and perfectly led the promising Axel Zingle who won with a bike ahead of the rest of the pack. 5th victory this season for the team led by Cédric Vasseur!
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Anne Haug is not on Spanish time on Ironman 70.3 Lanzarote

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Coming out of the water in 3rd position, she very quickly took the lead on her bike to never leave it and landed her machine 2 min ahead in transition 2. In running, she capitalizes on the discipline that benefits her the most thanks to her physical characteristics and wins the first Ironman 70.3 of the season with a lead of more than 4 minutes. Small observation for ''connaisseurs'', she completes the half marathon in 1h16 (i.e. 3.36min/km on average), a time equivalent to the 3rd man in the race! What a great performance for our ambassador who finished the 2022 season ranked first in the world PTO.
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Megan Armitage & Arkea Pro Cycling Team achieves victory on the Vuelta Extremadura

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You didn't have to be late for the first edition of this Spanish event to witness the collective strength of Arkéa's women's team. During the inaugural time trial on Friday, the 6 riders set the record straight by taming the stopwatch 4 seconds ahead of the Stade Rochelais Charente Maritime and seized the leader's outfit. Sunday, during the Queen event, rebelote. Megan Armitage raises her arms atop Piomal in front of two of her teammates: Clara Emond and Maaike Colje. In the general classification, we take the same and we start again! A great collective performance that portends great results to come. Camille Fahy wins alone during the Boucles de Seine-et-Marne The 114.5 kilometers of the second edition of the Boucles de Seine-et-Marne were the scene of the first victory on the road for the St-Michel-Mavic-Auber 93 team. Particularly in the leg, Camille Fahy escaped and wins, alone, his first victory. Another resident of the Ile-de-France team, Sandrine Bideau, won third place. Photo credit: Nicolas Vaucouleur
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Milan Menten (Lotto Dstny) wins the victory

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The Lotto Dstny was particularly prominent during the 55th edition of the Belgian classic.35 kilometers from the finish line, around twenty runners took to their heels and started the final cobbled sections with a handful of seconds in advance.At 5 kilometers, they are only 5 in the lead. Among them, we find the solid roller Victor Campenaerts, but the fugitives are taken back at the approach of a stormy sprint marked by the fall of Asgreen and De Bondt. Finally, Milan Menten pulls the cobblestones from the fire in front of the powerful Hugo Hofstetter of Arkéa-Samsic. Nice double for EKOI!
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Anthony Perez (Cofidis): A gust of audacity on the Faun Drôme Classic

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Epic ! In this last weekend of February, the Drôme looked like a Belgian classic: a hilly course with no less than 20 climbs, gusts of wind to send any featherweight climber into the background and borders at all costs ! In these conditions, you had to be a warrior to find yourself 38 km from the finish at the head of the race, in a group of 16 riders. Among them, 4 men from Cofidis: Martin, Fine, Lafay and Perez. After two banderillas planted by Guillaume Martin on the penultimate ascent of the day, Anthony plays teamwork and tries his luck with incredible panache. Behind, Gaudu, Alaphilippe or even Bardet look at each other and let him go. He digs a gap of more than a minute and will never be caught! A sublime solo victory at the top of a final climb, but with the "Mistral Gagnant"!
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Kévin Vauquelin (General ranking): The panache of youth

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After 10 podiums in 2022, Kévin Vauquelin confirms the hopes placed in him at the start of the 2023 season. Already at his best during the Etoile de Bessèges, the Arkéa-Samsic rider made his mark during this Azure triptych. He was predicted to be a thunderbolt, and he responded like a boss. The Tour des Alpes-Maritimes et du Var hosted a tempting lineup with several tricolor cadors of the peloton: Thibaut Pinot, Romain Bardet, David Gaudu... Listed among the outsiders, Kévin Vauquelin finally did not tremble during the last two stages, finishing 3rd in each of them. In the game of bonuses and yet the only representative of his formation in the final 50 kilometers, Kévin Vauquelin took his responsibilities by attacking, sometimes, following the right wheels, often. He showed an amazing maturity at just 21 years old. Hats off to the kid! Photo credit: © Léa Nespolo
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Kévin Vauquelin (1st stage): 1st pro victory!

