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Tour of Guangxi 2019, tweede etappe

Tour of Guangxi 2019, tweede etappe

Daniel McLay (EF Education First) wint de tweede etappe van de Gree-Tour of Guangxi. Opnieuw wordt Pascal Ackermann (Bora – Hansgrohe) tweede en Matteo Trentin (Mitchelton – Scott) finisht als derde. Pascal Ackermann  is de nieuwe leider in het algemeen klassement

foto’s:  Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos ©

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Daniel Mclay (GBR – EF Education First) – Pascal Ackermann (GER – Bora – Hansgrohe) pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Pascal Ackermann (GER – Bora – Hansgrohe) pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Timo Roosen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – CCC Team pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Lennard Kamna (GER – Team Sunweb) pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Team Sunweb pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jakub Mareczko (ITA – CCC Team) – Gijs van Hoecke (Belgium / Team CCC) pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Qinzhou – Chiina – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton pictured during the Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 2 from Beihai to Qinzhou (152,3KM) – 18/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Olympia’s Tour, etappe 1

 

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Coen Vermeltfoort (Netherlands / Alecto Cycling Team) pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Coen Vermeltfoort (Netherlands / Alecto Cycling Team) pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Adne Koster (Netherlands / Alecto Cycling Team) pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sensa pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Lotto Soudal U23 pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jordi Meeus (Belgium / Team SEG Racing Academy) pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Thymen Arensman (Netherlands / Team SEG Racing Academy) pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Coen Vermeltfoort (Netherlands / Alecto Cycling Team) pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Coen Vermeltfoort (Netherlands / Alecto Cycling Team) pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sander de Pestel pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Stef Krul (Netherlands / Metec – TKH Continentel Cylingteam p/b Mantel) pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Coen Vermeltfoort (Netherlands / Alecto Cycling Team) peloton pictured during Olympia’s Tour Stage 1 from Col du Vam to Col du Vam (129,8KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Coen Vermeltfoort, rijdend voor zijn club de peddelaars wint op de Col du VAM de eerste etappe van Olympia’s Tour.
 
1. Coen Vermeltfoort (WV De Peddelaars)
2. Florian Vermeersch (Lotto Soudal U23)
3. Jordi Meeus (SEG Racing Academy)
 
foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©
Tour of Guangxi 2019, eerste etappe

Tour of Guangxi 2019, eerste etappe

Fernando Gaviria (UAE – Team Emirates) verslaat Pascal Ackermann (Bora – Hansgrohe) in de eerste etappe van de Tour of Guangxi 2019

foto’s: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos ©

Beihai – China – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 1 from Beihai to Beihai 135,6 km – 17/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Beihai – China – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Fernando Gaviria (COL – UAE – Team Emirates) pictured during Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 1 from Beihai to Beihai 135,6 km – 17/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Beihai – China – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Fernando Gaviria (COL – UAE – Team Emirates) pictured during Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 1 from Beihai to Beihai 135,6 km – 17/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Beihai – China – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Fernando Gaviria (COL – UAE – Team Emirates) pictured during Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 1 from Beihai to Beihai 135,6 km – 17/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Beihai – China – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Fernando Gaviria (COL – UAE – Team Emirates) – Pascal Ackermann (GER – Bora – Hansgrohe) pictured during Tour of Guangxi 2019 – 3rd Edition – stage 1 from Beihai to Beihai 135,6 km – 17/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Nederlandse Loterij NK Wegwielrennen 2020 op de Col du VAM

 

 

Nederlandse Loterij NK Wegwielrennen 2020 op de Col du VAM

In juni 2020 vinden de Nederlandse Loterij Nederlandse kampioenschappen wegwielrennen op en rond de Col du VAM plaats, vlakbij het Drentse Wijster. Het is voor het eerst dat de Nederlandse kampioenschappen wegwielrennen naar de Col du VAM trekt. De wegwedstrijden vinden plaats op vrijdag 19, zaterdag 20 en zondag 21 juni.

foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

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Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – pictured during presse conference Dutch National Championships Roadrace 2020 will be held on the Col du Vam – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Thorwald Veneberg (KNWU) pictured during presse conference Dutch National Championships Roadrace 2020 will be held on the Col du Vam – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Vamberg – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – pictured during presse conference Dutch National Championships Roadrace 2020 will be held on the Col du Vam – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Europese Kampioenschappen wielrennen op de baan Dag 1

 

 

 

Europese Kampioenschappen wielrennen op de baan Dag 1


Bij de Europese Kampioenschappen wielrennen op de baan in Omnisport Apeldoorn zijn de Nederlandse teamsprinters goud behaald. Roy van den Berg, Harrie Lavreysen en Matthijs Büchli , als favorieten gestart, zetten de snelste tijd neer.


foto’s Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos ©

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathijs Buchli (NED) – Roy van den Berg (NED) – Harrie Lavreysen (NED) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathijs Buchli (NED) – Roy van den Berg (NED) – Harrie Lavreysen (NED) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Roy van den Berg (NED) – Harrie Lavreysen (NED) – Mathijs Buchli (NED) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Harrie Lavreysen (NED) – Mathijs Buchli (NED) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathijs Buchli (NED) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Felix Gross (GER) – Theo Reinhardt (GER) – Leon Rohde (GER) – Nils Schomber (GER) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Roberto Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Roberto Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Shari Bossuyt (BEL) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Felix Gross (GER) – Theo Reinhardt (GER) – Leon Rohde (GER) – Nils Schomber (GER) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Belgium Team Poursuit pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Roberto Bettini/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mylene De Zoete (NED) – Amber Van der Hulst (NED) – Kirstie van Haaften (NED) -Bente van Teeseling (NED) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Apeldoorn – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Shari Bossuyt (BEL) pictured during European Championships Track Day 1 in Omnisport Apeldoorn, the Netherlands – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Parijs - Tours 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jelle Wallays (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) celebrates his win pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jelle Wallays (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jelle Wallays (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) – mechanical problems Soren Kragh Andersen (DEN – Team Sunweb) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Boy Van Poppel (Netherlands / Team Roompot – Charles) – Soren Kragh Andersen (DEN – Team Sunweb) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Soren Kragh Andersen (DEN – Team Sunweb) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie echelon – waaier pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – crash val sturz fall Stan Dewulf (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – crash val sturz fall Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jelle Wallays (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – KUNG Stefan (SUI) of GROUPAMA – FDJ pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – CURVERS Roy (NED) of TEAM SUNWEB pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Roy Curvers (m) and teammates pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Soren Kragh Andersen (DEN – Team Sunweb) – Roy Curvers (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) – Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Roy Curvers (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) – Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jelle Wallays (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration picture of a hunter watching the peloton pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – crash Adam Blythe (GBR / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tours – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – crash val sturz fall Stan Dewulf (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during the 113th UCI Europe Tour Paris – Tours cycling race with start in Chartres and finish at the Avenue de Grammont in Tours (217km) on October 13, 2019 in Tours, France, 13/10/2019 – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

 

Jelle Wallays (Lottos – Soudal) wint met een enorme solo Parijs – Tours. Niki Terpstra mag van Oliver Naessen de sprint voor de tweede plaats winnen.

foto’s Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos ©

 

 

Memorial Rik van Steenbergen 2019

 

Memorial Rik van Steenbergen 2019

 
 
Dries de Bondt wint de Memorial Rik van Steenbergen. De Corendon-Circus renner komt solo over de finish. Ploegmakker Jimmy Janssens wint de sprint van Piotr Havik (Beat Cycling) voor de tweede plaats.
 
 
foto’s: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos ©

Arendonk – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dries De Bondt (Belgium / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during Memorial Rik Van Steenbergen / Kempen Classic (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Arendonk – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dries De Bondt (Belgium / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during Memorial Rik Van Steenbergen / Kempen Classic (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Arendonk – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jimmy Janssens (Belgium / Team Corendon – Circus) – Havik Piotr pictured during Memorial Rik Van Steenbergen / Kempen Classic (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Arendonk – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Stijn Steels (Belgium / Team Roompot – Charles) pictured during Memorial Rik Van Steenbergen / Kempen Classic (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Arendonk – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Stijn Steels (Belgium / Team Roompot – Charles) – Michael Van Staeyen (Belgium / Team Roompot – Charles) pictured during Memorial Rik Van Steenbergen / Kempen Classic (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

 

Superprestige veldrijden Elite in Gieten

 

 

 

 

Superprestige veldrijden Elite in Gieten

Eli Iserbyt wint de Superprestige rit veldrijden voor Elite in Gieten. Quinten hermans en Corne van Kessel zijn de nummers twee en drie.

foto’s Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos ©

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Iserbyt Eli (Bel) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – David Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Joris Nieuwenhuis (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Lars Boom (Netherlands / Team Roompot – Charles) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Iserbyt Eli (Bel) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Aerts Toon (Bel) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Iserbyt Eli (Bel) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sweeck Laurens (Bel) – Joris Nieuwenhuis (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Iserbyt Eli (Bel) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Hermans Quinten (Bel) – Iserbyt Eli (Bel) – Van Kessel Corne (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Iserbyt Eli (Bel) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Elite in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Superprestige veldrijden vrouwen in Gieten

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Superprestige veldrijden vrouwen in Gieten

Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado is een klasse apart. De Rotterdamse renster wint met voorsprong de Superprestige veldrijden vrouwen in Gieten
Wereldkampioen Sanne Cant komt als tweede over de finish en Yara Kasteleijn finisht als derde.


foto’s Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos ©

Gieten – Nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alvarado Ceylin del Carmen (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Cant Sanne (Bel) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Heijden Inge (Ned) – Worst Annemarie (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Heijden Inge (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alvarado Ceylin del Carmen (Ned) – Worst Annemarie (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alvarado Ceylin del Carmen (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Cant Sanne (Bel) – Alvarado Ceylin del Carmen (Ned) – Kasteleijn Yara (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alvarado Ceylin del Carmen (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alvarado Ceylin del Carmen (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Gieten – Nederland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Cant Sanne (Bel) – Alvarado Ceylin del Carmen (Ned) – Kasteleijn Yara (Ned) pictured during Telenet Superprestige veldrit Women in Gieten, the Netherlands – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Ronde van Lombardije 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ronde van Lombardije 2019

Bauke Mollema wint de Ronde van Lombardije

 

1. Bauke Mollema (Trek – Segafredo)
2. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar)
3. Egan Bernal (INEOS)
 
foto’s Luca Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) celebrates his win pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie climb Muro di Sormano – pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie climb Muro di Sormano – pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Bernal (COL – Team INEOS) passage Madonna del Ghisallo – pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Madonna del Ghisallo – Bauke Mollema (NED – Trek – Segafredo) – Serge Pauwels (Belgium / Team CCC) pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Michael Gogl (AUT – Trek – Segafredo) – Team CCC pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Laurens Ten Dam (NED – CCC Team) pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Como – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Carl Fredrik Hagen (NOR – Lotto Soudal) pictured during Il Lombardia 2019 – 113th Edition from Bergamo to Como (243KM) – 12/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

 

 

Tacx Pro Classic 2019

Tacx Pro Classic 2019

 
 
Dylan Groenewegen wint de Tacx Pro Classic. De Jumbo-Visma renner verslaat op het voormalig werkeiland Neeltje Jans de Europese Kampioen Elia Viviani (Deceuninck – Quick Step). Arvid de Kleijn (Metec) finisht als derde.
Dylan Groenewegen heeft zijn wielerseizoen in stijl afgesloten met de zege in de Tacx Pro Classic. De sprinter van Team Jumbo-Visma wist na een perfecte lead-out van zijn ploeggenoten voor de vijftiende keer dit jaar zijn wiel als eerste over de streep te drukken. Daarmee komt hij aan vijftig overwinningen als beroepsrenner.
 
