February 6, 2023

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LIVE Tour de Romandie: 5 Refugees, will the Hermans and Teuns show themselves on a tough end?  † Romandy Tour 2022

LIVE Tour de Romandie: 5 Refugees, will the Hermans and Teuns show themselves on a tough end? † Romandy Tour 2022

    1. Julius JohansenPine tree
    2. Tim NabermanM
    3. Antoine DebonesSWI
    4. Thomas ChampionFR
    5. Valerie ThibaudSWI
    Leading group

    1. Julius JohansenPine tree
    2. Tim NabermanM
    3. Antoine DebonesSWI
    4. Thomas ChampionFR
    5. Valerie ThibaudSWI


Ethan Hayter won the lead in the Tour de Romandie yesterday, the first stage in the line has an undulating track in the shop. The serrated knife between La Grande Beroche and Romont will doom the riders, and those who still have enough fuel in the tank can set themselves apart with a tough finish.

  1. Swiss vs Champion. Our Swiss friends have their sights set on the mountain jersey, but Thomas Champion also wants to extend his day with the coronation ceremony. After a new sprint they put Julius Johanssen and Tim Naperman in ten seconds. & nbsp; † 4 m 07.
  2. 4 p.m. The race jury isn’t generous with mountain jackpots, but this track isn’t slow. Once again, the five leaders have to stomp hard to reach the top of the turns. & nbsp; †
  3. 15 hours 59. Another 63 kilometers and the story of the race will not change. The spread has held steady for some time: 2’59”.
  4. No pressure at Geraint Thomas. Towards the Massonnens, the only official ramp on this track, Geraint Thomas orders a new front wheel. The Welsh man is in no hurry. Up front, his teammates are still on their own. & nbsp; † 3 AD 51.
  5. 15 hours 47. We can’t really spot a cloud on the road to Romont. You would normally associate the Tour de Romandie with raincoats, but that is not the case now. & nbsp; †
  6. At 15:45 tomorrow the organization will serve the riders the easiest stage on paper. It should be an opportunity for runners, although pure fast legs are rare in this package. Fernando Gaviria is the bigger name, but the Colombian is making a comeback after injury at the age of 27. †
  7. 15:40 Michael Woods, Felix Groschartner and Geirant Thomas competed for trophies in this finale in 2019. They are in that platoon today. Remco Evenepoel also blasphemes in that edition. He reached the finish line at 5’27” from day winner David Gaudu.
  8. 3 pm 36. Damiano Caruso (the Bahrain victor) gets a new bike. Number 2 in last year’s Giro forms an attractive trio with Dylan Tunis and Gino Mader for this final with the challenging final kilometer. Teuns analyzed at the beginning: “The first part is hard, closer to the end is a little flattened.” “Timing will be crucial.” †
  9. 3 p.m. 34. I wasn’t here in 2019 when David Gaudo won. I’ll find out in the first two clips if that’s a thing for me. † Rudy Mullard (Groupama-FDJ).
  10. 15:32 Men’s Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl 5 put into the top 20 yesterday, Ethan Vernon scored seventh, but for the British neopro this finish is a bit tricky. Mauro Schmid, Mikel Honoré and Mattia Cattaneo, we give more chances to freeze their good position. & nbsp; †
  11. The peloton is heading towards the moment of truth. 3 pm 27.
  12. 15h 21. Israel-Premier Tech must earn points for ranking the WorldTour. With Michael Woods (raised in the Ardennes), Jacob Vogelsang and Patrick Bevin (the eventual winner of Turkey) they have some spearheads. & nbsp; †
  13. 3 p.m. 13. The lead group enters the long domestic episode. They still keep the 2’46” on the package.
  14. 3 pm 05. My favourite? Take a look at Ethan Hayter. † Mark Hershey (United Arab Emirates).
  15. 3 PM 02. The captain comes to inspect the situation with his team captain. Ethan Hayter is still the same choirboy, but here he is surrounded by Geraint Thomas, last year’s overall winner. Thomas was IV yesterday. In addition to Hayter, Luke Plapp and Magnus Sheffield are also on board. Thus, the winner of Brabantse Pijl did not rest much. & nbsp; †
  16. 2 noon 58. The state of things after two hours in the saddle. 5 passengers walked away almost immediately. Denmark’s Julius Johansen has been enjoying the virtual captain’s jersey for a while. Ineos Grenadiers work in the peloton. & nbsp; The first clip will follow at the end soon. Riders have to tackle the local loop twice so they have more than enough time to check the finish. & nbsp; †
  17. 14 hours 52.
  18. 14h 51. We haven’t seen a complete rebirth of Mark Hershey in the climbing classics, but the Swiss are one of the favorites at this end. He was born in Bern, a stone’s throw from today’s road. Hershey’s manager, Fabian Cancellara, revealed his plans for a new cycling team yesterday. †
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