Interview - 23/04 - 18:28

Remco Evenepoel: “Always special to win Liège, especially in this jersey”

Today’s was a super tough race on very hard conditions. It's amazing to make two out of two in Liège. The first Liège was a surprise, but this second one was a goal. It’s always special to win a race like this one, especially in this jersey. I wanted to have this picture in order to hang it framed at home. My team was super strong and controlled from...

Interview - 23/04 - 18:09

Santiago Buitrago: “I feel so humbled”

On paper, our leader for today’s race was Mikel Landa. Being able to play my own cards has been surprising to me. Even if I am always prepared for the best, it’s hard to get my head around the fact that I have landed a podium here. Remco was just too strong – we couldn’t follow him even if we knew he was going to attack. Coming into the finish, I knew...

Interview - 23/04 - 17:49

Tom Pidcock: “Pleased with my first podium in a Monument”

I can’t be disappointed after my first podium in a Monument. We all knew that Remco Evenepoel was going to attack where he attacked. Later in the next climb he was pushing too hard and my legs were getting heavier and heavier. I could either try to follow him, go really deep and maybe get away with nothing, or wait and try to get the second place.
As for my Classics...

The stage film - 23/04 - 17:11

Evenepoel comes in colours into Liège

172 riders took the start at 10:35 in the 109th edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège, which was held over a 258,1-kilometre course from Liège to Bastogne – and back. There were three non-starters: Samuele Battistella (Astana Qazaqstan), Sam Oomen and Tosh van der Sande (Jumbo-Visma). Six riders took flight as the flag dropped: Jason Osborne (Alpecin-Deceuninck),...

Newsflashes - 23/04 - 16:55

Madouas, Martin and Benoot are 5th, 6th and 7th

They attacked in the final kilometres from the main group, that finished led by Konrad, Skjelmose and Hirschi.

Newsflashes - 23/04 - 16:53

Pidcock and Buitrago come home 2nd and 3rd

Ben Healy is 4th.

Newsflashes - 23/04 - 16:51

That’s it! Remco Evenepoel has done it again!

The current world champion has won his second straight Liège-Bastogne-Liège.

Newsflashes - 23/04 - 16:50

Remco under the red kite

Just one kilometer left for Remco Evenepoel as he enters the Quai des Ardennes in Liège.

Newsflashes - 23/04 - 16:50

Remco is already enjoying his victory

2 kilometres to go as he celebrates the win with the Soudal-Quick Step team car.

Newsflashes - 23/04 - 16:47

5 kilometers to go!

The Pidcock trio is 1'30" behind Evenepoel and has a 30" advantage on its chasing group.

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