Een kopgroep werd ruim voor de finish teruggehaald door Team Jumbo-Visma en Deceuninck-QuickStep. Groenewegen rondde het verrichte teamwerk soeverein af en schonk zijn ploeg daarmee de 51e zege van het seizoen.
 
“Het was een koude dag met veel regen”, aldus Groenewegen. “Er stond niet al teveel wind, waardoor er een goede kans op een sprint was. We waren erg gemotiveerd om hier te winnen en dat hebben we ook laten zien. Deze ga ik vanavond vieren.”
 
De laureaat vervolgt: “De hele koers hebben we op kop gereden. In de laatste twee bochten had ik Timo en Mike nog voor me zitten. Ik ging wat laat aan, maar uiteindelijk kwam ik er nog goed uit. Als ik in vorm en op snelheid ben, is het moeilijk om mij te kloppen. Ik kan terugkijken op een goed seizoen en ik ben blij dat ik het af heb kunnen sluiten met een overwinning. Dat ik de renner ben met de meeste UCI-zeges dit seizoen is leuk, al zijn het voor mij maar statistieken.”
Foto’s: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos ©

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Elia Viviani (Italy / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) – Arvid De Kleijn (Netherlands / Metec – TKH Continentel Cylingteam p/b Mantel) pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Elia Viviani (Italy / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) – Arvid De Kleijn (Netherlands / Metec – TKH Continentel Cylingteam p/b Mantel) pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Dylan Groenewegen foto Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos ©

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Elia Viviani (Italy / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) – Arvid De Kleijn (Netherlands / Metec – TKH Continentel Cylingteam p/b Mantel) pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bas Van Der Kooij (Netherlands / Monkey Town – à Bloc CTm) pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – TEAM ROOMPOT – CHARLES, illustration – sfeer – illustratie Factor bikes pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Pim Ligthart (Netherlands / Team Total Direct Energie) pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Michael Van Staeyen (Belgium / Team Roompot – Charles) – Huub Duijn (Netherlands / Team Roompot – Charles) pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Neeltje Jans – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tim Declercq (Belgium / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) – Bert-Jan Lindeman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Taco van der Hoorn (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 49th Tacx Pro Classic / Ronde van Zeeland (1.1) a one day race (200KM) from Middelburg to Neeltje Jans – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

 

 

GP Piemonte 2019

 

 

 

 

GP Piemonte 2019

Egan Bernal wint de GP Piemonte. De INEOS Columbiaan gaat zijn ploegmakker Ivan Sossa vooraf in de klim naar het “Heiligdom van Europa”. Nans Peters (AG2R La Mondiale) finisht als derde.

foto’s: Roberto Bettini/Luca Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ivan Ramiro Sosa (COL – Team INEOS) – Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Columbia / Team INEOS) pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Columbia / Team INEOS) pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Columbia / Team INEOS) pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Columbia / Team INEOS) pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Juraj Sagan (SVK – Bora – Hansgrohe) pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Diego Rosa (ITA – Team INEOS) – Egan Bernal (COL – Team INEOS) pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Patrick Konrad (AUT – Bora – Hansgrohe) – Juraj Sagan (SVK – Bora – Hansgrohe) – Davide Formolo (ITA – Bora – Hansgrohe) pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start Team Israel Cycling Academy pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Santuario di Oropa – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Bernal (COL – Team INEOS) and girlfriend Xiomara Guerrera pictured during 103rd Gran Piemonte (1.HC) a one day race from Aglie to Santuario di Oropa (183KM) – photo Tommaso Pelagalli/LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Milano - Torino 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Milano – Torino 2019

Michael Woods wint Milaan – Turijn. De EF Education First renner toont zich op de laatste klim (Superga) de sterkste. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) finisht als tweede.

1. Michael Woods ( EF Education First)
2. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar)
3. Adam Yates (Mitchelton – Scott)

foto’s: Roberto Bettini/Luca Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Michael Woods (Canada / Team EF Education First) – Alejandro Valverde Belmonte (Spain / Team Movistar) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – David Gaudu (FRA – Groupama – FDJ) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Michael Woods (CAN – EF Education First) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alex Howes (USA / Team EF Education First) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Nicolas Valle Dalla (UAE Emirates) – Joan Bou (ESP – Nippo Vini Fantini Faizane) – Remi Cavagna (FRA – Deceuninck – Quick Step) – Joey Rosskopf (USA – CCC Team) – Daniel Savini (ITA – Bardiani – CSF) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

– wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mads Pedersen (Denmark / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Roberto Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

– wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Roberto Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – David Gaudu (FRA – Groupama – FDJ) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tiesj Benoot (BEL – Lotto Soudal) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bauke Mollema (NED – Trek – Segafredo) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jakob Fuglsang (DEN – Astana Pro Team) – Adam Yates (GBR – Mitchelton – Scott) – Michael Woods (Canada / Team EF Education First) – Alejandro Valverde Belmonte (Spain / Team Movistar) pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Torino – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – crash rider of Trek – Segafredo pictured during Milano – Torino 2019 – 100th Edition – Magenta – Torino Superga – 179 km – 08/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Tre Valli Varesine 2019

 

Tre Valli Varesine 2019

Met een machtige jumbo in de laatste kilometer gaat Primoz Roglic (Team Jumbo-Visma) de Tre Valli Varesine 2019 winnend afsluiten.

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foto’s: Dario Belingheri/RB/Cor Vos ©

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (SLO – Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Scenery – Prologo pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Team Sunweb pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mads Pedersen (Denmark / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (SLO – Team Jumbo – Visma) – Toms Skujins (LAT – Trek – Segafredo) – Giovanni Visconti (ITA – Neri Sottoli – Selle Italia – KTM) pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (SLO – Team Jumbo – Visma) – Toms Skujins (LAT – Trek – Segafredo) – Giovanni Visconti (ITA – Neri Sottoli – Selle Italia – KTM) pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Luis Leon Sanchez (Spain / Team Astana) pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Varese – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – David Gaudu (FRA – Groupama – FDJ) – Bauke Mollema (NED – Trek – Segafredo) Protest for wrong route pictured during Tre Valli Varesine 2019 – 99th Edition – Saronno – Varese – 197,8 km – 08/10/2019- Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke 2019

 

Tom Van Asbroeck (Team Israel Cycling Academy) sprint in Binche naar de overwinning in de Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke.


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1. Tom Van Asbroeck (Team Israel Cycling Academy)
2. Oliver Naesen (Team AG2R La Mondiale) –
3. Jos van Emden (Team Jumbo – Visma)

foto’s: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos ©

Binche – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tom Van Asbroeck (Belgium / Team Israel Cycling Academy) – Oliver Naesen (Belgium / Team AG2R La Mondiale) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma)pictured during 32nd Binche – Chimay – Binche / Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke (1.1) a one day race from Binche to Binche – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Binche – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Oliver Naesen (Belgium / Team AG2R La Mondiale) – Tom Van Asbroeck (Belgium / Team Israel Cycling Academy) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 32nd Binche – Chimay – Binche / Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke (1.1) a one day race from Binche to Binche – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Binche – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tom Van Asbroeck (Belgium / Team Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during 32nd Binche – Chimay – Binche / Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke (1.1) a one day race from Binche to Binche – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Binche – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Oliver Naesen (Belgium / Team AG2R La Mondiale) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 32nd Binche – Chimay – Binche / Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke (1.1) a one day race from Binche to Binche – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Binche – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 32nd Binche – Chimay – Binche / Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke (1.1) a one day race from Binche to Binche – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Binche – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tom Van Asbroeck (Belgium / Team Israel Cycling Academy) – Oliver Naesen (Belgium / Team AG2R La Mondiale) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma)pictured during 32nd Binche – Chimay – Binche / Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke (1.1) a one day race from Binche to Binche – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Grand Premio Beghelli 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Premio Beghelli 2019

Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain Merida) wint in Monteveglio de Grand Premio Beghelli 2019. Allejandro Valverde finishts als tweede.
 
foto’s: Roberto Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sonny Colbrelli (ITA – Bahrain Merida) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 199,3 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – George Bennett (New Sealand / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Antwan Tolhoek (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 199,3 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bahrain Merida pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 199,3 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 199,3 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sacha Modolo (ITA- EF Education First) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 199,3 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sonny Colbrelli (ITA – Bahrain Merida) – Alejandro Valverde (ESP – Movistar Team) – Jack Haig (AUS – Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 199,3 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sonny Colbrelli (Italy / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 199,3 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cro Race, zesde etappe

 

Cro Race, zesde etappe

Alessandro Fedeli (Delko Marseille) wint in Zagred de zesde en laatste etappe van de CRO Race. Adam Yates (Mitchelton Scott) is de eindwinnaar.

foto’s:  Dario Belingheri/RB/Cor Vos ©

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alessandro Fedeli (ITA – Delko Marseille) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Badilatti (SUI – Israel Cycling Academy) – Ruben Plaza (ESP – Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alessandro Fedeli (ITA – Delko Marseille) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alessandro Fedeli (ITA – Delko Marseille) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alessandro Fedeli (ITA – Delko Marseille) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Adam Yates (GBR / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Grega Bole (SLO – Bahrain Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Astana Pro Team pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Riccardo Zoidl (AUT – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Adam Yates (GBR / Team Mitchelton – Scott) – Riccardo Zoidl (Austria / Team CCC) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – CCC Team pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Luka Pibernik (SLO – Bahrain Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Domen Novak (SLO – Bahrain Merida) – Jan Tratnik (SLO – Bahrain Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zagreb – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Luka Pibernik (SLO – Bahrain Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 6 from Sveta Nedelja to Zagreb (154KM) – 06/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Grand Premio Beghelli vrouwen 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Premio Beghelli vrouwen 2019

Marta Bastianelli (Team Virtu Cycling) wint voor Chiara Consonni (Valcar Cylance) en Lorena Wiebes (Parkhotel Valkenburg) de Grand Premio Beghelli 2019
 
foto’s: Roberto Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Consonni Chiara (Italy / Valcar Cylance) – Bastianelli Marta (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) – Wiebes Lorena (Netherlands / Parkhotel Valkenburg) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – Women 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 87 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Consonni Chiara (Italy / Valcar Cylance) – Bastianelli Marta (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) – Wiebes Lorena (Netherlands / Parkhotel Valkenburg) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – Women 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 87 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Consonni Chiara (Italy / Valcar Cylance) – Bastianelli Marta (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) – Wiebes Lorena (Netherlands / Parkhotel Valkenburg) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – Women 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 87 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Paternoster Letizia (Italy / Trek Segafredo) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – Women 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 87 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bastianelli Marta (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – Women 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 87 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Monteveglio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bastianelli Marta (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during GP Bruno Beghelli 2019 – Women 4th Edition – Monteveglio – Monteveglio – 87 km – 06/10/2019 – – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Giro dell'Emilia 2019

 

Giro dell’Emilia 2019

Primoz Roglic wint solo de Giro dell’Emilia. De renner van Team Jumbo-Visma rijdt op de laatste klim van de San Luca weg van de concurrenten. Davide Villela (Satana) is de nummer twee en Victor de la Parte (Team CCC) finisht als derde. Michael Woods is de nummer twee en Sergio Higuita kont als derde over de eindstreep.

Primoz Roglic heeft op indrukwekkende wijze de Giro dell’Emilia gewonnen. De Sloveen van Team Jumbo-Visma reed bij het ingaan van de laatste kilometer op de slotklim naar San Luca zijn concurrenten uit het wiel en kwam solo over de finish.

De winnaar van de Vuelta a España mocht voor de twaalfde keer dit seizoen plaatsnemen op de hoogste trede van het ereschavot. De beklimming van San Luca, die onderweg vijf keer beklommen moest worden, was bekend terrein voor Roglic. Eerder dit jaar won hij de openingstijdrit van de Giro d’Italia op de steile klim en veroverde hij er en passant de roze leiderstrui. Voor Team Jumbo-Visma is Roglic’ zege de 49e overwinning van het seizoen.

