A.S.O.’s UCI WORLD TOUR CALENDAR 2020
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has announced the dates of its new calendar following the postponement of numerous cycling races and events.
With regards to A.S.O.’s UCI World Tour events, return to play will begin with the Critérium du Dauphiné from the 12th to the 16th August, over 5 days instead of the usual 8. It will be essential in preparing...
Schachmann: “My most important win”
It was very, very hard. I think you saw Konrad, and Schwarzmann and Grosschartner controlled the race for me but it was really hard at the finish. The last three kilometres were a walk through hell, through pain. Now it’s like being in heaven and it erases all the pain in my legs. It’s not my first success but the biggest so far and the most important because a whole...
Quintana: ”A gift for the team”
I always try to win stages with some elegance. The team worked a lot to make it back on the break and then I did what I had to do. There was nothing I could do for the GC. I crashed badly and l lost too much time that day. Day after day I finished with the best and I wanted to win before the race ended to bring a little joy to this team and this is a gift for the whole team for...
Schachmann from start to finish
Maximilian Schachmann (Bora-Hansgrohe) gave everything he had to win Paris-Nice on Saturday at the top of La Colmiane at the end of a grueling 166.5-km mountain stage won by Nairo Quintana. The German champion, 26, who had seized the reins on the very first day in Plaisir, became the first German since Tony Martin in 2011 to win the Race to the Sun, and also the...
Top five final overall standings
1. Maximilian Schachmann (Germany, Bora-Hansgrohe)
2. Tiesj Benoot (Belgium, Sunweb) 18 seconds behind
3. Sergio Higuita (Colombia, EF Pro Cycling) 59 seconds behind
4. Vincenzo Nibali (Italy, Trek-Segafredo) 1:16
5. Thibaut Pinot (France, Groupama-FDJ) 1 :24.
Schachmann wins Paris-Nice
Maximilian Schachmann (Bora-Hasngrohe) gave everything to win Paris-Nice by 18 seconds.
Benoot is second
Tiesj Benoot (Sunweb) was second.
Quintana wins stage 7
Nairo Quintana (Arkea-Samsic) wins stage 7 in La Colmiane.
Max Schachmann and the rest of the group are unable to react behind Benoot. 36 seconds are at stake!
Tiesj Benoot attacks and goes for the GC behind Quintana.
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