Matthias Skgelmus Jensen Resists opponents’ attacks and takes home Luxembourg Tour 2022. Young athlete Trek-Segafredo finished in second place as he reached the Luxembourg capital, finishing behind him. Valentine Madwas (Groupama-FDJ), who doubled after the success of the opening, but before that Kevin Focklen (Arkéa-Samsic), who before the start was only 3 seconds behind the Dane in the general classification. still fun Matthew Trentin (UAE Emirates Team) H Marco Tizza (Bingoal Pauwels), fifth and ninth respectively at the finish, made it into the group just behind the four leaders.
The stage was moved by Sander Armée (Cofidis), Pierre Rolland (B&B Hotels-KTM), Felix Gall (AG2R Citroën), and Joel Nicolau (Caja Rural-Seguros RGA), today’s escape champions, but they didn’t really have many an advantage. , given that Gal and Roland weren’t too far behind in the rankings.
The race caught fire about 30 kilometers from the finish, when Groupama-FDJ and Alpecin-Deceuninck started to pick up the pace to try to impeach leader Skjelmose. But the Dane found in Julio will be An excellent friend, given that Abruzzo was the only teammate who stayed by his side until the last kilometres.
Up front, Nicolau was the first to lose contact, while Gale, on the penultimate pass on the Pabeierbierg, separated Rolland and Armée, trying everything. So the race was decided in the final clip on Baberberg’s malicious tear, when Maddus tried the decisive dash with partner Kevin Geneitz, called off the escape and toured 1,500m from the finish. However, Skjelmose and Vauquelin managed to stay behind the Groupama-FDJ duo, while Trentin and Teza were unable to join the quartet for a handful of metres.
The race was then decided by a sprint to 4, fired long, with little risk, by Skjelmose, but then Madouas won. For the Dane, the 6-inch bonus is enough and they are moving up for the general classification, ahead of Vauquelin and Madouas himself. In the general classification, Trentin occupies sixth place.
1 – Valentine Maduas (@Groupama-FDJ) at 4h36’08”
2. Mattias Skjelmose Jensen (Trek-Segafredo) Street
3. Kevin Vauquelin (Arkéa-Samsic) Street
4. Kevin Enjoys (Groupama-FDJ) Street
5. Matthew Trentin (UAE Team Emirates) +03″
6. Axel Lawrence (B&B Hotels-KTM) Street
7. Remy Mertz (Bingual Bowles) Street
8. Dorian Godon (AG2R Citroën) Street
9. Marco Tizza Street (Penguin Bowles)
10. Shored Bucks (Albicin-Deaconinc) Street
1 – Matthias Schgelmus Jensen (Trek Segafredo) at 17, 43 and 29″
2 – Kevin Vocklin (Arkia Samsik) +05″
3 – Valentin Maduas (Groupama-FDJ) +17″
4 – Shored Backs (Alpecin-Deconinic) +23″
5. Kevin Enjoys (Groupama-FDJ) +31 inch
6. Mathieu Trentin (UAE Team Emirates) +40″
7 – Jonas Grigaard (Uno-X) +53″
8. Benjamin Thomas (Cofidis) +55″
9. Aaron Jett (Bolton Equities Black Spoke) +56″
10. Ron Heregodts (SportVlaanderen-Baloise) +57″