“Het team heeft ontzettend goed werk geleverd vandaag”, aldus Roglic. “We hebben vanaf het begin de race gecontroleerd. Op de plaatselijke ronden waren we vaak mee in de aanval en hebben we de laatste aanvallers ingerekend. Uiteindelijk was het aan mij om het af te maken. Eerlijk gezegd had ik niet al te beste benen. We mogen allemaal erg blij zijn met het resultaat van vandaag. Zonder mijn ploeggenoten was deze overwinning er niet gekomen.”

Daar was niets van gelogen, want met name Robert Gesink, Sepp Kuss, George Bennett en Antwan Tolhoek lieten zich in de finale nadrukkelijk gelden.

“De laatste keer dat ik San Luca beklom, won ik en vandaag win ik weer. Ik vind het een leuke plek hier”, vervolgt Roglic. “Aankomende dinsdag zal ik nog van start gaan in Tre Valli Varesine, om vervolgens mijn seizoen af te sluiten in de Ronde van Lombardije.”
Dat doet de 29-jarige Sloveen hoogstwaarschijnlijk als nummer één van de wereld, want met zijn overwinning versterkte Roglic zijn leidende positie op de ranglijst.


foto’s: Roberto Bettini/Cor Vos ©

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vincenzo Nibali (Italy / Team Bahrain – Merida) Alejandro Valverde Belmonte (Spain / Team Movistar) – Richard Carapaz (Ecuador / Team Movistar) – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Columbia / Team INEOS) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vincenzo Nibali (ITA – Bahrain Merida) – Antonio Nibali (ITA – Bahrain Merida) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bauke Mollema (NED – Trek – Segafredo) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Columbia / Team INEOS) – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alex Howes (USA – EF Education First) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alejandro Valverde Belmonte (Spain / Team Movistar) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 – from Bologna to San Luca (207,7KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Giro dell'Emilia women 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Giro dell’Emilia women 2019

Demi Vollering (Parkhotel Valkenburg) is na 98 kilometer in San Luca sneller aan de finish dan haar medevluchter Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA – Trek – Segafredo).

foto’s: Roberto Bettini/Cor Vos ©

 

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Demi Vollering (NED – Parkhotel Vlkenburg) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 women – from Bologna to San Luca (98KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

San Luca – Italia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Demi Vollering (NED – Parkhotel Vlkenburg) – Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA – Trek – Segafredo) pictured during Giro dell’Emilia 2019 women – from Bologna to San Luca (98KM) – 05/10/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Eurometropole Cycling Race 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eurometropole Cycling Race 2019

Piet Allegaert (Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise) wint in Tournai de Eurometropole Cycling Race.


foto’s: Gregory van Gansen/Cor Vos ©

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – ALLEGAERT Piet (BEL) of SPORT VLAANDEREN – BALOISE celebrates as he wins pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – ALLEGAERT Piet (BEL) of SPORT VLAANDEREN – BALOISE, STUYVEN Jasper (BEL) of TREK – SEGAFREDO, SENECHAL Florian (FRA) of DECEUNINCK – QUICK – STEP sprint for the win pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – CAMPENAERTS Victor (BEL) of LOTTO SOUDAL pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – riders of team Corendon – Circus pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – VENTOSO ALBERDI Francisco Jose (ESP) of CCC TEAM pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – ALLEGAERT Piet (BEL) of SPORT VLAANDEREN – BALOISE pictured after winning pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tom Van Asbroeck (Belgium / Team Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Oscar Riesebeek (Netherlands / Team Roompot – Charles) pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Nikolas Maes (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Tournai – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – KEUKELEIRE Jens (BEL) of LOTTO SOUDAL pictured during Eurometropole Cycling race with start in La Louviere and finish in Tournai. on October 05, 2019 in Trounai, Belgium- Photo: Gregory van Gansen/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Berencross in Meulebeke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berencross in Meulebeke

Michael Vanthourenhout (Pauwels Sauzen-Bingoal) wint in Meulebeke de Berencross. Eli Iserbyt, tweede en op de derde plaats Toon Aerts zorgen voor een compleet Belgisch podium.


foto’s: Nico Vereecken/Cor Vos ©

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – SERBYT Eli (BEL) of PAUWELS SAUZEN BINGOAL, VANTHOURENHOUT Michael (BEL) of PAUWELS SAUZEN BINGOAL and AERTS Toon (BEL) of TELENET BALOISE LIONS pictured during the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – HERMANS Quinten (BEL) of TELENET BALOISE LIONS pictured during the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – SOETE Daan (BEL) of PAUWELS SAUZEN BINGOAL pictured during the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – ISERBYT Eli (BEL) of PAUWELS SAUZEN BINGOAL pictured during the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – AERTS Toon (BEL) of TELENET BALOISE LIONS pictured during the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – VANTHOURENHOUT Michael (BEL) of PAUWELS SAUZEN BINGOAL pictured during the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – VANTHOURENHOUT Michael (BEL) of PAUWELS SAUZEN BINGOAL pictured during the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Ethias Cross Berencross van Meulebeke women

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ethias Cross Berencross van Meulebeke

Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado(CORENDON – Circus) wint voor Annemarie Worst ( 777) de Ethias Cross Berencross van Meulebeke. Inge van der Heijden (CCC-LIV) finisht als derde.


foto’s: Nico Vereecken/Cor Vos ©

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – ALVARADO Ceylin del Carmen (NED) of CORENDON – CIRCUS wins in front of WORST Annemarie (NED) of 777 during the women elite second leg of Ethias Cross cyclocross race, the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – ALVARADO Ceylin del Carmen (NED) of CORENDON – CIRCUS wins in front of WORST Annemarie (NED) of 777 during the women elite second leg of Ethias Cross cyclocross race, the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Meulebeke – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – CANT Sanne (BEL) of IKO CRELAN picture during the women elite second leg of Ethias Cross cyclocross race, the Berencross of Meulebeke on the Ter Borcht track on October 05, 2019 in Meulebeke – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

CRO Race 2019, vijfde etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRO Race 2019, vijfde etappe


Adam Yates wint de vijfde etappe van de CRO Race. De renner van team Mitchelton – Scott is de nieuwe leider in het algemeenklassement.
Davide Villela (Astana) is de nummer twee en Victor de la Marta (Team CCC) finisht als derde.


foto’s: Dario Belingheri/RB/Cor Vos ©

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Adam Yates (GBR / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Adam Yates (GBR / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Adam Yates (GBR / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Adam Yates (GBR / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Georg Zimmermann (GER – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Riccardo Zoidl (AUT – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alex Edmondson (AUS – Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Laurens Ten Dam (NED – CCC Team) – Serge Pauwels (BEL – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Georg Zimmermann (GER – CCC Team) – Markus Wildauer (AUT – Tirol KTM Cycling Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yuriy Natarov (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Platak – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Laurens Ten Dam (NED – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 5 from Rabac to Platak (138KM) – 05/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

CRO Race 2019, vierde etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRO Race 2019, vierde etappe

Dusan Rajovic (SRB – Adria Mobil) wint afgetekend de vier de etappe van de CRO Race.

Yevgeniy Gidich (Astana Pro Team) blijft de leider in het algemeenklassement.

foto’s: Dario Belingheri/RB/Cor Vos ©

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dusan Rajovic (SRB – Adria Mobil) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yuriy Natarov (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Markus Wildauer (AUT – Tirol KTM Cycling Team) – Serge Pauwels (Belgium / Team CCC) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Laurens Ten Dam (NED – CCC Team) – Joey Rosskopf (USA – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alexander Cataford (CAN – Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) ictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Jan Tratnik (Slovenia / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ljubljana Gusto Santic pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Joey Rosskopf (USA – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie shadow pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jan Tratnik (Slovenia / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alex Edmondson (AUS – Mitchelton – Scott) – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) – Georg Zimmermann (GER – CCC Team) – Markus Wildauer (AUT – Tirol KTM Cycling Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Gorski Kotar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 4 from Starigrad to Gorski Kotar (155KM) – 04/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Sparkassen Münsterland Giro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sparkassen Münsterland Giro

Alvaro Jose Hodeg (Deceuninck-Quick) wint in Munster de Sparkassen Münsterland Giro. Pascal Ackermann (BORA hansgrohe) is de nummer twee en de Belgische kampioen Tim Merlier (Corendon – Circus ).


foto’s: Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos ©

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alvaro Jose Hodeg – Hodge (TeamDeceuninck – Quick Step) – Pascal Ackermann (Germany / Team Bora – hansgrohe) – pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tim Merlier (Belgium / Team Corendon – Circus – Canyon) – Sieger Alvaro Jose Hodeg (Columbia / Team Deceuninck – Quick-Step) and Pascal Ackermann (Germany / Team Bora – hansgrohe) pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tim Merlier (Belgium / Team Corendon – Circus – Canyon) – Sieger Alvaro Jose Hodeg (Columbia / Team Deceuninck – Quick-Step) and Pascal Ackermann (Germany / Team Bora – hansgrohe) pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jannik Steimle (Germany / Team Deceuninck – Quick-Step) and Jannik Steimle (Germany / Team Deceuninck – Quick-Step) pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – winner Alvaro Jose Hodeg – Hodge (TeamDeceuninck – Quick Step) pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Guy Sagiv (Israel / Team Israel Cycling Academy) and Matthias Braendle (Austria / Team Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Team Roompot – Charles pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Team Sunweb pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Andre Greipel (Germany / Team Arkea Samsic) pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Maarten Wijnants (Belgium / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

Munster – Germany – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during Sparkassen Münsterland Giro (1.HC) 2019 a one day race from Emsdetten to Munster – photo Rene Ohlgen/Cor Vos © 2019

CRO Race 2019, derde etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRO Race 2019, derde etappe

Door het slechte weer heeft de jury, in samenspraak met de teams, de derde etappe van de CRO Race 2019 geneutraliseerd. Later op de dag wordt de wedstrijd in verkorte vorm voortgezet.


Yevgeniy Gidich (Astana Pro Team) wint de korte, amper 47 kilometer korte derde etappe en is de nieuwe leider in het algemeenklassement.

foto’s: Dario Belingheri/RB/Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

 

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Davide Villella (ITA – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Adam Yates (GBR – Mitchelton – Scott) – Mauro Finetto (ITA – Delko Marseille) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Race stop for bad weather conditions – Mauro Finetto (ITA – Delko Marseille) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Race stop for bad weather conditions – Zhandos Bizhigitov (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Race stop for bad weather conditions – Joey Rosskopf (USA – CCC Team) – Serge Pauwels (BEL – CCC Team) – Brent Bookwalter (USA – Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – bad weather – team Mitchelton – Scott pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – lost bike of #96 Race stop for bad weather conditions – Samuele Rivi (ITA – Tirol KTM Cycling Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Race stop for bad weather conditions – UCI Jury and Sports Director meeting – Vladimir Miholjevic (CRO – CRO Race) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Race stop for bad weather conditions – Joey Rosskopf (USA – CCC Team) – Serge Pauwels (BEL – CCC Team) – Brent Bookwalter (USA – Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brent Bookwalter (USA – Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Race stop for bad weather conditions – Laurens Ten Dam (NED – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Makarska – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Race stop for bad weather conditions pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 3 from Okrug to Makarska (155KM) – 03/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

CRO Race 2019, tweede etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRO Race 2019, tweede etappe

 
 
Gisteren, in de eerste etappe van de CRO Race, werd hij met een half wieltje verschil derde. En nu, vandaag, wint Eduard Michael Grosu (Delko Marseille) afgetekend de tweede etappe.
 
Matej Mohorič, Alexander Edmondson en Mattia Frapporti komen na de finish ongelukkig ten val bij een botsing met een onvoorzichtig overstekende man. Grosu is de nieuwe leider.
 
