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Oliver Naesen is winning not forgotten: ex-champion of Belgium wins GP Lucien Van Impe

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Oliver Naesen (AG2R-La Mondiale) last Thursday, the GP Lucien Van Impe, a kermiskoers in the East Flanders Erpe-Mere, won.

The former Belgian champion was in a sprint with two faster than the British rider Matthew Holmes. Niels De Rooze held in the sprint, even with two, for the third place, the Dutchman Maikel Zijlaar behind. Baptiste Planckaert usurped the fifth place.

Results:

1. Oliver Naesen (AG2R-La Mondiale) the 165 km in 3u45:25

2. Matthew Holmes (GBr)

3. Niels De Rooze at 0:11

4. Maikel Zijlaard (Ned); 5. Baptiste Planckaert 0:14; 6. Otto Vergaerde 0:15; 7. Jacob Scott (GBr); 8. Jonathan Mc Evoy (GBr); 9. Yves Coolen; 10. Jérôme Baugnies; 11. Wietse Bosmans; 12. Michael Stockman; 13. Abram Stockman; 14. Fabio Sinoy; 15. Ayco Bastiaens; 16. Marcus Culey (Aus); 17. Sergio Torres (Spa) 2:19; 18. Alexander Geuens; 19. Arne De Groote 6:03; 20. David Desmecht; 21. Jens Du Four 6:13; 22. Jelle Cant; 23. George Pub (GBr); 24. Olav Hjemsaeter (Noo); 25. Stef Van Impe; 26. Yorick Slagmulders; 27. Conn Mc Dunphy (Ipr); 28. Jens Vanoverberghe; 29. Lawrence Schotte; 30. Ward Tanner (VSt) .

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