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4th in the Etoile de Bessèges, the young ARKEA-SAMSIC squad member seized his chance as he approached the red flame on the first stage of the Tour des Alpes-Maritimes et du Var between Saint-Raphaël and Ramatuelle. Thanks to some powerful, well-timed hocks and probably sensing the misunderstanding of his two rivals Neilson Powless (EF) and Kévin Geniets (Groupama-FDJ), the young Bajocasse distanced them and crossed the line, alone. Starting in Saint-Raphaël, the 187-kilometer stage saw a five-rider breakaway form at kilometer 0. That small group had as much as a 4'35" lead. With 10 kilometers to go, six more riders took off. Among them, Kévin Vauquelin, on his way to victory!
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Tour d’Oman (2nd stage) : Jesus Herrada “crucifies” his adversaries

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If Jesus Herrada collapses after crossing the line, it's because he spared no effort to let go of his opponents in the bumpy final the Tour of Oman second stage. A stage with 2highlights: First, the attempt (ultimately vain) of the duo Van Boven / Fuentes to give way to the breakaway group. On the other hand, the return of the peloton at 6 kms and especially the final sprint towards Qurayyat (2.5 kms at 7.4%) at the end of which the Spanish sprinter from the COFIDIS formation proved to be the most explosive, outclassing his rivals in the last few meters before crossing the finish line alone, arms outstretched!
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Muscat Classic : Jenthe Biermans or the victory enjoyment!

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So many firsts!! The 173.7 kms of the first edition of the Muscat Classic were the scene of the first professional victory for the new Belgian recruit of the Arkéa-Samsic team, which recorded on this occasion the first season success. On a tricky course with no less than 6 GPM, a cluster of thirty runners broke away after the final raid of the day, a one kilometer climb at an average of 10%. Tasty ! Already in form during the Clàssica Comunitat Valenciana 1969, with a second place (behind Arnaud De Lie), Jenthe Biermans wins this race, all in EKOI, on the eve of  the Tour of Oman start
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Étoile de Bessèges (Stage 3) : The “Taureau (bull) de Lescheret” attack!

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With more than 3000m elevation for 169.7 kilometers around Bessèges, the 3rd step was not necessarily favorable to sprinters. On the program, the 'Col des Brousses', a first category coast, to climb three times, the last time of which ten kilometers from the line. Distancing in the bumps, Arnaud de Lie managed to return to the leading group 4 kilometers from the finish. Impatient, he then struck the charge 2 kilometers from the finish, in vain. Determined, the Belgian sprinter surprised his opponents and commentators by gushing to the best moments to win "easily". He finished 7th in this 53rd edition. Arnaud de Lie has managed to return to the leading group. He even placed an unsuccessfull attack 2 km from the finish, but he easily won the sprint.
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Simone Consonni : Sultan of the 4th stage on Saudi Tour

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A few days after 3rd place in his German teammate Max Walscheid, during the 1st stage of the Saudi Tour, Simone Constonni decided to make ''the powder speak'' and to be at the top in the most beautiful ways. In a worthy landscape  of the Quantum of Solace sets, the Italian sprinter thwarts all the plans of the Jayco-Alula team. Yet well brought by cadence, Dylan Groenewegen finds himself, , locked up at first. Launching his sprint more than 200 meters from the line,  between 5 and 7%, the "flying Dutchman" is ultimately exceeded 75 meters from the goal by Consonni who, to the tears, crosses the line in front of a Other Transalpin Mattéo Malucelli. Hostilities should not be launched too early in this sprint for strong!
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Etoile de Bessèges: the brilliant Arnaud de Lie wins the first stage!

