Cycling Krists Neilands (25), the grand prix of Wallonia, won the game. The Latvian rider of the Israel Cycling Academy proved to be the strongest in the Citadel of Namur. Jasper Stuyven (Trek Segafredo) was runner-up, Jasper de Buyst (Lotto Soudal) was the third.

Follow Jasper Stuyven himself as the winner of the grand prix of Wallonia (belgium) and, he says, as are also the legs of his non-selection for the world cup? That was the million dollar question in today’s Names.

After an hour, a course, a flight of five riders, Nico Denz (AG2R-La Mondiale), Tom Wirtgen (Wallonie-Bruxelles), Baptiste Planckaert (Wallonia and Brussels), Alex Evans (SEC), and Julien Van den Brande (Tarteletto). The peloton kept everything under control, under the direction of the Pull-Segafredo, which Stuyven is the current winner in its ranks, had been.

Wirtgen, Evans and Van den Brande, had to fix the front. Planckaert, and Nz fought each other, with an unequal struggle against the rising end of it. At fifteen kilometers from the end, it was their song, the gig is over, and the game could totally break loose.