April 17, 2024

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short rate.  Will Van Aert get a new superhero maid with Van Barel?  † Paris-Roubaix

short rate. Will Van Aert get a new superhero maid with Van Barel? † Paris-Roubaix

Will Van Aert get a new superhero maid with Van Barel?

AD writes that Dylan van Barley is on his way to Jumbo Visma. The 29-year-old Dutch rider’s contract with INEOS expires at the end of this year. In addition to Jumbo-Visma, there are more major teams chasing his signature.

Van Baarle has an offer allowing him to extend his contract, but he also has other options, including United Arab Emirates’ Tadej Pogacar. But Van Baarle is in the most advanced negotiation with Team Jumbo-Visma. This team has been interested in Van Barel for years. To reinforce the classic basic about Wout van Aert, but also as a rider who can handle stage races.

Van Baarle is known for his daring way of racing and in recent years has made it a tradition to pick attacking in the Tour of Flanders. Thus it has taken many honors, with second place in an edition a few weeks ago as the highlight.

In this way, Van Barley also finished second in the world championships in Leuven last year and won with it the semi-classic Pap-Flanden rotors. But he also finished multiple times in the general classification in the smaller stage races and pulled tens of kilometers to the top of the group serving others on big laps. He is one of the most all-round riders in the peloton – and it’s not for nothing that many of the top teams are looking for his signature.

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19-year-old Miholjevic scores twice in Sicily

Fran Miholjevic (Friuli ASD Cycling Team) won the third stage of the Tour of Sicily (cat. 2.1). The 19-year-old Croatian took a solo win. The race for second place came in the name of Canadian Pierre-Andre Coty, who beat Italian Filippo Fiorelli. Mihojlevic is also the new leader after his first professional win. He is 18 seconds ahead of Italian Damiano Caruso and 22 seconds ahead of his compatriot Vincenzo Nibali.

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The Belgian Pogacar mediator with the precision of the talent of Sente Sentjens

Italian jockey Alex Carrera dealt a heavy blow. 16-year-old Sente Sentjens from Neerpelt has been in his portfolio since the Flanders Tour. The junior won the first year of the Acrog-Tormans in Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne this year and is considered a talent. He is the son of Roy Sentins, who equaled Tom Boonen in the youth categories and built a career at Rabobank, Lotto and Milram with wins at Druvenkers and Corny-Brussels-Corn.

Sentjens junior ends up in good company in Carera, because Tadej Pogacar, Biniam Girmay and Vincenzo Nibali also belong to the same department. “Centi is the first Belgian rider I have been working with. At the moment school comes first and in 2023 he will still be active as a rookie, but next winter I would like to let Sinti get a taste of internships with professional teams. In the past, I also helped Cunego, Nibali and Pogacar as a rookie. in finding the perfect professional team,” says Carrera.



Van der Poel on the cover of Tour de France 2022

Mathieu van der Poel is the new cover star of the “Tour de France” game series. The Dutchman from Alpecin-Fenix ​​will decorate the cover of the game, which will be on shelves from June. He succeeds Wout van Aert, who was the face of the 2021 edition. In the past, Peter Sagan (2019) and Julian Alaphilippe (2020) have also appeared on the cover of the game.

Sepulveda doubles in Turkey tour

Eduardo Sepulveda won the fourth stage of the Tour of Turkey. The 30-year-old Argentine took a solo win on the latest climb. Patrick Bevin won the race for second place, ahead of Harm Vanhoek. Sepulveda immediately takes over the leader shirt from Jasper Philipsen. In the ranking, he has a bonus of 14 seconds ahead of Bevin. Jay Fine is third in 25sec, Harm Vanhoek fourth in 37sec. Henri Vandenabeele is tenth at 1:12.

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Caruso wins in Sicily

Damiano Caruso won the second stage of the Tour of Sicily. The Italian on the ground 152 kilometers from Palma di Monciaro to Caltanissetta in a group of five Vincenzo Nibali in the sprint. Domenico Pozofevo took third place. For Carso, this is his first win of the season. Last year he won a stage in the Vuelta and Giro as he finished second in the final standings.

Caruso represents the Italian national team.

Caruso represents the Italian national team. © Photo News

Van Dijk attacks the world record for women’s watch

Dutch Eileen van Dijk (35) attacked the women’s world time record on May 23. This record is currently held by Jocelyn Lowden. The British covered 48,405 kilometers in one hour in September last year. Van Dijk, a two-time world trial champion and active with Trek-Segafredo, makes her attempt at Grenchen Cycling in Switzerland.

In the men’s race, Victor Campinaarts (55.089 km) still holds the record.

Elaine Van Dyck.

Elaine Van Dyck. © Environmental Protection Agency

Marcus Burghart ends his career

Marcus Burghart has finally ended his cycling career eight months after his heavy fall at the Tour of Poland. The 38-year-old German no longer found a team in 2022. His biggest career victories were Gent-Weilgem (2007) and a stage at the Tour de France (2008). In 2017, he became the road champion in Germany.

Burghardt was a professional cyclist for seventeen seasons. He rode fifteen Grand Tours, 11 of which were in the Tour de France. He spent most of his career working for leaders such as Peter Sagan, Cadel Evans or Mark Cavendish. He defended the colors of T-Mobile (2004-2007), Team High Road and his successor Columbia HTC (2008-2009), BMC (2010-2016) and BORA-hansgrohe (2017-2021) respectively.

In August last year, he sustained multiple wrist fractures and broken his arm after falling on the first stage of the Tour of Poland.

Marcus Burghardt (left).

Marcus Burghardt (left). © Photo News

Now achieve Philipsen brand in Turkey

The third time is a charm. After two places, Jasper Philipsen won his stage in the Tour of Turkey. Our 24-year-old native from Alpecin-Fenix ​​beat Kaden Groves – yesterday’s winner – and Miguel Fernandez in the sprint. Philipsen is also the new leader.

It’s nice to finally win,” Phillipson said after the ride. “Today we were able to put together a good guide of our own. This is a team victory. Maybe I missed some freshness in the legs in the first two stages after the tough classics. It’s good for the confidence that I can finish today. Or am I thinking of the points jersey? My biggest goal was to win a stage. The shirt would just be an added bonus.”

The Turkey Tour consists of eight stages and ends in Istanbul on Sunday.

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