Interview - 21/04 - 17:00

Valverde: “I had great legs”

Alejandro Valverde (Movistar): “For sure I’m in a great condition. I’ve been feeling good since the Volta a Catalunya and I’ve showed it again today. I’m really happy to be so close to the best, Primoz [Roglič] and Julian [Alaphilippe]. I had great legs but I had to make a big effort to get back because I was in a bad position entering the Mur. I’ve...

Interview - 21/04 - 16:58

Roglič: “I was just there, why not attack?”

Primoz Roglič (Jumbo-Visma): “Julian [Alaphilippe] caught me and passed me so he was definitely the strongest. Congrats to him, he deserves to win. It was a hard climb in the finish. I was just there, why not attack? With legs a little bit stronger, maybe I could have won but congrats to Julian. There isn’t much philosophy in the last climb: if you have the legs,...

Interview - 21/04 - 16:53

Alaphilippe: “This one really feels good”

Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick-Step): “I wanted to show people I was strong in the head. I haven’t won a lot since the beginning of the season, it was important to me to raise my arms again. I wanted so much to win again on such a hard race. I’m proud of my teammates, they did a wonderful job to put me in the best position. Mikkel Honoré dropped...

The stage film - 21/04 - 16:37

The Mur doesn't lie: Alaphilippe is back on top

The 168 starters roll from the Dôme, Spirou Charleroi Bastket Club’s facility, and reach km 0 at 11:32. UAE Team Emirates, featuring last year’s winner Marc Hirschi and Tadej Pogačar, don’t start after two members of the team underwent tests that returned positive to Covid-19.

Attacks fly from the gun and it takes 19km of hard battle for a group...

Newsflashes - 21/04 - 16:11

Top 5

1. Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick-Step)

2. Primoz Rogllič (Jumbo-Visma)

3. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team), +6''

4. Michael Woods (Israel Start-Up Nation), +8''

5. Warren Barguil (Arkéa-Samsic), +11''

Newsflashes - 21/04 - 16:09

Alaphilippe takes his 3rd Flèche Wallonne!

Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick-Step) wins the 85th Flèche Wallonne ahead of Primoz Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) and Alejandro Valverde (Movistar).

Newsflashes - 21/04 - 16:08

Roglič goes with 300m to go

Pidcock leads the chase.

Newsflashes - 21/04 - 16:06

Tratnik goes

Jan Tratnik (Bahrain Victorious) is just ahead of the bunch with 1km to go.

Newsflashes - 21/04 - 16:05

The final ascent!

1.3km to go. Lammertink is caught at the bottom by the AG2R-led peloton.

Newsflashes - 21/04 - 16:01

5km to go!

Lammertink holds on to a 10'' gap.

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