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Lampert vince per la seconda volta consecutiva la Dwars door Vlaanderen

Yves Lampaert Quick-Step Floors, ha vinto anche quest’anno la Dwars door Vlaanderen 2018. In fuga con altri 4 corridori, a un km dal traguardo il corridore belga ha sorpreso tutti con uno scatto che gli ha permesso di vincere con margine  la sua seconda Dwars door Vlaanderen. Dietro di lui al secondo posto Mike Teunissen Team Sunweb e al terzo Sep Vanmarcke Team EF Education First – Drapac. Quarto Edvald Boasson Hagen Team Dimension Data e quinto Mads Pedersen Trek-Segafredo, che facevano parte del quintetto. Zdenek Stybar ha regolato il gruppetto dei più diretti inseguitori tra cui Tiesj Benoot, Greg Van Avermaet e l’onnipresente Alejandro Valverde. Primo degli italiani, Gianni Moscon Team Sky dodicesimo.


 

Dwars door Vlaanderen 2018 ordine di arrivo

 

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Yves Lampaert 1991  Belgium  Quick-Step Floors 4t 09′ 40″
02 Mike Teunissen 1992  Netherlands  Team Sunweb 02″
03 Sep Vanmarcke 1988  Belgium  Team EF Education First – Drapac 02″
04 Edvald Boasson Hagen 1987  Norway  Team Dimension Data 02″
05 Mads Pedersen 1995  Denmark  Trek – Segafredo 02″
06 Zdenek Stybar 1985  Czech Republic  Quick-Step Floors 29″
07 Tiesj Benoot 1994  Belgium  Lotto – Soudal 30″
08 Greg Van Avermaet 1985  Belgium  BMC Racing Team 59″
09 Niki Terpstra 1984  Netherlands  Quick-Step Floors 59″
10 Jasper Stuyven 1992  Belgium  Trek – Segafredo 59″
11 Alejandro Valverde 1980  Spain  Movistar Team 59″
12 Gianni Moscon 1994  Italy  Team Sky 59″
13 Timo Roosen 1993  Netherlands  Team LottoNL – Jumbo 59″
14 Magnus Cort 1993  Denmark  Astana Pro Team 2′ 42″
15 John Degenkolb 1989  Germany  Trek – Segafredo 2′ 42″
16 Christophe Laporte 1992  France  Cofidis, Solutions Credits 2′ 42″
17 Danny Van Poppel 1993  Netherlands  Team LottoNL – Jumbo 2′ 42″
18 Jasper De Buyst 1993  Belgium  Lotto – Soudal 2′ 42″
19 Jempy Drucker 1986  Luxembourg  BMC Racing Team 2′ 42″
20 Christophe Noppe 1994  Belgium  Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise 2′ 42″
21 Christoph Pfingsten 1987  Germany  Bora – Hansgrohe 2′ 42″
22 Luke Rowe 1990  Great Britain  Team Sky 2′ 42″
23 Heinrich Haussler 1984  Australia  Bahrain – Merida 2′ 42″
24 Edward Theuns 1991  Belgium  Team Sunweb 2′ 42″
25 Michael Schär 1986  Switzerland  BMC Racing Team 2′ 42″
26 Piet Allegaert 1995  Belgium  Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise 2′ 42″
27 Jurgen Roelandts 1985  Belgium  BMC Racing Team 2′ 42″
28 Bert Van Lerberghe 1992  Belgium  Cofidis, Solutions Credits 2′ 42″
29 Hugo Houle 1990  Canada  Astana Pro Team 2′ 42″
30 Amund Grøndahl Jansen 1994  Norway  Team LottoNL – Jumbo 2′ 42″
31 Luke Durbridge 1991  Australia  Michelton – Scott 2′ 42″
32 Sven Erik Bystrøm 1992  Norway  UAE Team Emirates 2′ 42″
33 Jonas Rickaert 1994  Belgium  Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise 2′ 42″
34 Sacha Modolo 1987  Italy  Team EF Education First – Drapac 2′ 42″
35 Tony Martin 1985  Germany  Team Katusha – Alpecin 2′ 42″
36 Maximiliano Richeze 1983  Argentina  Quick-Step Floors 2′ 42″
37 Daniel McLay 1992  Great Britain  Team EF Education First – Drapac 2′ 42″
38 Søren Kragh Andersen 1994  Denmark  Team Sunweb 4′ 01″
39 Justin Jules 1986  France  WB Veranclassic Aqua Protect 6′ 47″
40 Roy Curvers 1979  Netherlands  Team Sunweb 6′ 47″
41 Jasha Sütterlin 1992  Germany  Movistar Team 6′ 47″
42 Ryan Mullen 1994  Ireland  Trek – Segafredo 6′ 47″
43 Iljo Keisse 1982  Belgium  Quick-Step Floors 6′ 47″
44 Laurens De Vreese 1988  Belgium  Astana Pro Team 6′ 47″
45 Kenneth Vanbilsen 1990  Belgium  Cofidis, Solutions Credits 6′ 47″
46 Maxime Farazijn 1994  Belgium  Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise 6′ 47″
47 Julien Vermote 1989  Belgium  Team Dimension Data 6′ 47″
48 Nico Denz 1994  Germany  Ag2r La Mondiale 6′ 47″
49 Nils Politt 1994  Germany  Team Katusha – Alpecin 6′ 47″
50 August Jensen 1991  Norway  Israel Cycling Academy 6′ 47″
51 Frederik Backaert 1990  Belgium  Wanty – Groupe Gobert 6′ 47″
