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Edvald Boasson Hagen beat that I had, and Wout van Aert, and addresses the first stage in the Dauphine also provides a

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Edvald Boasson Hagen is the first stage of the Dauphine was won. The South vloerde I had, and Wout van Aert in the final sprint after a tough heuvelrit. Hagen was also the first director. The race was coloured by a variety of Belgians: Oliver Naesen, and Julien Vermote were involved in the appearance of the building, Naesen continued to be afterward, together with Bjorg Lambert and Magnus Cort to close before the end of the handle to the end of it.

YOU CAN ALSO READ.RESPONSE. I had, and Wout van Aert were satisfied with minor placings in the Dauphine and Oliver Naesen frustrated, Did not even have time to drink.

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In the first stage of the Dauphine was less than 142 miles, but with just four slopes and it was a tough heuvelrit. Oliver Naesen (AG2R-La Mondiale) and said in advance that he will be in the first couple of days to enjoy it in a way, wanted to go with the former Belgian champion kept his word. Naesen joined by fellow countryman Julien Vermote (Team of Dimension Data in the type of attack. They were in the company of four other people: Niklas Eg (Make – Segafredo), Fabien Doubey (Wanty – Gobert Cycling Team), Magnus Cort (Astana Pro Team), and Casper Pedersen (Team Sunweb).

Vermote, as the first to be unloaded

They had survived the first climb of the day, there is the Puy Mary (1st grade), with the ease of use. Subsequently, it would be a slope of a fourth, a third and two from the second category to follow. Really, a lot of a period of grace were given to the six leaders, they never are. With still 50 kilometers to go, the gap was barely two minutes long. For Vermote went on, however, it is too soon, and with 44 km to go, had to get the Kortrijkzaan solve the problem.

The break seemed doomed but Oliver Naesen was not just made to submit and to act as the engine of the group. Also in the pack was not in the end of October in the hills of the course were becoming more and more of the riders out the window. The last climb of the day is on the horizon, the owner of the Roquenatou, drove to the blue rail by Deceuninck to Go the pace even further in the height.

The Jump from young Lambert

All the way in the front continued to be strong, Oliver Naesen in the meantime, put up a good resistance. Only Magnus Cort was able to accost. Eg, Pedersen and Doubey, were one by one swallowed up by the impending end of it. The Roquenatou, all eyes focused on the rope, Julian Alaphilippe, but that didn’t happen. Instead, it was the attack of a young Belgian: Bjorg Lambert.

The 22-year-old Lambert, originally from the Eastern part of Flanders, Knesselare, was at the same time Naesen and a Cort date. Together to sum up the long slope in the direction of Jussac on this, but the pack was a trio on the trail: ten miles from the finish, the difference is barely a half a minute.

Little by little, came in with the peloton, getting closer, but the distance from the finish line, the gap still 23 seconds. Lambert, Naesen, and Cort remained to be brave go ahead, but the peloton to stay ahead of it appeared not to be possible. After the passage of the red rag was in the story. Naesen tried it once, but it was a bunch sprint. Therein proved to be Edvald Boasson Hagen, the most powerful.

Result of the first leg:

1. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Dimension Data)

2. De France (Deceuninck And Go)

3. Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma)

4. Nils Politt (Team Katusha-Alpecin)

5. Gregor Mühlberger (GOOD-bath)

6. Sonny Colbrelli (Please Note-Merida)

7. Jonas Koch (CCC).

8. Alexey Lutsenko (Astana)

9. Benoit Cosnefroy (AG2R La Mondiale)

10. Michal Kwiatkowski (Team-INEOS)