 
 
 
foto’s: Dario Belingheri/RB/Cor Vos ©

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Eduard Michael Grosu (ROM – Delko Marseille) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Eduard Michael Grosu (ROM – Delko Marseille) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Serge Pauwels (Belgium / Team CCC) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie – Storm – Bad Weather pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matej Mohoric (SLO – Bahrain Merida) – Grega Bole (SLO – Bahrain Merida) – Domen Novak (SLO – Bahrain Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mattia Frapporti (ITA – Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matej Mohoric (SLO – Bahrain Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alex Edmondson (AUS – Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Zadar – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matej Mohoric (Slovenia / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 2 from Slunj to Zadar (183KM) – 02/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

CRO Race 2019, eerste etappe

CRO Race 2019, eerste etappe

 
 
Marco Kump (Adria Mobil) wint de eerste etappe van de CRO Race 2019. De Sloveense renner verslaat in de eindsprint met millimeters Yevgeniy Gidich (Astana Pro Team) en Eduard Michael Grosu (Delko Marseille)
 
 
foto’s: Dario Belingheri/RB/Cor Vos ©

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Marco Kump (SLO – Adria Mobil) – Eduard Michael Grosu (ROM – Delko Marseille) – Yevgeniy Gidich (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Marko Kump (SLO – Adria Mobil) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mirco Maestri (ITA – Bardiani – CSF) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Joey Rosskopf (USA – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Grega Bole (Slowenia / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ben Hermans (Belgium / Team Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Joey Rosskopf (USA – CCC Team) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie miss – rondemiss – missssssss pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – CCC Team pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Lipik – Croatia – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start Roy Goldstein (ISR – Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during CRO Race 2019 – 5th Edition – stage 1 from Osijek to Lipik (200KM) – 01/10/2019 – Photo: Dario Beligheri/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

 

WK Mannen elite wegwedstrijd 2019

 

 

WK Mannen elite wegwedstrijd 2019


Mads Pedersen, is de verrassende winnaar van het wereldkampioenschap voor elite renners in Yorkshire. De Deense renner, rijdend bij Team Trek Segafredo, verslaat in Harrogate Matteo Trentin en Stefan Kung

foto’s: Miwa iijima/Nico Vereecken/Luca Bettini/Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/SWPics/Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

 

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mads Pedersen (Denmark / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) – Mads Pedersen (Denmark / Team Trek Segafredo) – Stefan Kung (Swiss / Team Groupama FDJ) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Peter Sagan (Slowakia / Team Bora – hansgrohe) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Pieter Weening (Netherlands / Team Roompot – Charles) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – STYBAR Zdenek (CZE) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Niki Terpstra (Netherlands / Team Total Direct Energie) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Remco Evenepoel (Belgium / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) – Philippe Gilbert (Belgium / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yukiya Arashiro (Japan / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Miwa iijima/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark / Team Astana) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Miwa iijima/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Julian Alaphilippe (France / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Miwa iijima/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start in Leeds pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bad weather pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jan Polanc (Slowenia / UAE Team Emirates) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bad weather Mitchell Docker (Australia / Team EF Education First) Mitch is putting on a raincoat pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bad weather rain illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Miwa iijima/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – rain bad weather illustration – sfeer – illustratie Philippe Gilbert (Belgium / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – rain bad weather illustration – sfeer – illustratie Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Julian Alaphilippe (France / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) – Rohan Dennis (Australia / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – rain bad weather illustration – sfeer – illustratie Magnus Cort Nielsen (Denmark / Team Astana) – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Jonas Koch (Germany) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jonas Koch (GER) – Nairo Quintana (COL) – Magnus Cort Nielsen (DEN) – pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – RR – from Leeds to Harrogate (285KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

WK vrouwen wegwedstrijd 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WK vrouwen wegwedstrijd 2019


Annemiek van Vleuten rijdt een onovertroffen solo van 100 kilometer en behaald de mooiste zege uit haar lange wielercarriere: Wereldkampioen op de weg!


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foto’s: Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/SWPics/Anton Vos/Cor Vos

 

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Breggen Anna (Netherlands Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) – Moeder Ria van Vleuten pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) – Moeder Ria van Vleuten pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Breggen Anna (Netherlands Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie #8 Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport -illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Breggen Anna (Netherlands Boels Dolmans) – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Deignan Elizabeth (Lizzie) (Great Britain / Trek Segafredo) – Van der Breggen Anna (Netherlands Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Deignan Elizabeth (Lizzie) (Great Britain / Trek Segafredo) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Breggen Anna (Netherlands Boels Dolmans) – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) – Spratt Amanda (Australia / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start in Bradford pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dutch Team pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Deignan Elizabeth (Lizzie) (Great Britain / Trek Segafredo) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brennauer Lisa (Germany / WNT Rotor) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Niewiadoma Katarzyna Kasia (Poland / Canyon SRAM) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dideriksen Amalie (Denmark / Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vollering Demi (Netherlands / Parkhotel Valkenburg) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – RR – from Bradford to Harrogate (149,4KM) – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

WK beloften wegwedstrijd 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WK beloften wegwedstrijd 2019


Hoe een wereldse vreugde om kan slaan in een immens groot verdriet.Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) wordt gediskwalificeerd.


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foto’s: Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/SWPics/Anton Vos/Cor Vos

 

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Disqualified Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Disqualified Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Disqualified Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Disqualified Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Disqualified Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Thomas Pidcock (GBR) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Eekhoff Nils (Ned) in tears disqualified pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Stefan Bissegger (SUI) – Samuele Battistella (ITA) – Thomas Pidcock (GBR) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Eekhoff Nils (Ned) in tears disqualified pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Daan Hoole (Netherlands / Team SEG Racing Academy) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport -Pascal Eenkhoorn (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ide Schelling (Netherlands / Team SEG Racing Academy) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – peloton pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – peloton pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (186,9KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

WK vrouwen junioren wegwedstrijd 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WK vrouwen junioren wegwedstrijd 2019
 
Ook bij de vrouwen junioren wegwedstrijd zegeviert er een Amerikaanse renner in Harrogate. Megan Jastrab, is de naam, en zij is de nieuwe wereldkampioen.
 
1. Megan Jastrab (USA)
2. Julie De Wilde (BEL)
3. Lieke Nooijen (NED)
 
foto’s: Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/SWPics/Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Megan Jastrab (USA) – Julie de Wilde (BEL) – Lieke Nooijen (NED) pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Crash and finish Megan Jastrab (USA) – Julie de Wilde (BEL) – Lieke Nooijen (NED) pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – crash val sturz fall pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – peloton pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Crash and finish Megan Jastrab (USA) – pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/ Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Megan Jastrab (USA) – Julie de Wilde (BEL) – Lieke Nooijen (NED) pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Team GBR – Team Netherlands – Team USA pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Julie de Wilde -Megan Jastrab (USA) – Lieke Nooijen (Ned) pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Shirin van Anrooij, warming-up Dutch National team pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – crash val sturz fall pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – crash val sturz fall pictured during World Championships – WJ – RR – from Doncaster to Harrogate (86KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

WK mannen junioren wegwedstrijd 2019

 

WK mannen junioren wegwedstrijd 2019


De Amerikaan Quin Simmons wint het WK mannen junioren wegwedstrijd in Harrogate. De enige bebaarde renner in het peloton soleert 30 kilometers lang op eenzame hoogte naar de zege.


1. Quin Simmons (USA)
2. Alessio Martinelli (ITA)
3. Magnus Sheffield (USA)

foto’s: Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/SWPics/Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

 

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alessio Martinelli – Quin Simmons – Magnus Sheffield pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Quin Simmons – Magnus Sheffield pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alessio Martinelli – Quin Simmons – Magnus Sheffield pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Enzo Leijnse (NED) – Alessio Marinelli (ITA) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alessio Martinelli(ITA) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Quin Simmons (USA) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Quin Simmons (USA) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Enzo Leijnse (NED) – Alessio Martinelli (ITA) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Quin Simmons (USA) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Lars Boven (NED) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – QuinSimmons (USA) is leading the brakeaway group pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratiepictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratiepictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – QuinSimmons (USA) 2 LAPS TO GO pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – QuinSimmons (USA) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alessio martinelli (ITA) illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Enzo Leijnse (NED) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alex Vandenbulcke (BEL) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Lars Boven (NED) pictured during World Championships – MJ – RR – from Richmond to Harrogate (148.1KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

WK Tijdrijden mannen elite 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WK  Tijdrijden mannen elite 2019

Rohan Dennis Prolongeert zijn titel bij het WK tijdrijden. De Australiër,is in Yorkshire een klasse apart.  De 54 kilometer rijdt Dennis iets meer dan een een minuut sneller dan de 19 jarige Remco Evenepoel  Dylan van Baarle is met de vijftiende plaats de beste landgenoot.

foto’s:  Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/Nico Vereecken/SWPics/Cor Vos ©

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Rohan Dennis (Australia / Team Bahrain – Merida) and family staff DENNIS Rohan:-) – Melissa Hosking pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Remco Evenepoel (Belgium / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) – Rohan Dennis (Australia / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan van Baarle (Netherlands / Team INEOS) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Rohan Dennis (Australia / Team Bahrain – Merida) – Primoz Roglic (Slovenia / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tony Martin (Germany / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: SWPicsCor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan van Baarle (Netherlands / Team INEOS) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: SWPicsCor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Rohan Dennis (Australia) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: SWPicsCor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: SWPicsCor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Rohan Dennis (Australia / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: SWPicsCor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tony Martin (Germany / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during World Championships – Men Elite – ITT – from Northhallerton to Harrogate (54KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

WK Tijdrijden vrouwen elite 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WK  Tijdrijden vrouwen elite 2019

Annemiek van Vleuten is haar wereldtitel bij het tijdrijden kwijt. Vandaag wordt iedereen overklast door een Amerikaanse wervelwind genaamd: Anna van der Breggen rijdt zich naar het zilver. Annemiek van Vleuten is nu goed voor brons.

foto’s:  Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/SWPics/Cor Vos ©

 

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Breggen Anna (Netherlands Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Breggen Anna (Netherlands Boels Dolmans) – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van der Breggen Anna (Netherlands Boels Dolmans) – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Yonamine Eri (Japan / Ale Cipollini) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) and Ruud Zijlmans (KNWU) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott)pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport -Canuel Karol-Ann (Canada / Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Moolman-Pasio Ashleigh (South Africa / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Van Vleuten Annemiek (Netherlands / Mitchelton Scott) illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dygert Chloe (USA / SHO Air -Twenty20) pictured during World Championships – Women Elite – ITT – from Harrogate to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

WK Tijdrijden beloften 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WK Tijdrijden beloften 2019


Mikkel Bjerg uit Denemareken wint voor de derde maal op rij het wereldkampioenschap tijdrijden bij de beloften.

