Yves Lambert raced for the Belgian time trial title on Wednesday. The company is currently on schedule in several other (European) countries. On this page we compile the most important findings.
Denmark: 3 in a row for Casper Asgren
The Deceuninck-Quick Step can preserve the Danish Kasper Asgreen jacket. The Dane had the best time on trial in his country for the third year in a row. On Sunday, the Flanders Grand Prix winner will defend his Danish road race jersey.
1. Casper Asgren – 48 km at 57’34”
2 – Michael Berg – 21st hour
Martin Toft Madsen – 30 inch
France: Thomas takes the throne of the unlucky Cavagna
In France, the main jumper did not unexpectedly go to the Deceuninck-Quick Step. Remy Cavagna looked on his way to a second title in a row, but bad luck decided otherwise. The speed rider also had to change his bikes and saw his gold chances increasing in smoke. Benjamin Thomas (FDJ) is the new champ, winning against his teammates.
1. Benjamin Thomas – 45.6 km in 55’16”
2 – Bruno Armirael – reference 31 “
3. Alexys Brunel – at 55″
Czech Republic: Cerny also succeeded himself
Joseph Cerny succeeds himself as the Czech trial champion, which is a good thing for Deceuninck-Quick Step’s win in Season 30.
More titles for time trials:
- Russia: Alexander Vlasov
- Estonia: Rein Taaramäe
- Poland: Maciej Bodnar
- Switzerland: Stefan Kung
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