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Jasper Philipsen makes his Dutch rivals smell like shit again |  Cycling

Jasper Philipsen makes his Dutch rivals smell like shit again | Cycling

Jasper Philipsen (Alpesen Desoninck) set his counter for the season at 13. Philipsen beat Olaf Quigg and Dylan Groenewegen at Gooikse Pijl this afternoon. Our northern neighbors achieved victory in Italy, but there was Italian success in France.

Gooikse Pijl: Fruitful days for Jasper Philipsen

After his lovely summer, Jasper Philipsen isn’t thinking about heading out into the wilderness yet. The sprint king of Alpecin-Deceuninck has set his sights on the title of King Conqueror.

That crown currently resides on the marble of friend Tadej Pogacar (16), but Philipsen is getting closer.

On Friday he already won the Flanders Championship in Kohlskamp, ​​and today he performed a repeat number in Gooikse Pijl (1.1). This is his 13th win this season.

Once again, Philipsen left the Dutch empty-handed. Olaf Kooeg and Dylan Groenewegen had to bow their heads.

Gerben Theissen came in fourth place and Fabio Jacobsen in sixth place.

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GP Isbergues: Not ahead of Mads Pedersen

And in GP Isbergues (1.1) the difference was not visible to the naked eye. Matteo Muschietti (Q36.5) beat former teammate Mads Pedersen by tire thickness.

Arnaud Demare came in third place in the French sprint race, and Arne Maret came in sixth place.

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Trofeo Matteotti: Sourd Bucks does it again in Italy

The UAE achieves a new victory in the crowded Italian autumn bloc. The winner was a bit of a surprise: Sword Bucks won his first race for his wealthy employer.

Last year, Pax appeared on the UAE’s radar after winning the prestigious Agostini Trophy.

This year too, he will get his share of Italian territory. At Trofeo Matteotti (1.1) he beat Simone Velasco and Lorenzo Rota.

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