1. Mikkel Bjerg (DEN)
2. Ian Garrison (USA)
3. Brandon Mcnulty (USA)

foto’s: Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/SWPics/Cor Vos ©

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ian Garrison (USA) – Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark / Team Hagens Berman Axeon) – Brandon Mcnulty (USA / Team Rally UHC Cycling) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark / Team Hagens Berman Axeon) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark / Team Hagens Berman Axeon) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brandon Mcnulty (USA / Team Rally UHC Cycling) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dan Hoole (NED) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Nils Eekhoff (Netherlands / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Juri Hollmann (GER) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ian Garrison (USA) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Marc Hirschi (Swiss / Team Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Daan Hole (NED) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ian Garrison (USA) hotseat pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brandon Mcnulty (USA / Team Rally UHC Cycling) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie rain Ben Katerberg (CAN) pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie neutraal teamcao SHIMANO pictured during World Championships – Men Under 23 – ITT – from Ripon to Harrogate (30,3KM) – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos ©

WK Mixed Relay 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WK Mixed Relay 2019

Team Nederland is de eerste wereldkampioen op dit onderdeel! Jos van Emden, Bauke Mollema, Koen Bouwmnan, Riejanne Markus, Lucinda Brand en Amy Pieters waren in Harrogate de snelste tijdrijders.

foto’s:  Davy Rietbergen/Dion Kerckhoffs/SW Pics/Nico Bereecken/Luca Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – Netherlands Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) – Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) – Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv)pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – Netherlands Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) – Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – Netherlands Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Davy Rietbergen//Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) – Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – Netherlands Jos van Emden – Koen Bouwman – Bauke Mollema pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Netherlands – Koen Bouwman – Bauke Mollema and Jos van Emden pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – Netherlands Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) – Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Pieterse Puck (Ned)pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) – Markus Femke (Netherlands / Parkhotel Valkenburg) – Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Netherlands Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) (L) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Netherlands Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) (L) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) – Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) – Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Nico Vereecken/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Brand Lucinda (Netherlands / Sunweb) – Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Team Trek Segafredo) Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) Markus Riejanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Harrogate – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Pieters Amy (Netherlands / Boels Dolmans) pictured during World Championships – Mixed Relay TTT (WC)Time trial from Harrogate to Harrogate (27.6KM – Photo: Dion Kerckhoffs/Cor Vos © 2019

Omloop van het Houtland 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Omloop van het Houtland 2019

Max Walscheid (Team Sunweb) wint in Lichtervelde de Omloop van het Houtland


foto’s: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos ©

 

Lichtervelde – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Max Walscheid (Team Sunweb) pictured during the Omloop van het Houtland 2019 a one day race from Middelkerke to Lichtervelde (186,3KM) – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Lichtervelde – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Danny van Poppel (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Edward Theuns (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo)pictured during the Omloop van het Houtland 2019 a one day race from Middelkerke to Lichtervelde (186,3KM) – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Lichtervelde – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Lars Boom (Netherlands / Team Roompot – Charles) pictured during the Omloop van het Houtland 2019 a one day race from Middelkerke to Lichtervelde (186,3KM) – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Lichtervelde – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during the Omloop van het Houtland 2019 a one day race from Middelkerke to Lichtervelde (186,3KM) – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Lichtervelde – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – pictured during the Omloop van het Houtland 2019 a one day race from Middelkerke to Lichtervelde (186,3KM) – photo Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Primus Classic 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Primus Classic 2019

 
De Primus Classic is voor Edward Theuns. De Belg, rijdend in dienst van team Trek – Segafredo, ontsnapte op 5 kilometer van de meet en hield op de streep een half wiel over op de venijnig sprintende Pascal Ackermann (BORA hansgrohe).
 
 
foto’s: Gregory van Gansen/Cor Vos ©

Haacht – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Edward Theuns (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo) celebrates his win – Pascal Ackermann (Germany / Team Bora – hansgrohe) – Jasper de Buyst (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during the 9th Primus Classic (1.HC) a one day race from Brakel to Haacht (197KM) – photo GvG/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Haacht – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Edward Theuns (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during the 9th Primus Classic (1.HC) a one day race from Brakel to Haacht (197KM) – photo GvG/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Haacht – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Peter Sagan (Slowakia / Team Bora – hansgrohe) pictured during the 9th Primus Classic (1.HC) a one day race from Brakel to Haacht (197KM) – photo GvG/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Haacht – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Edward Theuns (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo) celebrates his win – Pascal Ackermann (Germany / Team Bora – hansgrohe) – Jasper de Buyst (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during the 9th Primus Classic (1.HC) a one day race from Brakel to Haacht (197KM) – photo GvG/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Haacht – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Edward Theuns (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo) celebrates his win with teammates,pictured during the 9th Primus Classic (1.HC) a one day race from Brakel to Haacht (197KM) – photo GvG/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Haacht – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Edward Theuns (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo) celebrates his win with teammates,pictured during the 9th Primus Classic (1.HC) a one day race from Brakel to Haacht (197KM) – photo GvG/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Memorial Pantani 2019

Memorial Pantani 2019


Alexey Lutsenko wint in Cesenatico, de woonplaats van de legendarische Italiaan, ook de Memorial Pantani 2019. Eergisteren won de renner van Team Astana al de Coppa Sabatini .


foto’s: Luca en Roberto Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ – Astana Pro Team) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Davide Formolo (ITA – Bora – Hansgrohe) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alberto Bettiol (ITA – EF Education First) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sonny Colbrelli (ITA – Bahrain Merida) – Vincenzo Nibali (ITA – Bahrain Merida) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Warren pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Davide Formolo (Italy / Team Bora – hansgrohe) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Gianni Moscon (Italy / Team INEOS) (middle) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Columbia / Team INEOS) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Fabio Felline (Italy / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (Columbia / Team INEOS) pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Cesenatico – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie at the start pictured during the Memorial Pantani 2019 a one day race from Castrocaro to Cesenatico 199,9KM – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen 2019

Jannik Steimle, stagiare bij Team Deceuninck Quick Step, wint het Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen. Timo Roosen (Team Jumbo – Visma) is de tweede aankomende renner in Koolskamp.Ploegmaat Dylan Groenewegen wint de sprint van het peloton.

Timo Roosen en Dylan Groenewegen zijn respectievelijk als tweede en derde geëindigd in het Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen. Roosen reed een sterke finale, maar kon de ontsnapte Jannik Steimle net niet achterhalen. Daarachter was Groenewegen de snelste van een gereduceerd peloton.

Waaiers zorgden op vijftig kilometer van de aankomst voor een splitsing in het peloton. Naast Roosen en Groenewegen was ook Mike Teunissen namens Team Jumbo-Visma vertegenwoordigd in de eerste groep.

Roosen kijkt met gemengde gevoelens terug op de finale. “Helaas kwam ik net tekort om er nog bij te komen. Ik heb alles gegeven: meer zat er niet in. We hadden de hoop om met een groepje naar de leider te rijden, maar die was gewoon te sterk. Toen ik alleen kwam te zitten in de laatste twee kilometer heb ik volle bak gereden. Het laatste stuk liep vals plat omhoog. Ik had de hoop dat Steimle daar stil zou vallen, maar hij hield zijn snelheid. Ik geloofde er wel in, maar ik moet genoegen nemen met de tweede plek.”

“Mijn seizoen is ongelukkig begonnen”, vervolgt Roosen. “De laatste weken gaat het weer lekker. Ik ben heel blij dat de vorm weer terug is. Het was mooi geweest als ik dat vandaag met een overwinning had kunnen bekronen. Met deze vorm zit er dit jaar misschien nog wel meer in.”

“Het was een zware wedstrijd”, aldus Groenewegen. “Aanvankelijk zat ik niet in de eerste groep. Ik heb in mijn eentje de oversteek gemaakt, waarna Mike en Timo mij op hebben gewacht. Twee en drie worden ziet er misschien een beetje stom uit, maar toch hebben we een goede koers gereden. Timo kwam erg dichtbij. Het is jammer dat het dan net niet lukt. Morgen is er weer een kans.”

foto’s: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos ©

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Timo Roosen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Jannik Steimle, stagiare Deceuninck Quick Step – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jannik Steimle, stagiare Deceuninck Quick Step pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jonas Koch (Germany / Team CCC) – Yilber Sefa (Tarteletto)pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Timo Roosen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Mark Cavendish (GBR / Team Dimension Data) pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Timo Roosen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Fabio Jakobsen (Netherlands / Team Deceuninck – Quick Step) pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Baptiste Planckaert (Belgium / Team WB Aqua Protect Veranclassic) pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jannik Steimle, stagiare Deceuninck Quick Step pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Timo Roosen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Jannik Steimle, stagiare Deceuninck Quick Step – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Koolskamp – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Timo Roosen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Jannik Steimle, stagiare Deceuninck Quick Step – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 104th Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen (1.1) – Photo: Tim van Wichelen/Cor Vos © 2019

Cycliste Feminin International de l'Ardeche, zevende etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche, zevende etappe

Met maar liefst 5 etappe-overwinningen is Marianne Vos de eindwinnares van de Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche. De 32 jarige kopvrouw van Team CCC laat zien dat zij over iets meer dan een week de grote favoriet is bij het WK in Yorkshire.

CCC-Liv kan terugkijken op een uitstekende Tour de l’Ardèche in Frankrijk. Na vier eerdere ritzeges schoot Marianne vrijdag voor de vijfde keer raak in de zevende en tevens laatste etappe (88 kilometer).

De toprenster kwam solo aan, nadat ze in de laatste 10 kilometer van de rit haar medevluchter Nikola Noskova had gelost. Marianne won het eindklassement, de puntentrui en het combinatieklassement.

Jeanne Korevaar reed een uitstekende ronde. Ze eindigde als tiende in de slotetappe naar Privas en als negentiende in het eindklassement.

Ploegleider Jeroen Blijlevens: “De laatste etappe begon vrij rustig, maar halverwege schoot het peloton toch in gang. Jeanne Korevaar en Marianne Vos zaten uitstekend van voren toen er nog pakweg twintig rensters overbleven. Op de laatste klim, La Croix de Creysseilles, zijn Marianne en Nikola Noskova weggesprongen. Daarna heeft Marianne nog een tandje bijgeschakeld”, zegt ploegleider Jeroen Blijlevens. “Ze is in topvorm en heeft het enkele erkende klimmers hier zeer lastig gemaakt. Vanuit CCC-Liv heeft ze veel steun gehad van Jeanne Korevaar. Zij heeft alle dagen gaten gedicht en is waar nodig meegesprongen.”



foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

 

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Natalia soigneur verzorger – Martijn van As mecanic mekanieker mecanicien – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start – pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Kulynych Olha (Ukraine) pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Santesteban Ane (Spain / WNT Rotor) – pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Tacx bidon pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Koppenburg Clara (Germany / WNT Rotor) pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Noskova Nikola (Czech Republic / Bigla) pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Poidevin Sara (Canada / UHC Rally Cycling) – pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Privas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ragusa Katia (Italy / Bepink) pictured during stage-7 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Chomerac to Privas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Cycliste Feminin International de l'Ardeche, zesde etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche, zesde etappe

Marianne Vos rijdt in de zesde en voorlaatste etappe van de Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche naar haar vierde etappezege. Clara Koppenburg (WNT Rotor) wordt als tweede genoteerd en Arlenis Sierra (Astana Women) uit Cuba finisht als derde.


Marianne Vos heeft woensdag andermaal een straf nummer opgevoerd in de Tour de l’Ardèche. De kopvrouw, leider in de ronde, zat al vroeg in de wedstrijd mee in de aanval. In de sprint in Beauchaste was ze na 111 kilometer sneller dan Clara Koppenburg, samen met Marianne de enig overgebleven vluchter van de dag. Het succes in de zesde etappe bracht de teller bij CCC-LIV op vier ritzeges.

Op de eerste klim van eerste categorie (Les Ambales) werd er stevig doorgereden. Zelfs zo hard dat er nog maar dertien rensters van voren overbleven, onder wie Jeanne Korevaar en Marianne Vos. Hoewel er nadien toch enkele rensters weer terug konden aansluiten, was de toon duidelijk gezet. Na 52 kilometer was er een tussensprint. Daar glipten vier rensters ertussenuit op een aflopende weg. Marianne maakte succesvol de sprong.

Na de afdaling bedroeg de voorsprong anderhalve minuut en moest er meteen weer geklommen worden. Ditmaal een berg van tweede categorie (Montrenaud). Marianne en Clara Koppenburg namen daar samen de benen. “Marianne heeft vervolgens stevig doorgereden om zo veel mogelijk tijdwinst te pakken in het algemeen klassement. In de laatste 8 kilometer is ze niet meer van kop af geweest. Mooi dat ze haar inspanningen kon bekronen met wéér een knappe ritzege”, aldus ploegleider Jeroen Blijlevens.

