The stage film - 13/03 - 17:09

Roglic survives Yates’ assault

Simon Yates (BikeExchange-Jayco) shook Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) with a stunning attack on the final day of Paris-Nice, but the Slovenian star retained the overall lead with a strong support from Wout van Aert. The battle was on from the start and the intensity never dropped. Dani Martinez (Ineos Grenadiers) attacked with 50km to go, launching an unbridled battle for the stage...

Interview - 13/03 - 17:58

Madouas: "A good omen"

"The balance of the week is positive since we leave Paris-Nice with something. We haven’t been lucky but we’ve been aggressive. I crashed at the beginning of the week but I’m happy to finish with a day where I felt great. That’s also what I came for. I punctured at the beginning of the stage so it was kind of a 110km individual time-trial today. That’s...

Interview - 13/03 - 17:55

Almeida: "We kept fighting and we got a reward"

"It was a pretty hard day, short but really hard, cold, rainy… I lost a few metres on the climb but everything was under control. I lost contact on the final descent but I knew I’d be safe. It was a good day out there. The team did a good job. [To take the white jersey] is a good victory I’d say. We started the race wanting more, but the race is what it is,...

Interview - 13/03 - 17:52

Van Aert: "It was up to me to bring Roglic to the line"

"We managed to take the overall. It was harder than we hoped, harder than expected. Today was a really difficult day to control. I was lucky to take it easy yesterday, so I could focus on being there today. [Primoz Roglic] didn’t have his best legs, so it was up to me to bring him to the line. We knew we were losing time on the climb, but I think already on the last...

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