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In a finish built for the puncheurs, the young Belgian sprinter from the LOTTO-DESTINY team, won in the most beautiful way by showing strength and tactics. Indeed, when the Danish rider Mads Petersen (Trek-Segafredo) attacked with less than 500m to go, Arnaud de Lie cleverly took his wheel before making a powerful and decisive acceleration in the last bend. The champion underlined at the finish line the work of his team throughout this first flat stage of 160 kilometers (45.47 km/h average). A work that allows him to become the provisional "lieder" of the 53rd Tour du Gard.
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Last Marseillaise for Maxime Bouet

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Last Marseillaise for the most Marseilles of this event“The Grand Prix de la Marseillaise is an event that is close to my heart because it takes place at home, especially since this year the Tour de la Provence will not take place. I finished second once in this race which I know by heart, and last year we won it. Just thinking about that memory still gives me chills. Yvon Caer assigned me a role: road captain, I am perhaps the rider who has competed the most in this race. And if 40 kilometers from the finish, Amaury passed the bump, he had to get in my wheel until the line. He listened, did what I advised him, and we played really well on the tactical moments. It remains a great moment in my career, I played my role to perfection, and I take a certain pride in it, in the same way as if I had won the race, for example. We see more and more that the riders who pass the bumps well and have a good burst of speed are going for victory in Marseille, and that moreover this panel is growing season after season”.C: ARKEA SAMSIC
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The “Lescheret Taurus” wins the classic of Valencia

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Sixth in the UCI global ranking in 2022 at just 20 years old, the young Belgian sprinter of the Lotto-Destny Arnaud de Lie team addresses ambitiously the year 2023. He won the first UCI European race for the season, the Valencia classic, in Spain. A 190 -kilometer event hosted by a breakaway of five runners finally resumed to make way for a well -managed sprint, the “Lescheret bull” being perfectly launched by its teammates.
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Tour Down Under : le “Coq” wins the 4th stage!

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First victory in the World Tour of Bryan Coquard. The fourth stage of the TDU has, as planned, played the sprint. And it was the French sprinter of the Cofidis team that has been the clearest. 300 meters from the line, he lit the wick, surprising his helpless rivals and unable to jump into the wheel. A tasty victory for the one who had on seven times had to be satisfied with second places, one, a legendary, against Marcel Kittel on the fourth stage of the 2016 Tour de France. This time, in Australia, photo-finish was not necessary. C: Getty Images
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First win of the season for Caleb Ewan

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EKOÏ glasses on his nose, EKOÏ helmet on his head and national team jersey on his back, the Australian sprinter from Lotto-Dstny proved to be the strongest during the Schwalbe Classic, a test of preparation for the Tour Under Down . His small powerful frame allowed him to make the difference at the end of a massive sprint disputed at home in the streets of Adelaide.
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Felipe Orts (Burgos-BH): five-time Spanish cyclo-cross champion

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For the fifth consecutive year, the Burgos-BH team rider has won the Spanish cyclo-cross championship. EKOÏ glasses on his nose and helmet on his head, he crossed the finish line of the Vic circuit near Barcelona showing five fingers , a good way to signify this fifth consecutive title. Now he is just one win behind cyclo-crossmen José Luis Talamillo and David Seco.
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Simon clarke vice champion of australia

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The Israel-Premier Tech team did well to renew their confidence in the 36-year-old Australian rider. On his land, Simon Clarke does “2”. After a hard-fought sprint, he managed to get the upper hand over Michael Matthews and thus won the title of Australian vice-champion. In the counter-attack group, Caleb Ewan (Lotto-DSTNY) had to settle for 18th place but he said he was "very satisfied with the sensations (...) on the bike" and said he was "looking forward to to be at the Tour Down Under.” By making a salient attack on his pursuers just two kilometers from the finish, Luke Flapp (22) won for the second year in a row.
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The team SRT equipped with EKOI E-LENS glasses

Practicing and passionate about cycling, Mathieu Serradori entrusted his view to the cycling equipment manufacturerEKOI. Its geographical proximity to the brand based in Fréjus enabled it to selecthis glasses meticulously, after having tested many models during driving sessionsand bike rides. Aware of the specificities of the route and the potential pitfalls to avoid during5000 kilometers of specials, the SRT driver opted for EKOÏ E-LENS glasses benefiting fromworld's fastest LCD electronics. This choice is not the result of chance since the differences inluminosity are particularly important when crossing dunes or crossingthalwegs. Visual comfort is essential for Mathieu Serradori: “Today, E-LENS glassesare an integral part of my equipment and greatly contribute to my level ofperformance !
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