short rate. Jacobsen beats Meus at the Eurometropolis – Amstel Gold Race and Paris-Roubaix exchange dates
Jakobsen beats Meus at the Eurometropolis
Fabio Jacobsen won the Eurometropolis Tour. The Dutchman was the fastest in a team sprint and awarded Deceuninck-Quick his 64th winning stroke of the season. Jumbo-Visma is second in the international ranking of victories with… 40 victories. Patrick Lefèvre’s team also dominates the cycling year 2021. 23-year-old Belgian Jordi Mius finished second in Tournai and Mads Pedersen completed the top three.
Koej wins the Tour of Croatia
Olaf Koig won the second stage of the Tour of Croatia (2.1). The Dutchman from Jumbo-Visma won the 187 km from Slung to Otokak in the sprint ahead of the Israeli Itamar Einhorn and the Australian Caden Groves. Our compatriot Milan Mentin took seventh place. Koegue also took charge of the leader’s jersey for German Phil Bauhaus, winner of the opening stage. He is six seconds ahead of the Bauhaus and ten seconds ahead of Einhorn.
Mulano won another stage in Sicily
Juan Sebastian Molano also won the second stage of the Tour of Sicily. The Colombian-Emirati team finished ahead of Italians Matteo Mochetti and Jacob Marischko, after covering a distance of more than 170 kilometers to Mondello. Mulano of course kept the lead in the general classification.
Molano has also already won the first stage in Sicily. For the 26-year-old, it was his fourth victory of the season. Previously, he had won two stages of the Burgos Tour.
The dates of the Amstel Gold and Paris-Roubaix races have changed
Next year’s Amstel Gold Race will be rescheduled with Paris-Roubaix. The Dutch Classic will take place on Sunday April 10, 2022, between the Tour de Flandre and Paris-Roubaix. ASO, Paris-Roubaix, has requested a change due to the French elections scheduled for Sunday April 10, 2022.
“Christian Prudhomme told me that the government would not allow Paris-Roubaix to be held on April 10 due to the French elections and asked me if we were ready to change the dates,” said Leo van Vliet, director Amstel Gold Race. “In close consultation with the ASO, the UCI and our partner municipalities Maastricht and Valkenburg aan de Gaulle, we have decided to change once on weekends with Paris-Roubaix due to these exceptional circumstances. It’s great that you can help each other this way and everyone is ready to cooperate. Sunday April 10 is also a great place for us in the Spring Classics calendar. An added benefit of the region is that with the new date we will be a week before the Easter holidays on April 16-17, 2022 and local accommodations will have an additional weekend with multiple overnight stays. Of course, we hope to organize a race as usual, with an audience and a live cycle through the Limburg scene.
Christian Prudhomme, director of ASO Cyclisme: “This solution is due to the goodwill and the positive attitude of the organization of the Amstel Gold Race and in particular of Leo van Vliet and the UCI. We would like to thank them on behalf of the thousands of fans for their cooperation with this data change. “
Evenepoel starts at Giro dell’Emilia
Deceuninck-Quick.Step accompanies Remco Evenepoel for the Italian Giro dell’Emilia one day (2/10). Body players Joao Almeida and Morey Vancevenant also play first. The selection also consists of Andrea Bagioli, Dries Devenyns, Fausto Masnada and Pieter Serry. One of the races to prepare for the Tour of Lombardy (9/10) is the Giro dell’Emilia.
Moscon trades INEOS Grenadiers with Astana
Italian Gianni Moscon, 27, will travel to Astana for the next two seasons. Moscon will end the year with INEOS Grenadiers, making his debut in 2016. The sprint (Italian time trial champion in 2017 and 2018) and runner for a day has 11 wins to his name, including three this year with two stages on the Alpine Tour. and a Grand Lugano award. The Italian also won the Arctic Race in 2016 and finished third in the Tour of Lombardy in 2017.
Aranboro to Movistar
The Basque exercise Alex Aranburu will wear the colors of the Movistar team for the next three seasons. Aranboro, 26, has been riding Astana since 2020. The Spanish rider is Movistar’s third acquisition after compatriot Oscar Rodriguez (26, Astana) and German Max Kanter (23, DSM). Arranborough, who finished second behind Slovenian Primoz Roglic in the opening of the previous Vuelta Trial, this year won the stage in the Basque Country. He has four professional victories to his name.
Lotto Soudal receives young Australian Jarrad Dreamers
Lotto Soudal has strengthened with the Grad Dreamers. The 22-year-old Australian from Adelaide is leaving the Hagens Bermann Axion team. The Belgian cycling team reported it on Wednesday. The Drizners, double U23 national champion (2020 road stage, 2019 review), signed a two-year contract.
I still can’t believe it. “I’m really looking forward to it, but I’m also a little nervous,” says Jared Dreezners. “I wasn’t expecting that at all because 2021 wasn’t my best season. Fortunately, I have been able to impress Lotto Soudal in recent months. Since the Tour de l’Avenir, I have been riding at a high level. I finished fourth in the final classification of the Tour. Tomorrow Tour, and ten days ago, I was caught just 50 meters from the finish in Liège-Bastogne-Liège, which means that I missed a place on the podium. It was a truly heartbreaking moment. “
“Jarad is a good backup in the show as he excels in short climbs, fan sprints and sprints,” said John Lelang, general manager of Lotto Soudal. “He’s a big engine racer who loves Belgian races. He’s definitely not the climber type, but could play a key role in Caleb Ewan’s qualifications. In addition, he can also take the course himself. I would like to compare him to pilots like Brent Van Meyer or Harry Sweeney. With Jarrad, a lot of potential will be added to the team.
Before preparing for his first year with Lotto Soudal, the Drizners will close the current season in France on the Circuit des Ardennes, from October 7 to 10.
The longest level of Alpecin-Fenix
Flores de Terre has extended its expired contract with Alpecin-Fenix by one year. Our 29-year-old compatriot has been running for the Rodhoft brothers’ team since 2020, and will certainly continue to do so until the end of 2022. At the time, De Tier was from Jumbo-Visma. A class is essentially a runner who can evolve into a major service role. Last month he completed his third career at La Vuelta.
Kenny de Keitel last drove in Kuipke alongside Robbe Ghys
Kenny De Keitel and Rob Gees will defend their 2019 title together from November 16-21 at the Six Days of Ghent. For de Ketely, it will be his last six days in Quebec. At the end of this year, the 36-year-old Eastern Fleming will hang his bike on the hook.
De Ketele was the best four times at Six Days of Ghent. In 2011 with the German Robert Bartko, Jasper de Boist was his teammate in 2014, in 2017, Moreno de Pauw formed and two years ago a winning duo with Robbie Guez. With these four victories, De Ketele shares sixth place in the eternal standings with Rik Van Steenbergen, Peter Post and Eddy Merckx. In addition, De Ketele has also placed second on five occasions and third on two occasions at the Six Days in Ghent.
It was announced on Tuesday that De Ketele will end his cycling career six days after Rotterdam (December 7-12). East Fleming completed 17 seasons as a professional cyclist. In 2012 he and Gijs Van Hoecke crowned themselves world champion in team races and five years later became vice-world champion in points race. He also won four World Cup bronze medals and five European track titles. De Ketele is a 21-time winner for six days. In Rotterdam, De Ketele will compete in his last race alongside Dutchman Niki Terpstra.
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