Marianne gaat aan de leiding in het algemeen klassement en het puntenklassement. Donderdag is er de lastige slotetappe.

foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) Koppenburg Clara (Germany / WNT Rotor) – Sierra Arlenis (Cuba / Astana Women) – pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sierra Arlenis (Cuba / Astana Women) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koppenburg Clara (Germany / WNT Rotor) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) Guderzo Tatiana (Italy / Bepink) – Neylan Rachel (Australia / Team Virtu Cycling) Ragusa Katia (Italy / Bepink) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Gillow Shara (Australia / FDJ) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Meneses Jessenia (Colombia / Team Illuminate) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Meneses Jessenia (Colombia / Team Illuminate) Santesteban Ane (Spain / WNT Rotor) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Meneses Jessenia (Colombia / Team Illuminate) Santesteban Ane (Spain / WNT Rotor) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie tattoo Team Illuminate pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bertizzolo Sofia (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) – pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Beauchastel – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Shapira Omer (Israel / Canyon SRAM) – pictured during stage-6 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Montagut to Beauchastel in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Cycliste Feminin International de l'Ardeche, vijfde etappe

 

 

 

Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche, vijfde etappe

Marta Bastianelli (Team Virtu Cycling) wint in Saint Feliciende solo de vijfde etappe van de Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche. Marianne Vos behoudt de leiding in het algemeenklassement.


De leiderstrui van Marianne Vos is dinsdag niet in gevaar gekomen in de vijfde etappe van de Tour de l’Ardèche. Ze finishte de 113 kilometer lange etappe naar Saint-Félicien als tweede. Marta Bastianelli was minuten daarvoor al over de meet gekomen na een monsterontsnapping van bijna 80 kilometer. Marianne blijft niet alleen drager van de leiderstrui, maar staat ook eerste in het puntenklassement.

Ploegleider Jeroen Blijlevens: “Zeker in het begin was de etappe lastig. Daarin moesten we onder meer over een berg van eerste categorie. Toen Bastianelli in de aanval ging, werd het voor ons een overzichtelijke etappe met een prettig scenario. Bastianelli stond op 22,35 minuten achterstand, dus we hoefden ons niet al te druk te maken. Marianne Vos en Jeanne Korevaar draaiden mee in het overgebleven peloton van veertig rensters en kwamen de etappe goed door. We zijn weer een dag verder. Hopelijk houden we ons in de twee resterende ritten sterk en weten we de zege over de streep te trekken.”

foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bastianelli Marta (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Poidevin Sara (Canada / UHC Rally Cycling) Aalerud Katrine (Norway / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) bike – fiets cadex pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) and Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv)with little fan girl pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Ragusa Katia (Italy / Bepink) pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Ragusa Katia (Italy / Bepink) pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Saint Felicien – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Meneses Jessenia (Colombia / Team Illuminate) pictured during stage-5 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Georges les Bains to Saint Felicien in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Cycliste Feminin International de l'Ardeche, vierde etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche, vierde etappe

 
Vandaag hebben we nieuws te melden! Marianne Vos wint eens niet. Het is Anouska Koster die de vierde Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche wint. De Groningse boerendochter, rijdend voor Team Virtu Cyling, verslaat in Montboucher sur Jarbon Jarmila Machacova (Czech Republich) en Hanna Tserakh.
 
Na drie etappeoverwinningen op rij stond Marianne Vos maandag eens niet op de hoogste podiumtrede van de Tour de l’Ardèche. De beslissing in de vierde etappe viel toen na 25 kilometer wedstrijd een kopgroep van vijftien rensters tot stand kwam. Jeanne Korevaar zat daar namens CCC-Liv keurig bij. Oud-ploeggenoot Anouska Koster was de snelste van die groep. Marianne blijft leider in het algemeen klassement.
 
Ploegleider Jeroen Blijlevens: “Voor ons was dit koersverloop heel gunstig. Marianne Vos zat met haar leiderstrui in het peloton en Jeanne Korevaar reed keurig mee van voren. De kopgroep was niet gevaarlijk voor het algemeen klassement. Het is jammer dat Jeanne niet korter is geëindigd. Als er één renster is die altijd voor de ploeg klaar staat, dan is zij het. We hadden haar graag een kortere klassering gegund.”
 
foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koster Anouska (Netherlands / Team Virtu Cycling) and teammates pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koster Anouska (Netherlands / Team Virtu Cycling) – Krogsgaard Birgitte (Denmark / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Birgitte Krogsgaard (Team Virtu Cycling) – Koster Anouska (Netherlands / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koster Anouska (Netherlands / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton in the mountains – de bergen Bastianelli Marta (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton in the mountains – de bergen Bastianelli Marta (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton in the mountains – de bergen Shapira Omer (Israel / Canyon SRAM) – Aalerud Katrine (Norway / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton in the mountains – de bergen Tereza Korvasova (Cze) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie podium ceremony Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie podium ceremony Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koster Anouska (Netherlands / Team Virtu Cycling) – Jarmila Machakova (Cze) – Tserakh Hannah Minsk Cycling Club pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Maryluz Cardenas (Col) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Franz Heidi (USA / Rally UHC Cycling) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Krogsgaard Birgitte (Denmark / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Poidevin Sara (Canada / UHC Rally Cycling) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Montboucher sur Jarbon – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Nikola Bajgerova (Cze) pictured during stage-4 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Savasse to Montboucher sur Jarbon in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l'Ardeche, derde etappe

 

 

 

Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche, derde etappe

Noemen we dit een zuivere hattrick als je drie etappes in de Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche wint. Marianne Vos presteert het!


In de derde rit trokken drie rensters ten aanval. De laatste van het trio werd op 6 kilometer van de meet teruggepakt. Marianne kwam in het slot met een groepje van vijf aan de leiding en rekende in de technische finale met haar opponenten af.

Ploegleider Jeroen Blijlevens: “Marianne reed de hele dag attent van voren. Op de laatste beklimming van tweede categorie, met de top op 12 kilometer van de finish, heeft ze enkele keren geprobeerd weg te rijden. Ze kwam daar niet los van de concurrentie. Aan de streep was ze echter toch weer de snelste. Een knappe prestatie, want ze had een sterk gezelschap om zich heen.”

Ook Jeanne Korevaar reed andermaal een verdienstelijke koers. “Ze was telkens goed van voren te vinden en schoof mee bij ontsnappingspogingen. Het einde van de etappe was jammer genoeg net iets te veel van het goede. Dat is niet gek, want zaterdag heeft ze lang in de aanval gereden.”

CCC-Liv verloor zondag andermaal een pion wegens fysieke tegenslag. Valerie Demey kampt al enkele dagen met verkoudheid. Zondagnacht verergerde de klachten en dus besloot ze niet meer op te stappen.

foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Garcia Canellas Margarita Victoria (Spain / Movistar Team Women) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Santesteban Ane (Spain / WNT Rotor) – Garcia Canellas Margarita Victoria (Spain / Movistar Team Women) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Asencio Laura (France / WNT Rotor) – pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Biehler Pro Cycling Team pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Teniel Campbell (UCI) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Schweinberger Christina (Austria / Health Mate – Ladies Team) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bertizzolo Sofia (Italy / Team Virtu Cycling) – Aalerud Katrine (Norway / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Apt – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) coffee Tacx bidon pictured during stage-3 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Avignon to Apt in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l'Ardeche, tweede etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche, tweede etappe

 
Marianne Vos *Team CCC) wint ook tweede etappe van de Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche
In de lastige tweede etappe (139 kilometer) van de Tour de l’Ardèche heeft Marianne Vos andermaal haar sterkte getoond. Ze verschalkte in de laatste paar honderd meter Lauren Stephens met wie ze in de finale was overgebleven. Met de tweede opeenvolgende ritzege zit de leiderstrui nog wat steviger om haar schouders.
 
 
Na 40 kilometer wedstrijd reden negen rensters weg. Jeanne Korevaar, opnieuw in een uitstekende vorm, zat mee en pakte met haar medevluchters een maximale voorsprong van 2 minuten en 40 seconden. Op het lastige parcours werd de kopgroep uiteen gereden, maar Jeanne gaf zich niet zomaar gewonnen. Ze reed lang op de tweede positie in de wedstrijd, achter leider Omer Shapira.
Nadat een peloton van dertig rensters Jeanne op 20 kilometer van de streep opslokte, werd op 5 kilometer van de aankomst ook Shapira ingerekend. Ploegleider Jeroen Blijlevens: “In de laatste 2 kilometer van de beklimming naar Mont Lozère plaatste Stephens een demarrage. Marianne twijfelde niet en ging er achteraan. In de laatste tweehonderd meter is ze aangegaan. En met een handvol seconden voorsprong kwam ze over de meet. Ze is op dit moment gewoon ijzersterk.”
Pauliena en Agnieszka staken strijd.
Ondanks de euforie van de tweede ritwinst was er ook een tegenvaller bij CCC-Liv. Agnieszka Skalniak en Pauliena Rooijakkers moesten hun strijd staken. Agnieszka had te veel last van fysiek ongemak en Pauliena kreeg tijdens de tweede etappe koorts.
foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Aalerud Katrine (Norway / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Krogsgaard Birgitte (Denmark / Team Virtu Cycling) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Rooijakkers Pauliena (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Korevaar Jeanne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koppenburg Clara (Germany / WNT Rotor) – Hammes Kathrin (Germany / WNT Rotor) – Pilote-Fortin Gabrielle (Canada / WNT Rotor) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Franz Heidi (USA / Rally UHC Cycling) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Tereza Korvasova (Cze) Noskova Nikola (Czech Republic / Bigla) – Nikola Bajgerova pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Demey Valerie (Belgium / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Le Bleymard Mont Lozere – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) Rooijakkers Pauliena (Netherlands / CCC Liv) – Demey Valerie (Belgium / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-2 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Mende to Le Bleymard Mont Lozere in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l'Ardeche, eerste etappe

Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche, eerste etappe

Marianne Vos (CCC Liv) is haar voorbereiding op het komende WK in Yorkshire goed begonnen. Vandaag wint Vos, solo, de eerste etappe van de Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche
Marianne Vos heeft vrijdag laten zien in vorm te zijn. Ze won de eerste etappe (126 kilometer) van de Tour de l’Ardèche, nadat ze Tatiana Guderzo op anderhalve kilometer van de streep in Aubenas uit het wiel had gereden. Marianne is tevens de eerste leider in het algemeen klassement. De Franse wielerronde duurt nog zes dagen.
 
Na 41 kilometer was er een 14 kilometer lange klim van eerste categorie. Daar ontplofte het peloton. Een groep van circa 25 rensters bleef over. Behalve Marianne Vos was ook Jeanne Korevaar vertegenwoordigd in dit sterke gezelschap. Nadat Guderzo was weggesprongen, trok Marianne na de laatste tussensprint in de tegenaanval. Ze haalde de Italiaanse bij en loste haar op een hellend stuk, op anderhalve kilometer van de meet.
 
Ploegleider Jeroen Blijlevens: “Dit is ongelooflijk sterk werk van Marianne. Ze heeft er net een hoogtestage van zeventien dagen op zitten en is vanuit Livigno rechtstreeks doorgegaan naar de Ardèche. Dat ze dit meteen in de eerste etappe laat zien, is onwijs knap. Ook op de prestatie van Jeanne Korevaar kunnen we heel trots zijn. Ze kon gemakkelijk mee toen het peloton ontplofte en oogde sterk.”
 
