Interview - 04/10 - 17:37

Primoz Roglic: “I managed to win something!”

It is just unbelievable. It was so close. I never stopped believing and pushed all the way to the finish - and it came down to centimetres! It is an incredible feeling. This has been a really long period for me away from home - almost three months. I’m very happy and really proud of the whole team. Tom [Dumoulin] was really good in the final kilometres, but it wasn’t...

Interview - 04/10 - 17:36

Marc Hirschi: “It just happened”

Actually I had a really good day today. I don’t know what happened in the final sprint. I haven’t seen the images as of now, so it’s hard to say anything about it. For sure [Julian] Alaphilippe touched my wheel. But it’s the way he sprinted, it just happened. I was close to his wheel and he moved a little bit sideways.

I didn’t expect this...

Interview - 04/10 - 17:35

Tadej Pogačar: “A moment changed everything”

I have some mixed feelings after that finish. I felt really good all day long. My team worked hard and I was able to make the final selection. In the final straight I felt great when I started sprinting; I was going for the win and a moment changed everything. I’m glad I managed to avoid crashing and finish the race.

It was a real pleasure to participate in Liège-Bastogne-Liège....

The stage film - 04/10 - 17:29

Payback for Roglic

175 riders took the start on the 106th edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège at 10:24, ready to race over 258 kilometres from Liège to Bastogne and back. It was after nine kilometres that Iñigo Elosegui (Movistar Team), Kobe Goossens (Lotto-Soudal), Alexander Kamp (Trek-Segafredo), Michael Schär (CCC Team), Kenny Molly (Bingoal WB), Omer Goldstein (Israel...

Newsflashes - 04/10 - 16:59

Primoz Roglic wins!

According to Tissot, the winner is Primoz Roglic!! 2nd place for Julian Alaphilippe over the finish line, right before Hirschi, Pogačar and Mohoric.

Newsflashes - 04/10 - 16:56

It's going to be a photo-finish!

Close finish between Alaphilippe and Roglic.

Newsflashes - 04/10 - 16:55

Mohoric to contend the sprint

The Bahrain-McLaren rider has made it to the front of the race with 500 meters to go

Newsflashes - 04/10 - 16:55

Last kilometre!

It will come down to a four-man sprint in the centre of Liège

Newsflashes - 04/10 - 16:53

Mohoric trying to bridge back on his own

The Slovenian rider has attacked from the chasing group and is only 10" behind the frontrunners.

Newsflashes - 04/10 - 16:51

14" with 5 kilometres to go!

Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step), Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma), Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) and Marc Hirschi (Team Sunweb) have a 14" lead on the dozen riders who are on their pursuit.

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