Interview - 16/06 - 17:58

Julian Alaphilippe: "I wanted one more stage win"

“I’m very satisfied with my week of racing. It’s been hard. We raced seriously every day and at the end I have a stage win and the polka dot jersey. I can be happy with that. I enjoyed wearing this jersey, it motivated me for going to the front again today. I never gave up. I tried to win one more stage today after I secured the KOM. But I’ve paid for...

Interview - 16/06 - 17:53

Jakob Fuglsang: "Easy and perfect"

“I was expecting the day to be even harder than it eventually happened to be but my team controlled it in a perfect way from the beginning. For me, it was a jump in a blue limousine until the finish. We got a nice group sent out. I don’t know what happened to Adam Yates but it seems that he stopped for some reasons and Steven Kruijswijk got some problems. The cold...

Interview - 16/06 - 17:43

Dylan van Baarle: “The plan was to help Wout Poels"

“The plan was for Gianni [Moscon] and myself to go in the breakaway to try to help Wout [Poels] but it ended up a little bit differently. I’m so happy this week. It was with ups and downs. Everybody knows what happened with Chris [Froome]. The team did a really great job after that. I’m just really happy. In the past I really struggled in this race but I’ve...

Interview - 16/06 - 17:36

Wout van Aert: “It’s been a nice week but I’m exhausted”

“It’s been a hard day because I was sick this morning but all I wanted was to complete the stage to be able to keep the green jersey till the end. It’s been a nice week but now I’m exhausted. The last three days have been long but I overcame the difficulties although we didn’t experience high altitudes.”

Interview - 16/06 - 17:30

Bjorg Lambrecht: “I didn’t come for GC, it’s special to win this”

“It’s been a really hard race, especially because of the different changes of weather with rain, cold and sun. But I’m very happy with the shape I had here and the first place I got in the best young rider classification. I didn’t come here for GC but I was better than I expected. Now standing here in the white jersey is unbelievable. It’s definitely...

The stage film - 16/06 - 17:15

Van Baarle wins, Fuglsang is the champion in Champéry

The last stage of the 71st Critérium du Dauphiné went to Dylan van Baarle (Team Ineos) throughout a breakaway from far out. The Dutchman beat Australia’s Jack Haig (Mitchelton-Scott) whose team-mate and former race leader Adam Yates pulled out as many riders got sick the day after they faced very difficult stormy conditions. Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) won his...

Newsflashes - 16/06 - 17:00

Fuglsang wins the 71st Critérium du Dauphiné

Top 5:

1. Dylan van Baarle

2. Jack Haig

3. Carl Fredrik Hagen

4. Warren Barguil

5. Sepp Kuss

Jakob Fuglsang is the overall winner.

Newsflashes - 16/06 - 16:58

Pinot on the move

Thibaut Pinot speeds up at the front of the yellow-blue jersey group

Newsflashes - 16/06 - 16:57

Van Baarle wins stage 8

Dylan van Baarle wins stage 8 in Champéry

Newsflashes - 16/06 - 16:56

Haig first at montée de Champéry

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