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See the list of Olympic road race participants here: With Pog and Rog, without Alaphilippe |  the Olympics

See the list of Olympic road race participants here: With Pog and Rog, without Alaphilippe | the Olympics

On Saturday (4 a.m. Belgium time), the Olympic peloton will look for gold successor Greg Van Avermaet in Tokyo. See the full list of men’s Olympic road race participants here. Who is challenging our Belgian quintet?

  • Top 10 attendees at the Tour de FranceTadej Pogacar (1st), Richard Carapaz (3rd), Wilko Kieldermann (fifth), Aleksig Lutsenko (seventh), Guillaume Martin (eighth), Rigoberto Uran (10th)
  • Missing from the top ten in the Tour de France: Jonas Weinggaard (second), Ben O’Connor (fourth), Enrique Mas (sixth), Belo Bilbao (ninth)
  • Attendees from the top ten in Rio de Janeiro 2016: Greg van Avermaet (1st), Jacob Fuglsang (2nd), Rafal Majka (3rd), Tunnel Kangert (9th)
  • Missing from the top 10 in Rio de Janeiro 2016: Julian Alfelipe (fourth), Joaquim Rodriguez (fifth), Fabio Aru (sixth), Luis Meintjes (seventh), Andre Zeets (eighth), Rui Costa (tenth)
  • Also do not look for: Peter Sagan, Egan Bernal, Dylan Tunes, Wout Poels, Matej Mohoric, Sepp Kuss, Diego Ulissi, Daniel Martinez, Romain Bardet, Hugh Carthy, Tom Pidcock, Mathieu van der Poel, Chris Froome, Mikel Landa, Mark Padoen and Miguel Angel Lopez

List of men’s road race participants:

Algeria

LAGAB Azzedine

HAMZA Mansouri

Argentina

SEPULVEDA Eduardo

Australia

Dennis Rohan

Dorbridge Lock

Hamilton Lucas

Ritchie’s door

Azerbaijan
Asadov Elchin

Belgium

Van Avermaet Greg
Benno Tisg
EVENEPOEL Remco
Van Aert Water
Fansevent More

Burkina Faso

Damon Paul

Canada
Michael Woods
Bovine clouds
Soil Hugo

China

Wang Ruidong

Chinese Taipei

Feng Chun Kai

Colombia

Quintana Cairo
Uran Rigoberto
Higuita Sergio
Chavez Esteban

Costa Rica

Amador Andre

Denmark

FUGLSANG JACOB

Asgreen Casper
Jules Jensen Christopher
Valgren Michael

Germany

Schesmann Maximilian
Buchmann Emmanuel
Arendt Nikkias
Jishki Simon

Ecuador
Narvez Jonatan
Carapaz Richard

Eritrea

Gebregzebir Amanuel

Jerusalem Marawi مرح

Estonia

Kangart Tunil

peter brush فرشاة

France

Cavagna Remy
Cosinfroy Benoit
Judo David
Martin Guillaume
Elsound Kenny

Greece

TZORTZAKIS Polychronis

Britain

Jiu Jiegan Heart Tao
Thomas Gerrant
yes Adam
Yeats Simon

Guatemala

RODOS OCHOA Manuel Hosea

Hong Kong, China

CHOY SHARK FUNG

Hungary

Walter Attila

Ireland

Martin Dun
Nicholas Roche
Eddie Dunbar

Iran

SAFARZADEH Saeid

Italy

Caruso Damiano

Moscow Gianni

petul alberto
CICCONE Julio
Nepalese Vincenzo

33-year-old Caruso has been surprisingly second in the Giro this season. Could he also play an important role during the Olympic road race?

Japan

Arashiro Yukiya

Masuda Narioki

Kazakhstan

Bronsky Vadim
Grozdev Dmitri
LOETSENKO Alexei

Croatia

Romac Josip

Latvia
Scoggin Toms
Niland Crest

Lithuania
SISKEVICIUS Evaldas

Luxembourg
enjoy kevin
Reiss Michel

Mexico
Fryer Motizuma Eder

Morocco, West, sunset
Mohsin Mohsen

Namibia
by LANGE Tristan

Holland

Dumoulin Tom
Mollema Book
Silarman Wilco
Van Parel Dylan
Hook Yuri

Norway

Free and open source software Tobias
Lynesund Andreas
Holgard Marcus
Johanssen Tobias Haaland

New Zealand
Bennett George
Bevin Patrick

Austria
Bernsteiner Hermann
Konrad Patrick
MHLBERGER GREGOR

Panama

Jory Lopez Christopher

Peru

Navarro Callie Ruiner

Poland

Bodnar Macej
KWIATKOWSKI Michał
Majka Rafai

Portugal

Mrs. John
Oliveira Nelson

Romania
Grosso Edward Michael

Russia
Sivakov Pavel
Vlasov Alexander
Zacharine Noor

Slovenia
Roglic Primoz
Poojakar Tadig
Polanke Jan
Tratnic Jan

Slovakia
Sajan Juraj

Cabbage Look

Pog and Rog: Racers were usually runners, and now they’re a killer tandem on the track slopes.

Spain

Valverde Alejandro
Izagiri Gorka
IZAGIRRE Ion
Harada Jesus
Farr Omar


Czech Republic
Shlegel Michel
Stepper Zdenek
KUKRLE MICHAEL

United States of America

MCNULTY Brandon
Craddock Lawson

Belarus
Ryabushenko Alexander

South Africa
Gibbons Ryan
nothing

DE BOD Stefan

Switzerland
Hershey Mark
Kong Stefan
SCHÄR MICHAEL
Mader Geno

Fifth lucky time for Valverde?

Alejandro Valverde will be at the start of the Olympic road race for the fifth time on Saturday. The 41-year-old Spaniard never finished in the top ten, but the course appears to be tailored to the blanket of aging this year. Can he still win an Olympic medal in – most likely – the last Olympics?

Previous articles:

  1. Athena (2004): 17
  2. Beijing (2008): 13 H
  3. London (2012): 18th place
  4. Rio (2016): 30 H

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