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Mailand San Remo Live Vidéo - Milan-San Remo en LIVE VIDEO sur La Chaine L'Equipe VideoMILÁN SAN REMO en DIRECTO rueda de preguntas - Juan Flecha LiveBox - Smith MTS 7. Lediglich die letzten 36 Kilometer der "Classicissima" bleiben unverändert. Milano-Sanremo vorgestellt. Sometimes you just feel it's all pointing the way of one rider. Van Aert can handle the Browsergames Aufbauspiele, will welcome the increase in elevation gain, and, as he showed Spielregeln Risiko last year's Tour, has a vicious sprint. Finish at around pm CET pm U.
The big question has to be whether Deceuninck-QuickStep 's Julian Alaphilippe is ready to defend his victory, with the Frenchman having been unable to truly show himself during last weekend's Strade Bianche thanks to no fewer than six punctures.
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Lotto Soudal 's Philippe Gilbert could, in fact, yet be the biggest story. Milan-San Remo is the only one of cycling's five Monuments the Belgian has not yet won, with a best finish of third back in and He'd be a popular winner if he could do it, too, while teammate Caleb Ewan will be waiting in the wings if it all comes down to a reduced-bunch sprint on the Via Roma in San Remo.
Stybar is arguing with Kung as Demare gets a word in from behind. QuickStep want help, by the looks of it. Big surge in pace from Groupama, and that's it for Oss in the blink of an eye.
AG2R to the fore, too. The trio is caught as Burghardt sets the pace for Bora. Alaphilippe is there looking around.
This descent is key. Time can be won and lost He has to take every risk here. Alaphilippe is such a daring descender and Van Aert is no slouch either.
The gap's the same. The rest are several seconds further back. The rest of the reduced bunch is only a handful of seconds back.
Every risk being taken here by Alaphilippe. The road will soon flatten out and collaboration will be crucial. Van Aert is taking a swig but gets on with his job.
Still descending. The pair have a tenuous lead but it's not like there are organised teams behind. Who will take repsonsibility for the chase? Van Aert on the front into the final He looks over but Alaphilippe is planted there now.
That was a nail-biting sprint. As they slowed in the final m it looked like the rest could come back but they soon picked it up and it was a super close contest.
Alaphilippe looked the more sprightly in style and looked on course to overhall Van Aert, who was churning a bigger gear, but the Frenchman's bike started swinging ever-more desperately, as the Belgian continued to force the power through the pedals.
Half a wheel in it on the line. Gilbert sprinted long but the leading duo were gone and he'll have to wait another year to try for that fifth Monument.
I can't believe I've taken these these two victories in a row. I don't have words actually. I know everyone says that when they win a Monument but to start the second part of the season like this That was the only thing on my mind.
Actually, it didn't happen. He went quite early and I had to close a little gap. I dropped again but there was nobody behind my so I had no choice but to keep pushing and I was rewarded because I came back on the downhill.
It was hard to do the right pace and still keep something for the sprint but in the end it was enough, because it was only half a wheel.
Wout van Aert wins thrilling Milan-San Remo. We've already got loads of great photos in our gallery. This was the Poggio attack. This was a huge moment in the career of Wout Van Aert, the first of what you suspect will be many Monuments.
Flanders and Roubaix are also well within his grasp. He's a rider who could mark a generation, and right now he's outshining his old cyclo-cross rival Mathieu van der Poel.
What makes this all-the-more amazing is the fact that Van Aert's young career was almost ended by that horrible crash into the barriers in the Tour de France time trial last year.
There was no guarantee he'd return to his old level, but he has surpassed it. A superstar, if not before then definitely now.
My form is steadily getting better, after the Strade Bianche I have definitely improved but I'm not in a position yet where I could have responded to Van Aert and Alaphilippe on the Poggio.
I think my season starts at the Tour de France this year and, in my view, I'm on the right track. I'm really happy to be on the podium.
I knew that Wout would be really strong, he was the biggest favourite and deserved the victory. On the downhill I felt I couldn't make the difference alone, so we worked together until the last2km.
Full results are now available here. That's it from us for today. We have a full report, full results, and a photo gallery in our report page.
We'll be bringing you all the reaction and fall-out from San Remo shortly too, so keep an eye on Cyclingnews this evening. Thanks for joining us today.
Cyclingnews The World Centre of Cycling. Live coverage. The battle is on to form a breakaway. Go, go, I insist. The gap is only just above three minutes now.
The gap has stabilised once more at Five riders on the deck, including two from CCC. Six left out front. It's now. They have just 35 seconds now.
The catch is about to be made. Bais jumps on board and it's game over for the other three. All together. Gruppo Compatto! Still a few kms to go.
Declercq has dropped back for him but no one else has. They have Nizzolo, Valgren, and Boasson Hagen.
Just a small one. It's a Wanty rider who hits the deck but he's back on his feet. It's Loic Vliegen. The Australian is dangling off the back.
They catch Ciccone now. Due to have taken place in March, the race will be the first cycling Monument of and is set to be the longest Milan-San Remo ever, with a remodelled km route to make allowances for Covid Riders will now tackle an inland route through Lombardia, Piedmont and all the way down to the Ligurian Riviera rather than the traditional coastal roads, due to the coronavirus fears of some local authorities.
The lineup will also look different, with 27 teams set to start with six riders; a move made by organisers in acknowledgment of the hit that cycling outfits have taken this year.
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I am more than happy about it. Probably all the professional riders strive to compete in this monumental race, to win it — is a true dream of most of them, and the same applies to me.
Of course, I understand that it is my first year in professionals and it's all about getting valuable experience, continuous development and being valuable for the team.
Competing with the best cyclists in the world certainly makes me stronger, so I look forward to crossing the start line in Milan and will do everything possible for the result.
Who will attack and when? There are all these questions. Nobody is really able to say what will happen. Until we see the final, then everything seems easy to predict.
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However, some sprinters are out of the race so that could change the dynamics a little bit and as usual, we will be going there with the whole team around Greg.