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Live broadcast: Eurométropole attracts Hainaut's big names, who can win?  |  Eurometropole Tour 2021

Live broadcast: Eurométropole attracts Hainaut’s big names, who can win? | Eurometropole Tour 2021

    1. Kobe Goossens (cute – good)
    2. Sergey Chernitsky (Russians)
    3. Julian Mertens (cute – good)
    4. Robin Carpenter (against)
    5. Kiel Reijnen (against)
    6. Andrea Pasqualon (ITA)
    Leading group

    1. Kobe Goossens (cute – good)
    2. Sergey Chernitsky (Russians)
    3. Julian Mertens (cute – good)
    4. Robin Carpenter (against)
    5. Kiel Reijnen (against)
    6. Andrea Pasqualon (ITA)

    peloton

For many riders, the Eurométropole is the last prep race for Paris-Roubaix. In the recent past, Mads Pedersen, Dylan Groenwegen and Arnaud Demare, among others, have all won the race with a finish in Tournai. Follow here who will be added to the honor roll this year.

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  1. 1 pm 49. Jakobsen vs. Viviani? Deceuninck-Quick Step got help from Cofidis in the pursuit. They have the defending champion with Allegert, but they are likely to target Elijah Viviani today. He has won both Fourmies and Isbergues in recent weeks. .
  2. 13h 44. The difference keeps increasing, to nearly 2’30”. He should basically come from Deceuninck-Quick Step to work later. They probably have the fastest man with Fabio Jacobsen on paper.
  3. Time difference. Gradually the leadership of the seven refugees increases. It is now almost a minute, which means that the supporting vehicles are gradually allowed to make their way forward. . 13 hours 35.
  4. 1 pm 29. Previous winners. The last 3 Eurométropole Tour winners were initially with Piet Allegaert, Mads Pedersen and Daniel McLay. Starter Jens Debusschere also won this race, but then it was still a stage race. .
  5. 13 hours 23. Pasqualon joins. Andrea Pasqualon succeeded in closing the gap. The seven must fight for their lead, which is barely 15 seconds. In the package, Trek tries to apply the handbrake. .
  6. Selig’s fall. Rudiger Selig, of Bora Hansgrohe, falls hard. Lie on the sidewalk for a while, then quickly get up. It seems that the German language course is already over. . 13 h 20.
  7. 1 pm 16. Who is in the lead? Kobe Goossens (Loto Soudal) Kyle Regnen (Trek Segafredo) Robin Carpenter (Rally Cycling) Sergey Chernitsky (Gazprom) Julian Mertens (Sport Vallandrin) Thomas Bonnet (Total Energy).
  8. 13h 15. 6 Harbin. 6 riders can make a small gap. With Trek and Lotto, two large blocks are represented. Does anyone in the package actually want to get it back? .
  9. It is 13:30 in the bright sun, there are many failures in the first kilometers, but no one gets away from it at the moment. .
  10. 13 hours 04 the match started
  11. 11 am 44. Who will succeed Piet Allegaert? In 2019, the latest edition, Piet Allegaert was the surprise Eurométropole Tour winner, which means the Belgian from Cofidis can start this afternoon with the No. 1 jersey. The competition this year is tough. A selection of the favorites to win: Jacobsen, Walgren, Kwiatkowski, Gilbert, Theon, Mads Pedersen, Christoph, Schachmann, Meos, Bohane and Holgaard. .
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