Zaterdag staat de koninginnerit van de Tour de l’Ardèche op het programma. Er wacht de rensters een finish bergop.
 
foto’s: Anton Vos/Cor Vos ©

Aubenas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) celebrates her win pictured during stage-1 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Paul Lejeune to Aubenas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Aubenas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Vos Marianne (Netherlands / CCC Liv) pictured during stage-1 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Paul Le Jeune to Aubenas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Aubenas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Moak Summer (USA / Rally UHC Cycling) pictured during stage-1 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Paul Le Jeune to Aubenas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Aubenas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Asencio Laura (France / WNT Rotor) pictured during stage-1 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Paul Le Jeune to Aubenas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

Aubenas – France – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie vintage car pictured during stage-1 of the 17th Tour Cycliste Feminin International de l’Ardeche from Saint Paul Le Jeune to Aubenas in France, a women’s cycling race – photo Anton Vos/Cor Vos © 2019

 

Coppa Sabatini 2019

 

 

Coppa Sabatini 2019

Alexey Lutsenko (Team Astana) is de sterkste in de Coppa Sabatini 2019. Sonny Colbrelli en Simone Velasco finishen als tweede en derde achter de kampioen van Kazachstan.


foto’s: Luca en Roberto Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alexey Lutsenko (Kasachstan / Team Astana) pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Alexey Lutsenko (Kasachstan / Team Astana) pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Ruben Plaza (ESP – Israel Cycling Academy) – Davide Cimolai (ITA – Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Bernal (COL – Team INEOS) pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Daniel Turek (CZE – Israel Cycling Academy) – Davide Cimolai (ITA – Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Bernal (COL – Team INEOS) – Jonathan Castroviejo (ESP – Team INEOS) pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Davide Cimolai (ITA – Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Peccioli – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Coppa Sabatini 2019 – GP citta’ di Peccioli – 67th Edition – Peccioli – Peccioli 195,9 km – 19/09/2019 – photo LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Grand Prix de Wallonie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Prix de Wallonie

Krist Neilands Israel Cycling Academy) wint op de Cyradel van Namen de Grand Prix de Wallonie. Jasper Stuyven (Trek – Segafredo), vorig jaar de winnaar, finisht als tweede en Jasper de Buyst (Lotto – Soudal) staat als derde op het podium

foto’s: Jan de Meuleneir/Cor Vos ©

Namen – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Krists Neilands (Letland / Team Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during ictured during the Grand Prix Wallonie in Namur Belgium – photo Jan de Meulenier/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Namen – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jan Bakelants (Belgium / Team Sunweb) and family pictured during ictured during the Grand Prix Wallonie in Namur Belgium – photo Jan de Meulenier/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Namen – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jasper Stuyven (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during ictured during the Grand Prix Wallonie in Namur Belgium – photo Jan de Meulenier/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Namen – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Krists Neilands (Letland / Team Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during ictured during the Grand Prix Wallonie in Namur Belgium – photo Jan de Meulenier/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Namen – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jasper de Buyst (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) – Krists Neilands (Letland / Team Israel Cycling Academy) – Jasper Stuyven (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during ictured during the Grand Prix Wallonie in Namur Belgium – photo Jan de Meulenier/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Namen – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Krists Neilands (Letland / Team Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during ictured during the Grand Prix Wallonie in Namur Belgium – photo Jan de Meulenier/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Namen – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Krists Neilands (Letland / Team Israel Cycling Academy) – Jasper de Buyst (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during ictured during the Grand Prix Wallonie in Namur Belgium – photo Jan de Meulenier/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Namen – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Krists Neilands (Letland / Team Israel Cycling Academy) – Jasper Stuyven (Belgium / Team Trek Segafredo) pictured during ictured during the Grand Prix Wallonie in Namur Belgium – photo Jan de Meulenier/PN/Cor Vos © 2019

Giro della Toscana 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Giro della Toscana 2019

Giovanni Visconti (Neri Sottoli – Selle Italia – KTM) is in Pentedera de Giro della Toscana 2019 sneller dan Egan Bernal (COL – Team INEOS).


foto’s: Luca Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Pontedera – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Giro della Toscana 2019 – 4th Edition – from Pontedera to Pontedera 204,4 km – 18/09/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Pontedera – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Egan Bernal (COL – Team INEOS) pictured during Giro della Toscana 2019 – 4th Edition – from Pontedera to Pontedera 204,4 km – 18/09/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Pontedera – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Davide Formolo (Italy) pictured during Giro della Toscana 2019 – 4th Edition – from Pontedera to Pontedera 204,4 km – 18/09/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Pontedera – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Giulio Ciccone (Italy) – Davide Formolo (Italy) pictured during Giro della Toscana 2019 – 4th Edition – from Pontedera to Pontedera 204,4 km – 18/09/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Pontedera – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Chun Kai Feng (TWN – Bahrain Merida) pictured during Giro della Toscana 2019 – 4th Edition – from Pontedera to Pontedera 204,4 km – 18/09/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Pontedera – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Andrea Vendrame (ITA – Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec) pictured during Giro della Toscana 2019 – 4th Edition – from Pontedera to Pontedera 204,4 km – 18/09/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Pontedera – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Giovanni Visconti (ITA – Neri Sottoli – Selle Italia – KTM) – Egan Bernal (COL – Team INEOS) pictured during Giro della Toscana 2019 – 4th Edition – from Pontedera to Pontedera 204,4 km – 18/09/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

 

Coppa Bernocchi 2019

Coppa Bernocchi 2019

Phil Bauhaus wint in Legnano de Coppa Bernocchi 2019. Simone Consonni (UAE – Team Emirates) wordt op de streep door de Duitse sprinter van team Bahrain Merida geklopt

foto’s: Luca Bettini/Cor Vos ©

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Phil Bauhaus (BEL – Bahrain Merida) – Simone Consonni (ITA – UAE – Team Emirates) pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Damiano Cima (ITA – Nippo Vini Fantini Faizane’) – Phil Bauhaus (BEL – Bahrain Merida) – Simone Consonni (ITA – UAE – Team Emirates) pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bahrain Merida illustration – sfeer – illustratie globes pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Phil Bauhaus (Germany / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bahrain Merida illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Riccardo Minali (ITA – Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

Legnano – italy – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Manuele Mori (ITA – UAE – Team Emirates) pictured during Coppa Bernocchi 2019 – 101th Edition – Legnano – Legnano 198,2 km – 15/10/2019 – Photo: Luca Bettini/RB/Cor Vos © 2019

De Kustpijl 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

De Kustpijl 2019

Bas van der Kooij (Monkey Town) wint in Knokke – Heist de Kustpijl.

foto’s Quinty Rietbergene/Cor Vos ©

Knokke-Heist – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Arvid De Kleijn (Netherlands / Metec – TKH Continentel Cylingteam p/b Mantel) – Bas Van Der Kooij (Netherlands / Monkey Town – à Bloc CTm) and Jaren v.d. Paar pictured during 48th De Kustpijl (1.2) a one day race from Knokke-Heist to Knokke-Heist (199.6KM) – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Knokke-Heist – Belgium – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Bas Van Der Kooij (Netherlands / Monkey Town – à Bloc CTm) pictured during 48th De Kustpijl (1.2) a one day race from Knokke-Heist to Knokke-Heist (199.6KM) – Photo: Quinty Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2019

Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal 2019

Greg van Avermaet (Team CCC) wint de Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal. De Olympisch kampioen verslaat in en zinderende eindsprint Diego Ulissi (UAE Emirates) en Ivan Garcia Cortina (Bahrain – Merida)

foto’s: Oran Kelly/Cor Vos ©

Montreal – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Greg van Avermaet (Belgium Team CCC) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal (1.UWT) a one day race from Montréal to Montréal (219.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Montreal – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Greg van Avermaet (Belgium Team CCC) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal (1.UWT) a one day race from Montréal to Montréal (219.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Montreal – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Diego Ulissi (Italy / UAE Team Emirates) – Greg van Avermaet (Belgium Team CCC) – Ivan Garcia Cortina (Spain / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal (1.UWT) a one day race from Montréal to Montréal (219.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Montreal – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Diego Ulissi (Italy / UAE Team Emirates) – Greg van Avermaet (Belgium Team CCC) – Ivan Garcia Cortina (Spain / Team Bahrain – Merida) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal (1.UWT) a one day race from Montréal to Montréal (219.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Montreal – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Greg van Avermaet (Belgium Team CCC) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal (1.UWT) a one day race from Montréal to Montréal (219.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec

 
 
Michael Matthews wint voor het tweede achtereenvolgende jaar de Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec.
 
Peter Sagan wordt tweede en Greg van Avermaet finisht als derde.
 
 
Ik ben sprakeloos, ‘straalde Matthews aan de finish. “Om ook dit jaar te winnen hier in Québec. Na een geweldige wedstrijd van het hele team. Het is gewoon ongelooflijk. De jongens hebben de hele dag hard voor me gewerkt! Ik ben blij dat ik het kon afmaken. Ik heb geen andere woorden dan mijn team, mijn vrouw en mijn coaches te bedanken voor alle steun. ”
 
Team Sunweb-coach Michiel Elijzen voegde eraan toe: “Het was een geweldige teaminspanning vandaag door de jongens. Ze namen de verantwoordelijkheid en toonden aan dat we de de overwinning van vorig jaar wilden continueren door het grootste deel van de race vooraan te rijden. Alles ging goed, hoewel de finale een beetje hectisch was, maar Michael wist te winnen met een geweldige sprint in de finale. Het is een welverdiende overwinning die het moreel in het team echt verhoogt en ons motiveert voor de wedstrijd van zondag in Montreal. “
 
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Quebec – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Michael Matthews (Australia / Team Sunweb) – Peter Sagan (Slowakia / Team Bora – hansgrohe) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec (1.UWT) a one day race from Québec to Québec (201.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Quebec – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Peter Sagan (Slowakia / Team Bora – hansgrohe) – Michael Matthews (Australia / Team Sunweb) – Peter Sagan (Slowakia / Team Bora – hansgrohe) – Greg van Avermaet (Belgium Team CCC) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec (1.UWT) a one day race from Québec to Québec (201.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Quebec – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Michael Matthews (Australia / Team Sunweb) – Peter Sagan (Slowakia / Team Bora – hansgrohe) – Greg van Avermaet (Belgium Team CCC) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec (1.UWT) a one day race from Québec to Québec (201.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Quebec – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Peter Sagan (Slowakia / Team Bora – hansgrohe) – Michael Matthews (Australia / Team Sunweb) – Peter Sagan (Slowakia / Team Bora – hansgrohe) – Greg van Avermaet (Belgium Team CCC) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec (1.UWT) a one day race from Québec to Québec (201.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Quebec – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Michael Matthews (Australia / Team Sunweb) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec (1.UWT) a one day race from Québec to Québec (201.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Quebec – Canada – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Michael Matthews (Australia / Team Sunweb) pictured during 10th Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec (1.UWT) a one day race from Québec to Québec (201.6KM – photo Oran Kelly/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour of Britain, achtste etappe

 

Tour of Britain, achtste etappe


In de categorie “Niet te geloven” wint Mathieu van der Poel (Corendon – Circus) de afsluitende achtste etappe van de Tour of Britain. In Manchester is Poeleke de nipte winnaar in de eindsprint. Cees Bol (Team Sunweb) wordt met een banddikte verslagen. Van der Poels directe concurrent Matteo Trentin (Mitchelton – Scott) finisht als derde.

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Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) – Cees Bol (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) – Cees Bol (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) celebrates his third win pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jacob Scott (SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling) and Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) – Dylan van Baarle (Netherlands / Team INEOS)pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Cees Bol (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Manchester – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mike Teunissen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Amund Grondahl Jansen (Norway / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 8 from Altrincham › Manchester 166KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour of Britain, zevende etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tour of Britain, zevende etappe


Matteo Trentin moet in de zevende etappe moedeloos toezien als Mathieu van der Poel weer eens zijn op weergaloze wijze klasse laat zien.


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Burton Dassett Country Park – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 7 from Warwick › Burton Dassett Country Park (188.7KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Burton Dassett Country Park – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 7 from Warwick › Burton Dassett Country Park (188.7KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Burton Dassett Country Park – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Roy Curvers (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) – Cees Bol (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 7 from Warwick › Burton Dassett Country Park (188.7KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Burton Dassett Country Park – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan van Baarle (Netherlands / Team INEOS) – Cameron Meyer (Australia / Team Mitchelton – Scott)pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 7 from Warwick › Burton Dassett Country Park (188.7KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour of Britain, zesde etappe

Tour of Britain, zesde etappe


Edoardo Affini (Team Mitchelton – Scott) wint de zesde etappe, een tijdrit over 14,4 kilometer in en om Pershore.


