July 21, 2024

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National champions: Groenewegen sprints in the Dutch shirt, Bitiol is alone in Italy, Arneburu comforts Lazcano

National champions: Groenewegen sprints in the Dutch shirt, Bitiol is alone in Italy, Arneburu comforts Lazcano

There were also several national cycling championships this weekend. Here you will find an overview of the winners.

2024 National Cycling Championships (M)
nation winner a team
Belgium Arnaud de Lee Lotto-destiny
Canada Michael Woods Israel-Premier Tech
Denmark Rasmus Pedersen Decathlon-AG2R
Germany Marco Brenner Tudor
France Paul Lapira Decathlon-AG2R
Britain Ethan Hayter Enos Grenadiers
Ireland Darren Rafferty EF Easy Post
Italy Alberto Bitiol EF Easy Post
Japan Marino Kobayashi Powertag matrix
Kazakhstan Dmitry Gruzdev Astana
Luxembourg Enjoy Kevin Groupama-FDJ
Holland Dylan Groenewegen Jayco-AIuIa
Norway Marcus Holgard Uno-X
Ukraine Sergey Sidor Ukrainian bicycles
Austria Alexander Hajek Bora Hansgrohe
Poland Philip Maciejok Bora Hansgrohe
Portugal Roy Costa EF Easy Post
Romania Christian Railiano Li Ning Star
Slovakia Lukas Kubis Elcove Casper
Slovenia Domain Novak The United Arab Emirates
Spain Alex Arnborough Movistar
Czech Republic Thomas Bridal Elcove Casper
turkey Dojukan Arikan Sport Toto
Sweden Jacob Erickson Tudor
Switzerland Mauro Schmid Jayco-AIuIa

Netherlands: Groenewegen is the fastest in the country

Just like in our country, the Dutch championship – without Mathieu van der Poel – turned out to be a sprint.

For the second time (after 2016), Dylan Groenewegen was fastest in the country. In Arnhem he beat Olaf Koeg and Ramon Sinkeldam easily.

From next week, Groenewegen will also attempt to score in the Tour de France in his Dutch jersey.

Dylan Groenewegen greets an audience in the Netherlands.

Italy: Bitul solos for the national title

Alberto Pettiol, winner of the previous round, won in Italy. The EF-EasyPost rider crossed the line alone and threw his bike into the air.

Betiol began his triumphant procession 9 km from the finish. Lorenzo Rota and Edoardo won the battle for the podium places, with time trial champion Filippo Ganna finishing fourth.

Bettiol will also be at the start of the tour next week.

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France: Lapira surprises the big names

In France, Paul Lapira crowned his beautiful spring with the national title.

The 24-year-old Decathlon-AG2R rider pulled away from a group that included favorites like Julian Alaphilippe (who finished 12th).

Lapira beat fellow escapee Julien Bernard to the finish, with Thomas Gatchegnard finishing third.

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Spain: Arranburu takes charge of Lazcano

Alex Aranburu replaces teammate Oier Lazkano as champion of Spain. After 200 kilometers he crossed the line alone.

Lazcano cornered Aranboro on the podium, with championship rider Jesus Herrada taking third.

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