52 Lucas Spengler 1994  Switzerland  WB Veranclassic Aqua Protect 6′ 47″
53 Maarten Wynants 1982  Belgium  Team LottoNL – Jumbo 6′ 47″
54 Hector Carretero Milla 1995  Spain  Movistar Team 6′ 47″
55 Pascal Ackermann 1994  Germany  Bora – Hansgrohe 6′ 47″
56 Francisco Ventoso 1982  Spain  BMC Racing Team 6′ 47″
57 Nick Dougall 1992  South Africa  Team Dimension Data 6′ 47″
58 Gregory Rast 1980  Switzerland  Trek – Segafredo 6′ 47″
59 Jonathan Dibben 1994  Great Britain  Team Sky 6′ 47″
60 Nairo Quintana 1990  Colombia  Movistar Team 6′ 47″
61 Lukasz Wisniowski 1991  Poland  Team Sky 6′ 47″
62 Guillaume Van Keirsbulck 1991  Belgium  Wanty – Groupe Gobert 6′ 47″
63 Vyacheslav Kuznetsov 1989  Russia  Team Katusha – Alpecin 6′ 47″
64 Jack Bauer 1985  New Zealand  Michelton – Scott 6′ 47″
65 Luka Mezgec 1988  Slovenia  Michelton – Scott 6′ 47″
66 Stijn Vandenbergh 1984  Belgium  Ag2r La Mondiale 6′ 47″
67 Borut Bozic 1980  Slovenia  Bahrain – Merida 6′ 47″
68 Dmitriy Gruzdev 1986  Kazakhstan  Astana Pro Team 6′ 47″
69 Maxime Vantomme 1986  Belgium  WB Veranclassic Aqua Protect 6′ 47″
70 Mitchell Docker 1986  Australia  Team EF Education First – Drapac 6′ 47″
71 Dion Smith 1993  New Zealand  Wanty – Groupe Gobert 6′ 47″
72 Sylvain Chavanel 1979  France  Direct Energie 6′ 47″
73 Romain Bardet 1990  France  Ag2r La Mondiale 6′ 47″
74 Adrien Petit 1990  France  Direct Energie 6′ 47″
75 Stefan Küng 1993  Switzerland  BMC Racing Team 6′ 47″
76 Alexander Kristoff 1987  Norway  UAE Team Emirates 6′ 47″
77 Gijs Van Hoecke 1991  Belgium  Team LottoNL – Jumbo 6′ 47″
78 Kristjan Koren 1986  Slovenia  Bahrain – Merida 6′ 47″
79 Ian Stannard 1987  Great Britain  Team Sky 6′ 47″
80 Ben Swift 1987  Great Britain  UAE Team Emirates 6′ 47″
81 Dylan Groenewegen 1993  Netherlands  Team LottoNL – Jumbo 6′ 47″
82 Jelle Wallays 1989  Belgium  Lotto – Soudal 6′ 47″
83 Wout Van Aert 1994  Belgium  Verandas Willems – Crelan 6′ 47″
84 Alex Edmondson 1993  Australia  Michelton – Scott 6′ 47″
85 Aime Degendt 1994  Belgium  Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise 6′ 47″
86 Geoffrey Soupe 1988  France  Cofidis, Solutions Credits 6′ 47″
87 Lars Ytting Bak 1980  Denmark  Lotto – Soudal 11′ 49″
88 Guillaume Boivin 1989  Canada  Israel Cycling Academy 11′ 49″
89 Romain Cardis 1992  France  Direct Energie 11′ 49″
90 Milan Menten 1996  Belgium  Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise 11′ 49″
91 Casper Pedersen 1996  Denmark  Aqua Blue Sport 11′ 49″
92 Lawrence Naesen 1992  Belgium  Lotto – Soudal 11′ 51″
93 Alexandre Pichot 1983  France  Direct Energie 11′ 51″
94 Tom Van Asbroeck 1990  Belgium  Team EF Education First – Drapac 11′ 51″
95 Cyril Lemoine 1983  France  Cofidis, Solutions Credits 11′ 51″
96 Ryan Gibbons 1994  South Africa  Team Dimension Data 11′ 51″
97 Carlos Barbero Cuesta 1991  Spain  Movistar Team 11′ 51″
98 Stijn Steels 1989  Belgium  Verandas Willems – Crelan 11′ 51″
99 Marco Marcato 1984  Italy  UAE Team Emirates 11′ 51″
100 Kiel Reijnen 1986  USA  Trek – Segafredo 11′ 51″
101 Mathew Hayman 1978  Australia  Michelton – Scott 11′ 54″
102 Alvaro Jose Hodeg 1996  Colombia  Quick-Step Floors 11′ 54″
103 Loic Chetout 1992  France  Cofidis, Solutions Credits 11′ 54″
104 Dennis Van Winden 1987  Netherlands  Israel Cycling Academy 11′ 54″
105 Michael Hepburn 1991  Australia  Michelton – Scott 11′ 54″
106 Gediminas Bagdonas 1985  Lithuania  Ag2r La Mondiale 11′ 54″
107 Jorge Arcas Pena 1992  Spain  Movistar Team 11′ 54″
108 Wesley Kreder 1990  Netherlands  Wanty – Groupe Gobert 11′ 54″
109 Yoann Offredo 1986  France  Wanty – Groupe Gobert 11′ 54″
110 Rüdiger Selig 1989  Germany  Bora – Hansgrohe 11′ 54″
111 Koen de Kort 1982  Netherlands  Trek – Segafredo 11′ 54″
112 Kristoffer Halvorsen 1996  Norway  Team Sky 11′ 54″
113 Benjamin Perry 1994  Canada  Israel Cycling Academy 11′ 54″
114 Zico Waeytens 1991  Belgium  Verandas Willems – Crelan 11′ 54″
115 Nikias Arndt 1991  Germany  Team Sunweb 12′ 01″
116 Lennard Hofstede 1994  Netherlands  Team Sunweb 12′ 01″
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