July 2, 2022

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Yves Lambert turns the experience of time into his will on the Baloos Tour Belgium |  Baloise Tour Belgium 2022

Yves Lambert turns the experience of time into his will on the Baloos Tour Belgium | Baloise Tour Belgium 2022

Baloise Belgium Tour: Stage 3

Single time trial Single time trialdistance: after 11.8 how much
your location 2.17 pm: Scherpenhof – 4.59 pm: Scherpenhofel

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At Scherpenheuvel, Yves Lambert (Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl) crowned himself the winner of a short-term trial at Baloise Belgium. Dane Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) finished second and retained the captain’s jersey.

Yves Lambert dominates the city of Scherbenhovel

In a short run in and around Scherpenheuvel, it seemed like a stage to be fought among the ratings guys.

However, it seemed for a while that no one could beat young Dutchman Dan Hall’s best timing. The Trek-Segafredo rider quickly set a target time that nearly all of the riders would shout out.

So almost all riders. Only Yves Lambert and Mads Pedersen manage to dive under Holly’s time. Lambert did it in a grueling time trial and crossed the finish line 10 seconds faster. Ranking leader Mads Pedersen came into the middle one second behind Lambert and secured a nerve-racking finish.

In the end, the Dane had to get to know his boss in Lambert. He finished in six seconds and finished second. It remains the leader in the overall rating. Daan Hoole finished nicely in third place.

Yves Lambert: “This victory gives a boost to the Tour”

“Mads Pedersen is fully prepared for the Tour, so he was a strong opponent today. It’s great to be able to beat him today. I can wear my Belgian champion shirt again today.”

“What if I’m really sure about going to the Tour? Not that, but I think this victory can give me a boost. I’d be happy anyway to be there. He could come out on top in Copenhagen.”

“Tomorrow is going to be a very difficult journey. As a team, we shouldn’t overdo it. Maybe something is possible with Schmid and Senchal, but Mads Pedersen definitely looks like he’s doing well. It’s obviously going to be anything else.”

“Is Corona being discussed again in the peloton? Surely everyone wants to be healthy initially in Denmark. We will have to apply measures further. Unfortunately in the heart you have to distance yourself from the masses.”

Mads Pedersen: “Losing Eve is not a shame”

“I’m satisfied with this result. I knew there were fast guys today. Losing Eve is not a shame.”

“I’ve been practicing a lot of time to try out lately and pay close attention to my stance on the bike. So today was a perfect workout with the aim of the Tour”

“Tomorrow is going to be a very difficult stage, especially because of the heat. I usually suffer from that. Tomorrow it could mean the end of my leading position. At the moment, I am very happy. I already have 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.”

  1. 17 hours. Yves Lambert held his position, while Pedersen ran in 6sec.

    Hold on Yves Lambert, Pedersen stranded for 6 seconds

  2. 4 pm. 58. Lambert Makes It! Dane eventually ended up 6sec behind Lambert. The Belgian was unbeatable today. 13’39” is winning time.
  3. 4 p.m. 57. Lambert biting his nails. A little less than a kilometer before the Dane! †
  4. 16 hours 57. Philipsen has been stranded for over 14 minutes. Only Pedersen is not finished yet. †
  5. 4 pm 54. Tim Wells will have to do this tomorrow in the derby. On trial time, he entered at 13’58”, losing nearly 20 seconds to Lampaert.
  6. 4 p.m. 53. Yves Lambert looks suspicious. Can he really feel the mood? †
  7. 16 hours 52. Pedersen is 1 second slower than Lambert. Mads Pedersen is very close to Lambert! We have a duel to win today. & nbsp; †
  8. 16h 52. Belgian time champion Yves Lambert set the fastest time.

    Belgian time trial champion Yves Lambert set the fastest time

  9. 4 pm 51. Lambert broke into at least second place in the standings. Rinat Shot.
  10. 4 pm 51. Not the absolute highest time for Schmid. Comes in the 14th minute. The ninth place so far. †
  11. 16 hours 49. Tim Wellens split time is 8’04”. Which is 18 seconds slower than Lampaert. & nbsp;
  12. New Peak Lambert: 13’39. What a great time Yves Lambert! He crosses the line ten seconds faster than Dan Hall. Lambert is allowed to sit in the heated seat. Anyone do better? † 4:00 45.
  13. It’s 4 pm. 44. Everyone has left. Mads Pedersen also left. What can the leader in the ranking do? †
  14. 16 hours 43. Quinten Hermans is 26 seconds slower than Lambert at the midpoint. It should limit the damage today. †
  15. 4 pm, 43. Jasper Philipsen starts with the red points jersey. Only Mads Pedersen was not on his way yet. †
  16. 7’46” for Lampaert. Great intermediate time by Lampaert! The Belgian Trial Champion is 7sec(!) faster than Daan Hoole. Looks like a new time is in the making. 16hrs 40.
  17. 4 pm 38. We make it to the top with Mauro Schmid 5. They are followed by Van Poppel, Willens, Philipsen and Pedersen. †
  18. 4pm, 33. Oscar Recibec rides Part Two faster than Hoole, but finishes two seconds behind his compatriot. & nbsp; †
  19. 4 p.m. 31. Yves Lambert. The ratings guys now start their time trial. Belgian demo champion Yves Lambert has just left. & nbsp; & nbsp; †
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