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Julian Alaphilippe vince la Clasica Ciclista San Sebastian 2018

Julian Alaphilippe vince la Clasica Ciclista San Sebastian 2018

Julian Alaphilippe  Quick-Step Floors ha battuto in uno sprint a due  Bauke Mollema  Trek-Segafredo ed ha vinto la Clasica Ciclista San Sebastian 2018.  Alaphilippe e Mollema hanno guadaganto un vantaggio di 30 secondi negli ultimi 8 km della gara. Anthony Roux FDJ ha regolato un gruppetto di corridori arrivati a 16”.

Una brutta caduta ai meno 20 km ha coinvolto diversi corridori tra cui Egan Bernal (Team Sky) e Mikel Landa (Team Movistar) che sono stati entrambi trasportati in ospedale.

Migliore degli italiani Diego Ulissi UAE Team Emirates 17° al traguardo.

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Clasica Ciclista San Sebastian 2018 ordine di arrivo

 

PosNameBornNationTeamTime
01Julian Alaphilippe1992 France Quick-Step Floors6t 03′ 45″
02Bauke Mollema1986 Netherlands Trek – Segafredo00″
03Anthony Roux1987 France Groupama – FDJ16″
04Greg Van Avermaet1985 Belgium BMC Racing Team16″
05Julien Simon1985 France Cofidis, Solutions Credits16″
06Rigoberto Uran1987 Colombia Team EF Education First – Drapac16″
07Ion Izagirre1989 Spain Bahrain – Merida16″
08Robert Gesink1986 Netherlands Team LottoNL – Jumbo16″
09Steven Kruijswijk1987 Netherlands Team LottoNL – Jumbo16″
10Antwan Tolhoek1994 Netherlands Team LottoNL – Jumbo16″
11Rudy Molard1989 France Groupama – FDJ20″
12Daniel Martin1986 Ireland UAE Team Emirates43″
13Toms Skujins1991 Latvia Trek – Segafredo48″
14Igor Anton1983 Spain Dimension Data49″
15Daryl Impey1984 South Africa Mitchelton – Scott51″
16Vyacheslav Kuznetsov1989 Russia Katusha – Alpecin51″
17Diego Ulissi1989 Italy UAE Team Emirates51″
18Pello Bilbao1990 Spain Astana Pro Team51″
19James Knox1995 Great Britain Quick-Step Floors51″
20Jelle Vanendert1985 Belgium Lotto – Soudal51″
21Nicolas Edet1987 France Cofidis, Solutions Credits51″
22Alex Aranburu1995 Spain Caja Rural – Seguros RGA51″
23Pieter Serry1988 Belgium Quick-Step Floors51″
24Omar Fraile1990 Spain Astana Pro Team52″
25Mikel Nieve1984 Spain Mitchelton – Scott52″
26Jonathan Castroviejo1987 Spain Team Sky1′ 13″
27Steve Morabito1983 Switzerland Groupama – FDJ1′ 13″
28Julien Bernard1992 France Trek – Segafredo1′ 13″
29Simon Clarke1986 Australia Team EF Education First – Drapac1′ 13″
30Daniel Martinez1996 Colombia Team EF Education First – Drapac1′ 13″

 

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