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3107, 2017

Monfort in the attack in Tour de Pologne

After two short and flat stages, the riders faced the first mountain stage in the Tour de Pologne. There were four category one climbs on the 161-kilometres course between Jaworzno and Szczyrk. The […]

3007, 2017

Sprint in Tour de Pologne and RideLondon

Just as yesterday, there was another short stage in the Tour de Pologne. The riders had to cover 142 kilometres, including three laps on a local circuit of seventeen kilometres in Katowice. Four […]

2807, 2017

Preview Clásica San Sebastián and RideLondon

This weekend, there are two WorldTour races on the calendar. On Saturday, there is the Clásica San Sebastián, followed by the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic on Sunday. Lotto Soudal starts both races with the […]

2707, 2017

Preview Tour de Pologne

The 74th edition of the Tour de Pologne will take place between Saturday 29 July and Friday 4 August. The WorldTour race is ideally suited for riders who want to start the second half […]

2607, 2017

Tosh Van der Sande third in the final stage Tour de Wallonie

The Tour de Wallonie has ended today with a 182-kilometres stage between Chièvres and Thuin. Just as in stage three, the final stage finished on a steep hill: the Mur de Thuin. In the final […]

2507, 2017

Belgian selection European Championships Herning

From Wednesday 2 to Sunday 6 August, the European championships will take place in Herning. Lotto Soudal has a delegation of riders present in both the elite men, women U23 and men U23 […]

2507, 2017

De Buyst sprints to fifth place in Tour de Wallonie

The shortest stage in the Tour de Wallonie was scheduled for today. There were only two climbs in the 164 kilometres between Brussels and Profondeville, which made the stage ideally suited for a […]

2407, 2017

Jelle Vanendert 4th in stage 3 Tour de Wallonie

The third stage of the Tour de Wallonie was once again hilly, mostly in the final half of the stage. The stage ended on the steep Mur Saint-Roch, a one-kilometre climb with an average […]

2307, 2017

André Greipel second on the Champs-Élysées

As usual, the Tour de France ended with a bunch sprint on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. Dylan Groenewegen started his sprint early and held off all the other riders. André Greipel made a […]