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...
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...
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....
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...
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.
It's going to be a photo-finish!
Close finish between Alaphilippe and Roglic.
Mohoric to contend the sprint
The Bahrain-McLaren rider has made it to the front of the race with 500 meters to go
It will come down to a four-man sprint in the centre of Liège
Mohoric trying to bridge back on his own
The Slovenian rider has attacked from the chasing group and is only 10" behind the frontrunners.
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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