Interview - 08/10 - 17:56

Lewis Askey: "Normally, I don’t have the right to miss a sprint like this"

"I’m always disappointed when I miss the win, and that’s the case here because I feel I missed something. In a few weeks, I’ll probably be happy with the race I just had, but right now, it’s too early. At this moment, it’s disappointment. I felt, from the start, that I was in good shape. I felt it on the bike all day, except when I found myself...

Interview - 08/10 - 17:40

Riley Sheehan : "I couldn't believe it"

"Yesterday, I was just happy to be back racing in France. [To win] I couldn't believe it… I had no expectation but I knew we had a good team. In the final, we had the good numbers and I knew that I can try. It's super special for me [to be the first american to win Paris-Tours]. It's a really hard time in US with the lack of big races. This year, I wanted to prove for...

The stage film - 08/10 - 17:16

Sheehan, the huge American surprise

A crazy race, a completely undecided scenario in the hot dust of the vineyard paths, and a completely new winner: it's Riley Sheehan, a trainee with Israel-Premier Tech, who won this 117th Paris-Tours after a very close sprint against his four breakaway companions. It's the first victory for the 23-year-old American. A major first, too, for the United States, which had never...

Newsflashes - 08/10 - 16:39

Huge surprise, victory for Riley Sheehan (Israel)!

It's the first professional win for the American

Newsflashes - 08/10 - 16:37

Last kilometer!

The five men are still in the lead.

Newsflashes - 08/10 - 16:35

18 seconds with 2 kilometers to go

Jumbo-Visma and Intermarché Circus Wanty are leading the peloton

Newsflashes - 08/10 - 16:32

15 seconds of advantage for the front group

Behind, it's Arkea leading the peloton with five kilometers to go

Newsflashes - 08/10 - 16:27

Five leaders now

Olivier Le Gac (Groupama FDJ), Tobias Halland Johannessen (Uno X), Riley Sheehan (Israel), and Joris Delbove (St Michel) have now caught up with the impressive leader, Lewis Askey (Groupama FDJ)

Newsflashes - 08/10 - 16:25

Attack by Olivier Le Gac!

The Frenchman is making the effort in the chasing group. 10 km to the line.

Newsflashes - 08/10 - 16:21

The race leader enters the last vineyard path

Lewis Askey (Groupama FDJ) still has a thirty-second lead

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