Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma): “I can feel proud of this podium”
With a bit more luck, I would have finished second today, but I’ve done my best and I can feel proud that I’ve stood on the podium today. The climb to La Redoute has been very fast. When Remco broke away many teams tried to chase him back, but he was too strong. As for me, my strategy was to wait until La Roche-aux-Faucons to see if I could be amongst the best guys...
Quinten Hermans (Intermarché-Wanty Gobert): “I didn’t know I was sprinting for the second place”
This 2nd place kind of feels like a victory. I didn’t realize what I had done until 10 minutes after the race. It is still sinking in, I think. I actually didn’t know for which place we were racing for. I had been just suffering for many kilometres, looking at my stem… and I didn’t know the race situation. I knew Remco was up the road, but little else....
Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl): “Today I felt the best Remco had come back”
I’m really happy to win Liège-Bastogne-Liège like this. It’s a race I really wanted to win once in my life. To do it on my first participation makes me feel really proud. It wasn’t the plan to take off that early, but I felt really good today. To get the opportunity to win and finish it off on a beautiful way is big and very special. It’s...
It’s Liège at first sight for Evenepoel
Veni, vidi, Remco. The Belgian rider took over Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl’s leadership baton from his teammate Julian Alaphilippe, who crashed out of contention with 62 kilometres to go, and pulled off an amazing solo ride to win Liège-Bastogne-Liège on his maiden participation in La Doyenne. No one could match Evenepoel’s impressive attack atop the legendary...
Quinten Hermans 2nd, Wout van Aert 3rd
48” seconds behind the winner Remco Evenepoel. Ineos’ Daniel Martínez is 4th, Bora’s Sergio Higuita comes home in 5th place.
Remco Evenepoel wins Liège-Bastogne-Liège
What an excellent ride.
One kilometer to go! This race is Evenepoel’s!
Impressive show from the Belgian rider.
30" and 50" for Evenepoel with 3 kilometres to go
The Belgian rider has 30" on Vlasov and 50" on the first chase group.
Van Aert trying to play a part
The Belgian national champion is right now pulling in the chase group. But this race seems to be Evenepoel’s…
Enric Mas devotes himself to the chase
The Movistar Team rider is pulling at the front of the chase group – but he is just not fast enough as to bring Evenepoel back.
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