December 8, 2022

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LIVE: A large group led by Gaudu and De Gendt, and soon the heavy Col de Turini awaits |  Paris - Nice 2022

LIVE: A large group led by Gaudu and De Gendt, and soon the heavy Col de Turini awaits | Paris – Nice 2022

    1. Quentin BasherFR
    2. Ryan Mullenanger
    3. Fabio VillainITA
    4. David GodotFR
    5. Julian BernardFR
    6. Mads PedersenPine tree
    7. Michael MurkoffPine tree
    8. Ivan GarciaSpa
    9. Sis PaulM
    10. nico densGermany
    11. Thomas de GendtBEL
    12. Simon CarGBR
    13. Julius van den BergM
    14. Frank PonamoreFR
    15. Alexis JugaardFR
    16. Gregor MullbergerOOS
    17. Olivier Le JacquesFR
    18. Albert TorresSpa
    Leading group

    1. Quentin BasherFR
    2. Ryan Mullenanger
    3. Fabio FellinITA
    4. David GodotFR
    5. Julian BernardFR
    6. Mads PedersenPine tree
    7. Michael MurkoffPine tree
    8. Ivan GarciaSpa
    9. Sis PaulM
    10. nico densGermany
    11. Thomas de GendtBEL
    12. Simon CarGBR
    13. Julius van den BergM
    14. Frank PonamoreFR
    15. Alexis JugaardFR
    16. Gregor MullbergerOOS
    17. Olivier Le JacquesFR
    18. Albert TorresSpa

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In the cycle to the Sun, the (extremely weak) peloton has reached the penultimate stage. The program does not lie, because the Col de Turini will soon be waiting, a 15-kilometre long runner with a good 7 percent. What order will sing the loudest? Follow it closely here.

  1. 12 noon 41. Broadcast on One at 1:40 pm. Broadcasting on One will start in an hour. Renate Schott and Jose de Kauer guide you through the final as usual. Also on our website you will not have to miss a drawer thanks to our live broadcast. †
  2. 12.38 The peloton continues to maintain its strong pace, causing the leaders’ lead to dwindle again as the minute approaches. It seems that the leaders in the peloton do not want to miss this stage with victory. †
  3. Sénéchal also applies the brakes. The challenges just continue. Florian Sénéchal, the mighty bear of Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl, is now taking off, too. Perhaps with his classic ambitions in mind. † 12 hours 34.
  4. It’s 12 noon 30.
  5. Benny comes down. Duty number 10 today is a fact, because the organization reports that Biniam Girmay (Intermarché-WG) has resigned. The Eritrean Express had an excellent week, twice in the sixth, once and fourth. & nbsp; † 12 noon 27.
  6. Sprint. Immediately after Corsigull’s summit, a middle sprint followed, with Pedersen taking all three points. He got a little closer to Van Aert, but our compatriot – save for a stunt from the Dane or his teammate Roglic – is sure of the green. & nbsp; † 12 noon 23.
  7. 12 noon 22. Again the names of the eighteen leaders: Ryan Mullen (Bora-Hansgrohe), Fabio Villen (Astana), David Godot, Olivier Le Jacques and Quentin Patcher (Groupama-FDJ), Julian Bernard and Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo), Michael Murkoff (Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl), Evan Garcia Cortina, Gregor Mullberger and Albert Torres (Movistar), Sis Paul and Nico Denz (DSM), & nbsp; Thomas de Gendt (Loto Soudal), Simon Carr and Julius van den Berg (EF), Frank Bonamore and Alexis Jugerd (BP Hotels). †
  8. Côte de Coursegoules has been discontinued. The first climb of the day is behind us. Nico Denz snatched the five mountain points ahead, ahead of Pacher, Mullen and Jugerd. It now follows a long ramp towards Le Plan-du-Var, where the road will begin to descend again up to the foot of Turini. † 12 noon 17.
  9. 12 noon 14. Mollema before the start: “I’m looking forward to it.”

    Mollema was in a good mood before the start: ‘I’m looking forward to it’

  10. Exit from Fuillermoz. The signs were already ominous earlier, but now Alexis Foilermos had enough. The Frenchman, the ninth rider to leave the race today, surrenders. With Movistar, Lotto-Soudal and Ineos, there are only 3 teams roaming all here. battlefield. † at 12 noon 09.
  11. 12 o’clock . As Pacher returned to the set with De Gendt and his teammates, the lead increased again to two minutes. With Turini on the horizon, that’s not (yet) an issue for the peloton rating riders. & nbsp; †
  12. 11 p. 52.
  13. 11:00. 46. ​​Cooperation in advance is not entirely in accordance with the wishes of Groupama-FDJ. So Pacher opts for open waters on the sides of Coursegoules. Whether Chief Gaudu agrees, we’re not sure. †
  14. 11:00 41. Meanwhile, Alexis Vuillermoz is reported to be in trouble. TotalEnergies’ French spring started the season well, taking the top ten at Drôme and at Faun-Ardèche, but it’s been running around anonymously this week. & nbsp; †
  15. Côte de Corsegol (second cat). The lead group is gradually approaching the first ascent of the day, the Côte de Coursegoules, an 8-kilometre obstacle at about 5 percent. Warm up for what’s to come. At the top there are 5 bubble dots that must be collected. † 11 p. 38.
  16. 11 p. 35.
  17. 11 am 34. Roglic before the start: “We’re confident today.”

    Roglic before the start: “We are confident today”

  18. 11 a.m. 31. The peloton doesn’t feel like giving the big group a totally safe pass like this one. The lead continues to fluctuate for a minute and a half, and everything is still playable. †
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