The stage film - 11/10 - 15:16

Pedersen takes over

Casper Pedersen (Team Sunweb) claimed his biggest success as a professional rider on Sunday as he dominated Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R-La Mondiale) in a 2-man sprint on the Avenue de Grammont. At 24 years old, he brings Denmark a 4th success in Paris-Tours, two years after his teammate Soren Kragh Andersen, who couldn’t defend his chances in the finale due to a crash....

Interview - 11/10 - 16:00

Nieuwenhuis: ”A great collective performance”

Joris Nieuwenhuis: “There was tension at the start, but not so much because it was tailwind. It was also nervous ahead of the finale, Kragh Andersen crashed hard and that was a big blow for the team. I was behind at that moment and I couldn’t get in the group when Cosnefroy accelerated. I had to control and hide myself in the chasing group until I got 3rd. It’s...

Interview - 11/10 - 15:43

Cosnefroy: "When your rival is stronger, there’s nothing else to do but salute him"

Benoit Cosnefroy : “I did the race I want to do. There wasn’t much of an opening in the finale and I ended up battling it out with a rider who’s stronger than me in the sprint. I was disappointed when I crossed the line not to bring the victory to the team after they worked brilliantly for me all day long. But when your rival is stronger, there’s nothing...

Interview - 11/10 - 15:37

Pedersen: “It’s wonderful”

Casper Pedersen :”It was a dream to get a result here. I came out of the Tour with a good shape. Soren Kragh Andersen was our leader but I was extremely motivated to be up there in the finale as well. The first attacker often goes a long way. When a group attacked in the first vineyard track, after a push from Romain Bardet, I went for it. I had already sprinted against...

Newsflashes - 11/10 - 14:49

Pedersen wins Paris-Tours!

Casper Pedersen (Team Sunweb) narrowly edges Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R-La Mondiale) on the line. Joris Nieuwenhuis (Team Sunweb) dominates the sprint for 3rd.

Newsflashes - 11/10 - 14:47

Flamme rouge

Cosnefroy and Pedersen are set to battle it out on the Avenue de Grammont.

Newsflashes - 11/10 - 14:45

Cosnefroy and Pedersen work well together

The gap with 2.5km to go: 24''.

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