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Valverde -a 40″ de Yates- sortea la técnica CRI de Budapest; una etapa para Sicilia y el Etna

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#LaÚltimaBala y Movistar Team ya disfrutan del Giro 2022 en Budapest

Alejandro Valverde e Iván Sosa comparecieron ante los medios de comunicación y asistieron al acto de lanzamiento de la ‘Corsa Rosa’ en la Plaza de los Héroes de la capital húngara.

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— Dani Sánchez to movistarteam.com

Development team at Carpathian couriers race in beautiful streets of Budapest

Daniel Holt, Development Team General Manager (USA) :

Very simple Prologue. 1km out, 180 degree turn, 1km back. Since it was such a short drag, it was important to start strong from the very beginning, get aero, save some energy before the turn around, then full gas to the finish. Overall, I’m happy with everyone.

— tnn to www.teamnovonordisk.com

‘Omloopje’ in Budapest results in 8th place for Barbier and Hermans on the final podium

Was it a criterium or an omloop in the final stage of the Tour de Hongrie? The distance of 92 kilometers in the city center of Budapest suggested it was the first. However, the laps of 7.6 kilometers each were a bit too long to call it a crit.

And however you want to describe the ultimate stage in Hungary, it was a spectacle for both riders and spectators. On the flat, beautiful circuit, Israel Start-Up Nation was battling on two fronts.

Firstly: the mass sprint. With Rudy Barbier (still recovering from his crash in stage three) the team had a chance for the stage victory. Secondly: ISN had Ben Hermans, who was second in the general classification after his performance on the final climb yesterday.

Hermans indeed kept second place. Barbier got the team another top-10.

— Sjors Beukeboom to israelcyclingacademy.com