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Bretagne Classic – Ouest-France 2018 vince Naesen davanti Valgren e Wellens

Oliver Naesen (AG2R La Mondiale) ha vinto  l’edizione 2018 della Bretagne Classic – Ouest-France. Il belga ha preceduto il danese Michael Valgren (Astana) e il belga Tim Wellens (Lotto-Soudal). Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) e Ruben Guerreiro (Trek-Segafredo) completano la top 5. L’ex campione belga succede nell’albo d’oro a Elia Viviani (Quick-Step pavimenti), vincitore dello scorso anno e impeganto ora nella Vuelta di Spagna.

Bretagne Classic – Ouest-France 2018 ordine di arrivo

 

PosNomeNazioneTeamTempo
01Oliver Naesen1990 Belgium AG2R La Mondiale6t 16′ 32″
02Michael Valgren1992 Denmark Astana Pro Team00″
03Tim Wellens1991 Belgium Lotto – Soudal03″
04Michael Matthews1990 Australia Team Sunweb1′ 13″
05Ruben Guerreiro1994 Portugal Trek – Segafredo1′ 13″
06Zdenek Stybar1985 Czech Republic Quick-Step Floors1′ 13″
07Olivier Le Gac1993 France Groupama – FDJ1′ 15″
08Valentin Madouas1996 France Groupama – FDJ1′ 17″
09Benoit Cosnefroy1995 France AG2R La Mondiale1′ 18″
10Fabio Jakobsen1996 Netherlands Quick-Step Floors1′ 24″
11Alexander Kristoff1987 Norway UAE Team Emirates1′ 24″
12Amund Grøndahl Jansen1994 Norway Team LottoNL – Jumbo1′ 24″
13John Degenkolb1989 Germany Trek – Segafredo1′ 24″
14Hugo Houle1990 Canada Astana Pro Team1′ 24″
15Dion Smith1993 New Zealand Wanty – Groupe Gobert1′ 24″
16Simone Velasco1995 Italy Wilier Triestina1′ 24″
17Christophe Laporte1992 France Cofidis, Solutions Credits1′ 24″
18Romain Hardy1988 France Team Fortuneo – Samsic1′ 24″
19Anthony Roux1987 France Groupama – FDJ1′ 24″
20Sonny Colbrelli1990 Italy Bahrain – Merida1′ 24″
21José Joaquin Rojas1985 Spain Movistar Team1′ 24″
22Julien Simon1985 France Cofidis, Solutions Credits1′ 24″
23Mads Würtz Schmidt1994 Denmark Katusha – Alpecin1′ 24″
24Lilian Calmejane1992 France Direct Energie1′ 24″
25Maximiliano Richeze1983 Argentina Quick-Step Floors1′ 24″
26Enrico Battaglin1989 Italy Team LottoNL – Jumbo1′ 24″
27Yoann Offredo1986 France Wanty – Groupe Gobert1′ 24″
28Koen De Kort1982 Netherlands Trek – Segafredo1′ 24″
29Leonardo Basso1993 Italy Team Sky1′ 24″
30Rui Costa1986 Portugal UAE Team Emirates1′ 24″
31Quentin Pacher1992 France Vital Concept1′ 24″
32Daryl Impey1984 South Africa Mitchelton – Scott1′ 24″
33Edoardo Zardini1989 Italy Wilier Triestina1′ 24″
34Delio Fernandez Cruz1986 Spain Delko Marseille – Provence1′ 24″
35Antwan Tolhoek1994 Netherlands Team LottoNL – Jumbo1′ 24″
36Edvald Boasson Hagen1987 Norway Dimension Data1′ 24″
37Michael Schär1986 Switzerland BMC Racing Team1′ 24″
38Diego Ulissi1989 Italy UAE Team Emirates1′ 24″
39Sep Vanmarcke1988 Belgium Team EF Education First – Drapac1′ 24″
40Lorrenzo Manzin1994 France Vital Concept1′ 24″
41Tanel Kangert1987 Estonia Astana Pro Team1′ 24″
42Alex Dowsett1988 Great Britain Katusha – Alpecin1′ 24″
43Andriy Grivko1983 Ukraine Astana Pro Team1′ 24″
44Daniel Oss1987 Italy Bora – Hansgrohe1′ 24″
45Carlos Verona1992 Spain Mitchelton – Scott1′ 24″
46Enrico Gasparotto1982 Italy Bahrain – Merida1′ 24″
47Simon Gerrans1980 Australia BMC Racing Team1′ 24″
48Angelo Tulik1990 France Direct Energie1′ 24″
49Sergey Chernetski1990 Russia Astana Pro Team1′ 24″
50David Gaudu1996 France Groupama – FDJ1′ 24″
51Arthur Vichot1988 France Groupama – FDJ1′ 24″
52Danilo Wyss1985 Switzerland BMC Racing Team1′ 24″
53Xandro Meurisse1992 Belgium Wanty – Groupe Gobert1′ 24″
54Jasper De Buyst1993 Belgium Lotto – Soudal1′ 24″
55Tim Declercq1989 Belgium Quick-Step Floors1′ 24″
56Silvan Dillier1990 Switzerland AG2R La Mondiale1′ 24″
57Jimmy Turgis1991 France Cofidis, Solutions Credits1′ 32″
58Michael Gogl1993 Austria Trek – Segafredo1′ 32″
59Clement Venturini1993 France AG2R La Mondiale2′ 11″
60Pawel Poljanski1990 Poland Bora – Hansgrohe2′ 11″
61Bakhtiyar Kozhatayev1992 Kazakhstan Astana Pro Team2′ 11″
62Rafael Valls1987 Spain Movistar Team2′ 55″
63Romain Sicard1988 France Direct Energie3′ 42″
64Lars Bak1980 Denmark Lotto – Soudal3′ 54″
65Grega Bole1985 Slovenia Bahrain – Merida3′ 56″
66Sam Oomen1995 Netherlands Team Sunweb4′ 27″
67Patrick Muller1996 Switzerland Vital Concept6′ 30″
68Maxime Bouet1986 France Team Fortuneo – Samsic6′ 31″
69Nikias Arndt1991 Germany Team Sunweb6′ 31″
70Johan Le Bon1990 France Vital Concept6′ 32″
71Thomas Boudat1994 France Direct Energie6′ 32″
72Iuri Filosi1992 Italy Delko Marseille – Provence6′ 33″
73Arnaud Courteille1989 France Vital Concept6′ 33″
74Cyril Gautier1987 France AG2R La Mondiale6′ 35″
75Pascal Eenkhoorn1997 Netherlands Team LottoNL – Jumbo7′ 51″
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