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German champion Pascal Ackermann remains John Degenkolb and Alexander Kristoff in a bunch sprint

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Pascal Ackermann (BORA – hansgrohe) has Wednesday, the 57th edition of Eschborn-Frankfurt (Rund um den Henninger-Turm) won. After 187,5 kilometers, the German champion in a bunch sprint, his fellow countryman John Degenkolb and the Norwegian Alexander Kristoff. Baptiste Planckaert was fifth, Lawrence Naesen eighth.

On the roll of honour of the German WorldTour race is Ackermann’s successor Kristoff. Who won from 2014 to 2018 four times in a row (in 2015, the contest was due to the threat of terrorism cancelled). The 25-year-old Ackermann this season to three victories. Previously, he won the Clasica de Almeria (1.BC) and the Bredene, Koksijde Classic (1.BC).

Results:

1. Pascal Ackermann (Ger/BOH) to 187.5 km in 4u23:36 (avg. 42,68 km/h)

2. John Degenkolb (Ger/TFS) at 0:00

3. Alexander Kristoff (Nor/UAD) 0:00

4. Davide Cimolai (Ita/ICA) 0:00

5. Hugo Hofstetter (Fra/COF) 0:00

6. Baptiste Planckaert (Bel/PLA) 0:00

7. Davide Gabburo (Ita/NSK) 0:00

8. Lawrence Naesen (Call/LTS) 0:00

9. Marco Haller (Austria/TKA) 0:00

10. Grega Bole (Sln/TPM) 0:00

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