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Others Others. Meurisse's victory on Wednesday was the fifth of his professional career. A robust all-rounder, the Kortrijk native's last successes were a stage and the overall at last season's Vuelta a Murcia, and he had spent much of this campaign in the service of men like Van der Poel and Merlier, but he raced with assurance in the breathless final kilometres in Padova.

The front of the race splintered on the final ascent of Il Roccolo, and Alpecin-Fenix were represented in numbers in the front, including the aggressive Ben Tulett, riding his final race before his transfer to Ineos Grenadiers.

Meurisse was wise to the danger when Matteo Trentin attacked with 5km to go, bridging across with Jhonatan Restrepo Androni Giocattoli. The chasers were almost upon the three leaders by the time they reached the finish on the vast square of Prato della Valle.

Meurisse held his nerve, however, and then delivered a well-timed sprint to beat Trentin to the line, while Alberto Dainese Italy sprinted to third place from the peloton. In the last kilometre, I didn't look behind me anymore, and in the sprint, too, I just looked ahead at the finish line.

In the end, the bunch finished right behind us. It was very close, but it was just enough. Join now for unlimited access. After your trial you will be billed £4. Barry Ryan is Head of Features at Cyclingnews. His writing has appeared in The Independent, Procycling and Cycling Plus.

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Find out who the participants and all the teams of the edition of the Giro d'Italia are and get ready to support the cyclists in the pink race 3 time trials and 6 mountain stages will determine the winner of Giro d'Italia A route check of the tour of Italy The Giro d'Italia was the th edition of the Giro d'Italia, a three-week Grand Tour cycling stage race. The race started on 6 May in Budapest

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Giro del Fénix - Dries de Bondt wins the 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia after a thrilling final sprint against other four riders. The Belgian cyclist of the Find out who the participants and all the teams of the edition of the Giro d'Italia are and get ready to support the cyclists in the pink race 3 time trials and 6 mountain stages will determine the winner of Giro d'Italia A route check of the tour of Italy The Giro d'Italia was the th edition of the Giro d'Italia, a three-week Grand Tour cycling stage race. The race started on 6 May in Budapest

Stage 9 — Isernia — Blockhaus km — there was much hype over the Blockhaus stage, and with just cause. The climb was arduous and seemingly endless, and with a summit finish approaching followed by a rest day, it was time for the GC battle to kick off in earnest, with a gradually thinning group of favourites giving us our first glimpse into the heart of the GC battle — who would stand up to the test, and who would fall by the wayside?

Stage 14 — Santena — Turin km — how did I love stage 14? Let me count the ways. The shortest stage of the race featured circuits of Turin with vicious climbs, the GC contenders with no choice but to get involved, riders all over the road, pure chaos and balls-out attacking.

Every grand tour should have a stage like this. I bloody loved it. I waxed lyrical in an earlier piece about a stage win I enjoyed, for many reasons my partisan feelings for Jumbo Visma the primary driver behind the piece.

With hindsight however, there are a few stage victories that stood out because of their meaning, to the individual, the team, or the sport as a whole. These were my picks:. Thomas De Gendt Lotto Soudal — Stage 8 — a full decade after his first Giro stage win atop the Stelvio, the iconoclastic Belgian did what he does best, but in quite uncharacteristic style, as the criterium-style race around Naples became the perfect launching pad for a breakaway attack.

He was able to stay away from his break mates as well as the pursuring spectre of van der Poel and Girmay to seal the deal, at the age of His victory had a sense of inevitability about it.

He came close many times: beaten to the line by MVDP on stage 1, he proceeded to be out of position in several bunch sprint finishes but he was not daunted and kept at it, undaunted. It finally happened on stage 10, a stage perfectly designed for his capabilities, with a short climb leading to a reduced bunch sprint finish, where he was able to turn the tables on van der Poel and take a sweet victory for himself, his team and the die-hard Eritrean fans celebrating at home.

And everyone liked this. Giulio Ciccone Trek-Segafredo — Stage 15 — times were tough for Ciccone in Riding as a GC rider for Trek at both the Giro and the Vuelta, he was caught up in crashes and unable to complete either race, let alone show himself at his best.

Without the pressure of GC Ciccone seems to ride with more freedom and panache, and the victory kicked off a gripping battle with Koen Bouwman for the king of the mountains jersey which saw him animating the following stages too. He worked tirelessly to try and close the gap to Ciccone and proved that second place is sometimes the worst place to finish.

His disappointment spurred him on to once again go on up the road in stage 17, but his day was almost over when he misjudged a turn and he came off his bike early in the day.

His anger at the mistake was the final push he needed to ride away and take a fantastic first grand tour stage win, at the age of just The four-man group, also featuring Edoardo Affini TJV , Magnus Cort EF Education-EasyPost , and Davide Gabburo Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè worked brilliantly as a team to put the win beyond a doubt, and de Bondt was able to seal the deal.

