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A touching triptych by Wout van Aert in Carcassonne: 'Jasper Philipsen surprised me' |  a trip

A touching triptych by Wout van Aert in Carcassonne: ‘Jasper Philipsen surprised me’ | a trip

Wout van Aert He was one of the first attackers. “A lot of sprinting teams wanted to come with me, even me myself,” said the green jersey.

“Then the three of us were sitting there. I think they’d rather ride behind me than jump. That in itself is smart.”

Van Aert hesitated for a while and continued to rest for a while. “My radio didn’t work, I couldn’t communicate with the support wagon. I didn’t know if there was still a race behind us.”

“When the second support car arrived, I knew there was control in the peloton and lowered myself wisely.”

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Then the problem started with a double fall. “We were told there was another protest. It seems normal for something like this to happen.”

“It was said we might come to a stop and that caused a mess. There was a lot of braking and Stephen (Kruesvik) reacted very late. I just managed to avoid a fall.”

“When I came back, I saw the team at Jonas (Vingegaard) after his fall. It didn’t look too bad for him, Tiesj (Benoot) was even more difficult.”

After those frantic kilometers, there was finally a fast sprint. “Jasper surprised me in the inner corner. He did it so cleverly and forcefully. I can no longer count it again.”

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