Back to spring
- The men and women's versions of the Flèche Wallonne have been scheduled for 21 April.
- The Flèche Wallonne is bringing back the traditional start in Charleroi, with a course steeped in the history of the race all the way to the final climb up the Mur de Huy.
- The women's race have also been backloaded by the organisers. The men and women's courses...
Return to Charleroi! After eight years of starting from various irrefutably welcoming host towns, the Flèche Wallonne returns to its traditional start point in the province of Hainaut’s biggest city. Charleroi has already hosted the race twenty-eight times, including fifteen consecutive times between 1998 and 2012. This east-to-west course is a return to tradition...
AG gets in the saddle for the Liège-Bastogne-Liège and La Flèche Wallonne cycling races
From 2021, AG will serve as an official partner of the men’s and women’s Ardennes classics.
AG and A.S.O. join forces to back La Flèche Wallonne and Liège-Bastogne-Liège, two of Belgium’s oldest and most prestigious cycling races, which this year will take place on 21 and 25 April respectively. AG will act as an official partner of...
Shimano Blue for neutral support at La Flèche Wallonne
With Shimano celebrating it’s centenary year in 2021, the partnership will see the brand leveraging 20 years of neutral support experience and know-how to support all riders in selected A.S.O. races, no matter which drivetrain brand they use, helping them to get their bikes operating at the optimum level. The iconic blue of Shimano will adorn the neutral support...
Benoît Cosnefroy: “No excuses and no regrets”
I’m quite pleased and satisfied as this is my first podium on a World Tour classic. We were of course working to get the victory, but a second place is also a great reward for all the work the team has done over the race. It was great to see my teammates taking the head of the bunch on the final kilometres to place both me and Alexis Vuillermoz in perfect position ahead...
Marc Hirschi: “It was all about the legs”
It went perfect for us. I’m very proud of how my team rode today, doing a great job at the front of the bunch. The pace really sped up on the final laps. In the Mur de Huy, it was all about the legs. The Mur de Huy is super hard and super steep, so I had to wait and be patient in order not to go too early. I think this victory has been a lot about being strong on the head...
La Flèche-Wallonne 2020 - Hirschi, first time lucky
166 riders took the start on the 84th edition of Flèche Wallonne at 11.33 to race over a 202 kilometres course from Herve to Mur de Huy. It was after 4 kilometres that four riders broke away from the peloton: Mauri Vansevenant (Deceuninck-Quick Step), Aaron Van Poucke (Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise), Mathijs Paasschens (WB Bingoal) and Marlon Gaillard (Total Direct Energie)....
Top5: Hirschi, Cosnefroy, Woods, Barguil, Dan Martin
1. Marc Hirschi (Team Sunweb)
2. Benoît Cosnefroy (Ag2r La Mondiale)
3. Michael Woods (EF Education First)
4. Warren Barguil (Arkéa-Samsic)
5. Dan Martin (Israel Start-Up Nation)
6. Michal Kwiatkowski (Ineos Grenadiers)
Marc Hirschi wins!
The Swiss rider triumphs ahead of Cosnefroy and Woods.
Woods opens up the sprint
Hirschi, Cosnefroy and Kwiatkowski on his wheel.
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