His joy following the stage was a true delight. What did MVDP NOT do at the Giro? He was the first man to wear the maglia rosa. He animated almost every stage at some point or other, from punchy finishes to sprint stages, the second stage time trial where he almost won despite having only completed a handful in his career, to full-on mountain stages, where he defied those who doubted him by heading off in breakaways, getting some training in and even making it over a category one climb and halfway up another one at the front of the race, on stage He rode in his usual inimitable style, ripping up the rulebook and providing great entertainment both for fans on the ground and for us watching from a distance via social media.

There were the daily gruppetto wheelies, as he rode up climbs on one wheel, with one hand, high-fiving the crowd. He even wheelied into the stadium on a TT bike on the final stage, like the king he is.

And of course, finally winning the Most Combative Rider prize. What a guy. Kämna stated his intent from day 1. He was the second man to attack up the final climb at Visegrád, after Lawrence Naesen, and his attack looked as though it might stick for a while.

He sat in the hot-seat after a brilliant time trial on stage 2, coming in 8 th on the stage eventually. He won stage 4 up Mount Etna, wore the King of the Mountains jersey for three days and combativity numbers on more than one occasion.

Part of a breakaway group of attackers, Kämna dropped back and when Hindley launched his attack on the Marmolada, Kämna was there to offer him a helping hand, playing the role of both bridge and slingshot, as he supported Hindley at the crucial moment, and allowed him to dig in and extend his lead even further.

Jai Hindley Bora-Hansgrohe — The Australian won the Giro, so it seems unfair not to include him. He asserted his dominance in the mountains, beginning with a win on Blockhaus that struck the first psychological blow to his rivals.

He was comfortably part of the main group of contenders on the crazy stage around Turin, and never allowed Carapaz, Landa and the others out of his sight as the race drew on.

He calmly executed a decent time trial on the final day to put his victory to bed and was able to celebrate becoming the first Australian winner of the Giro, and only the second winner of a Grand Tour ever from the nation.

We all went on a journey as he grew into wearing one of the most revered jerseys in the sport; who could forget his shy suggestion that the peloton might stop so he could take a comfort break?

And his vast range of emotions, from tears, to anger, to joy reflected the emotional rollercoaster we all enter into every year when we follow a grand tour. More of this, please! Hugh Carthy EF Education-EasyPost — the lanky Lancastrian quite literally rode himself into the Giro.

Carthy is made for week 3 of the Giro, and he set about inserting himself into every breakaway going in an effort to try and add to his palmares. And in a surprising addition, his heart-rate became a constant source of interest especially when it was -1 — see Whoop data, at the end of the post.

Gijs Leemreize Team Jumbo Visma — another young Dutchman benefitting from the lack of GC action from his team leaders, Leemreize was frequently a part of breakaway action and almost made it count on stage 18, when he went all the way to the line on the stage won by Dries de Bondt.

He dropped Mathieu van der Poel on a climb on stage 17, and once again came close to a win. Another one to add to the watch list. Davide Formolo UAE Team Emirates — how can you not love Davide Formolo?

Lining up daily at the head of the peloton, shooting the breeze with race director Stefano Allocchio, working for his team mates, for the peloton and sometimes just because he loves to work.

Wilco Kelderman BORA-Hansgrohe — the perennial nearly-man suffered a crash on stage 9 of the race which he blamed on his disc brakes. Thymen Arensman Team DSM — the young Dutchman put in a strong effort following the departure of his team leader Romain Bardet, securing 4th place in the young rider competition and proving why he has been snapped up by Ineos.

FENIX has developed a high-quality, flexible wall covering called X-KIN, meeting the features and the Italian design that characterizes the innovative materials for interior design. This one-time change is only applicable to the Giro.

For the other races in the same period and for the rest of the season, Alpecin-Fenix will line up in its traditional, blue team kit. This special edition jersey will only be worn at the Giro.

Month: May This is not a dream Dries, this is real. Great Job! Back-to-back stage victories for Alpecin-FENIX at the 4 Jours de Dunkerque Alpecin-FENIX closed six intense days of racing at 4 Jours de Dunkerque, in northern France, with two stage wins from Lionel Taminiaux and Gianni Vermeersch.

Samuel Gaze wins the short track in the UCI Mountain Bike Word Cup New Zealander cyclist Samuel Gaze made a great return to the top level of the mountain bike discipline after a knee surgery.

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A Giro del Fénix all-rounder, the Kortrijk native's last Jackpotmania: acumula premios were a stage and the overall Giroo last season's Vuelta a Murcia, éFnix Giro del Fénix had spent Gir of this campaign in the service of men vel Van der Poel and Slots Tradicionales en Línea, but he raced with assurance in the breathless final kilometres in Padova. Callum Scotson AUS. He dropped to second place, which he solidified in the final day time trial. It was a thing of beauty, they played a blinder, a GC won and lost in the space of just a couple of minutes, etc. More news. New Zealander cyclist Samuel Gaze made a great return to the top level of the mountain bike discipline after a knee surgery.

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