Matteo Trentin moet de leiderstrui weer afstaan aan Mathieu van der Poel .


Teunissen en Jansen behouden toptiennotering na tijdrit Tour of Britain

Mike Teunissen en Amund Grøndahl Jansen hebben na de individuele tijdrit hun toptiennotering in het klassement van de Tour of Britain behouden. Nederlands kampioen Jos van Emden legde in de rit tegen het uurwerk beslag op de achtste plaats.

De individuele tijdrit over 14,4 kilometer in Pershore was een kolfje naar de hand voor Edoardo Affini.

“Mijn tijdrit viel wat tegen”, aldus Teunissen. “Ik sta nu zevende in het klassement, maar ik had op iets beter gehoopt na vandaag. Het was een lastige tijdrit en allesbehalve vlak. Er stond veel tegenwind. Ik startte snel, wat ook aan mijn prima tussentijd af te lezen is. Helaas kon ik dat tempo niet vasthouden. Morgen is nog een heel lastige etappe met aankomst op een klimmetje. Amund staat nog tiende, dus we gaan zien wat er nog in het vat zit.”


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Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Edoardo Affini (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Amund Grondahl Jansen (Norway / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Ben Swift (GBR / Team INEOS) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Sebastian Langeveld of EF Education First. pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mike Teunissen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Brent van Moer (Lotto – Soudal) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan van Baarle (Netherlands / Team INEOS) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Edoardo Affini (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jos van Emden (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Pershore – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 6 from Pershore to Pershore (14,4KM) ITT Time Trial Individual – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour of Britain, vijfde etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tour of Britain, vijfde etappe

In Engeland is het nog steeds “Oranje boven”. Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo – Visma) snelt in Birkenhead magistraal naar zijn derde dagzege in deze etappe wedstrijd


Matteo Trentin is de nieuwe leider in het algemeenklassement


Hattrick voor Groenewegen in Tour of Britain

Dylan Groenewegen heeft in Birkenhead zijn derde etappezege in de Tour of Britain geboekt. De kopman van Team Jumbo-Visma won de massasprint van de vijfde etappe op soevereine wijze na een lead-out uit het boekje.

Voor Groenewegen is het zijn veertiende zege van het seizoen. Voor Team Jumbo-Visma alweer de 46ste.

Mike Teunissen bleef vijfde in het klassement en Amund Jansen staat achtste. Morgen staat er een tijdrit op het programma.

De etappe in en rond Birkenhead werd gekleurd door een kopgroep van vier renners die werden ingelopen in de finale. Groenewegen verloor op het slotklimmetje positie, maar werd door een sterke Jos van Emden weer naar voren gebracht. Jansen en Teunissen brachten hun kopman vervolgens in een ideale positie naar de laatste tweehonderd meter.

“Ik ben erg blij met mijn derde ritzege”, aldus Groenewegen. “Dit was echt een mooie teamprestatie en een geweldige lead-out. Nochtans had ik een minder gevoel dan de vorige dagen. We hadden de etappe onder controle en Koen heeft heel veel werk verricht in de achtervolging. We zaten op die slotklim niet helemaal ideaal. Met dank aan Jos kwamen we op het juiste moment weer van voren te zitten, waarna Amund en Mike de sprint geweldig aantrokken. Deze zege is niet alleen goed voor mijn moraal, maar ook voor de ploeg.”

“We vonden elkaar net op tijd”, aldus Teunissen. “Uiteindelijk zorgde Jos ervoor dat we goed gepositioneerd aan de slotkilometer konden beginnen. Amund trok de sprint goed aan, waarna ik Dylan ideaal naar de laatste tweehonderd meter kon brengen. Ik hoefde mijn moment alleen maar af te wachten. Koen was vandaag heel sterk en heeft de hele dag gecontroleerd. Het was een prima dag.”

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Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Cees Bol (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Florian Stork (Germany / Development Team Sunweb) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Team Jumbo – Visma ictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Chris Hamilton (Australia / Team Sunweb) – Cees Bol (Netherlands / Team Sunweb) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – breakaway group pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dries De Bondt (Belgium / Team Corendon – Circus) – Lasse Norman Hansen (Denmark / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Birkenhead – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus)pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 5 from Birkenhead to Birkenhead (174,1KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour of Britain, vierde etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tour of Britain, vierde etappe

De ongelooflijk sterke finish van Mathieu van der Poel tijdens de zeventiende etappe van de Vuelta a España doet menigeen denken aan die magnifieke onvergetelijke zege in de afgelopen Amstel Gold Race.


Van der Poel is tevens de nieuwe leider in het algemeenklassement


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Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mike Teunissen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) – Ben Hermans (Belgium / Team Israel Cycling Academy) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie peloton pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie start Team Sunweb pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) ant teammates pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Team Israel Cycling Academy pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Team Sunweb pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan van Baarle (Netherlands / Team INEOS) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) is leading the peloton pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mark Cavendish (GBR / Team Dimension Data) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Chad Haga (USA / Team Sunweb) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kendal – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Jasper de Buyst (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 4 from Gateshead to Kendal (173.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour of Britain, derde etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tour of Britain, derde etappe

Dylan Groenewegen wint de derde etappe van de Tour of Britain. De renner van team Jumbo-Visma is in Newcastle de snelste en rijdt De las tweede aankomende Mathieu van der Poel (Corendon – Circus op drie fietslengtes. Matteo Trentin behoudt wel de leiding in het algemeenklassement.


Dylan Groenewegen heeft op soevereine wijze de derde etappe in de Tour of Britian op zijn naam geschreven. De kopman van Team Jumbo-Visma wist op de hellende aankomststrook in Newcastle met meer dan een fietslengte te winnen op nummer twee Mathieu van der Poel.

Met Mike Teunissen en Amund Grøndahl Jansen had Team Jumbo-Visma nog twee renners in de top tien van de daguitslag. De twee leadoutmannen werden vierde en zesde. In het klassement veranderde er weinig. Teunissen blijft vierde en Jansen is opgeschoven naar de elfde plaats.

Voor Groenewegen is het zijn tweede etappezege in deze editie van de Tour of Britain. Het is bovendien zijn dertiende zege van het seizoen. Daarmee komt de zegeteller van Team Jumbo-Visma op vijfenveertig.

Een kopgroep van zes werd in de slotkilometer ingelopen door toedoen van Team Jumbo-Visma, waarna Teunissen en Jansen hun sprinter in stelling brachten.

“Dit was een mooie dag”, aldus Groenewegen. “Het was nog even spannend of we de kopgroep zouden terughalen, maar de jongens hebben dat perfect getimed. Het was een lastige aankomst, licht hellend en ideaal voor mij. Eerst dacht ik dat ik de sprint te vroeg was aangegaan, maar ik had bij mijn aanzet meteen een gaatje en dat kon ik gelukkig houden. De ploeg was erg indrukwekkend vandaag en de lead-out heel erg goed. Na een moeilijk periode ben ik meer dan blij dat ik vandaag naar mijn tweede zege hier gesprint ben. Dat voelt goed.”

“Alles viel vandaag net goed”, aldus Jansen. “Koen, Jos en Pascal waren erg belangrijk in het terughalen van de kopgroep. Jos heeft Dylan, Mike en mij daarna goed gebracht tot aan de slotkilometer. In de chaos lukte het niet helemaal om in lijn te blijven, maar het pakte goed uit. Dit was wederom een mooie teamprestatie.”

 

 

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Picture by Simon Wilkinson/SWpix.com – 09/09/2019 – Cycling – OVO Energy Tour of Britain – Stage 3: Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England – Dylan Groenewegen of Team Jumbo-Visma Cycling on the podium after winning stage 3.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 3 from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle-upon-Tyne (183.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Newcastle-upon-Tyne – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 3 from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle-upon-Tyne (183.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Newcastle-upon-Tyne – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 3 from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle-upon-Tyne (183.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Newcastle-upon-Tyne – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 3 from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle-upon-Tyne (183.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Newcastle-upon-Tyne – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 3 from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle-upon-Tyne (183.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Newcastle-upon-Tyne – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 3 from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle-upon-Tyne (183.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Newcastle-upon-Tyne – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 3 from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle-upon-Tyne (183.2KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Picture by Zac Williams/SWpix.com – 09/09/2019 – Cycling – OVO Energy Tour of Britain Stage 3 – Berwick Upon Tweed to Newcastle Upon Tyne, Scotland – Dylan Groenewegen wins stage 3.

Tour of Britain, tweede etappe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tour of Britain, tweede etappe

 
 
Matteo Trentin (Mitchelton – (Scott) wint de tweede etappe van de Tour of Britain. Mike Teunissen (Jumbo – Visma) finisht als tweede.
 
 
 
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Kirkcudbright – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) – Mike Teunissen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Jasper de Buyst (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 2 from Kelso to Kelso (165.9KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 2 from Kelso to Kelso (165.9KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Matteo Trentin (Italy / Team Mitchelton – Scott) – Mike Teunissen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma)pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 2 from Kelso to Kelso (165.9KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 2 from Kelso to Kelso (165.9KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 2 from Kelso to Kelso (165.9KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 2 from Kelso to Kelso (165.9KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 2 from Kelso to Kelso (165.9KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – GBR – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) – Frederik Frison (Belgium / Team Lotto Soudal) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 2 from Kelso to Kelso (165.9KM) – photo SWPics/Cor Vos © 2019

Tour of Britain, eerste etappe

 

 

Tour of Britain, eerste etappe

Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo – Visma) is in Kirkcudbright, Schotland na 201.5 kilometer de snelste in de eerste etappe van de Tour of Britain


Dylan Groenewegen heeft de eerste etappe van de Tour of Britain op zijn naam geschreven. De sprinter van Team Jumbo-Visma rondde in Glasgow het teamwerk uitstekend af. Hij is ook de eerste leider in de Britse etappekoers.

In de finale werd Groenewegen uitstekend gepositioneerd door zijn ploeggenoten. De Amsterdammer sprintte alweer naar zijn twaalfde seizoenszege. De overwinning van de 26-jarige Groenewegen betekent de 43e zege van het seizoen voor de Nederlandse ploeg.

“De benen zijn weer goed”, aldus de winnaar. “Na de Tour ging het even iets minder. Ik was wat vermoeid en ongelukkig in de koersen nadien. Gelukkig kon ik vandaag weer winnen. Het team leverde ontzettend goed werk voor mij. We hebben de hele dag de koers gecontroleerd met Koen Bouwman en Pascal Eenkhoorn. Het was een hectische finale, met een korte klim op het einde. We kwamen daar goed overheen. Daarna zijn we hard naar de finish gereden. Daar kon ik het afmaken.”


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Kirkcudbright – Scotland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 1 from Glasgow to Kirkcudbright (201.5KM) – photo Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – Scotland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Dylan Groenewegen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 1 from Glasgow to Kirkcudbright (201.5KM) – photo Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – Scotland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Mathieu Van Der Poel (Netherlands / Team Corendon – Circus) pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 1 from Glasgow to Kirkcudbright (201.5KM) – photo Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – Scotland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – The tour rolls out through Glasgow. pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 1 from Glasgow to Kirkcudbright (201.5KM) – photo Cor Vos © 2019

Kirkcudbright – Scotland – wielrennen – cycling – cyclisme – radsport – Pascal Eenkhoorn (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Koen Bouwman (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Mike Teunissen (Netherlands / Team Jumbo – Visma) – Sebastian Langeveld (Netherlands / Team EF Education First)pictured during 16th OVO Energy Tour of Britain (2.HC) – stage 1 from Glasgow to Kirkcudbright (201.5KM) – photo Cor Vos © 2019