Classement général Tour de Romandie 2023

Le classement général final du Tour de Romandie 2023

Le classement général final du Tour de Romandie 2023

Retrouvez le classement général complet du Tour de Romandie 2023 remporté par Adam Yates (UAE Team Emirates).

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CLASSEMENT. Adam Yates (UAE Team Emirates) a remporté le classement général final du Tour de Romandie 2023 . Vainqueur de l’étape reine au sommet de Thyon 2000 , le Britannique n’a pas été inquiété sur la dernière étape et s’est imposé pour la première fois de sa carrière sur l’épreuve suisse. Il a devancé la révélation américaine de l’année : Matteo Jorgenson (Movistar), tandis que l’expérimenté Damiano Caruso (Bahrain Victorious) a pris la 3e place du général. A noter la belle prestation de Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ), 5e, et celle d’ Egan Bernal (INEOS Grenadiers) qui a signé son meilleur résultat depuis son retour.

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Classement général – Tour de Romandie 2023

  • YATES Adam ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) en 17:12:42
  • JORGENSON Matteo ( MOVISTAR TEAM ) + 0:19
  • CARUSO Damiano ( BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS ) + 0:27
  • POOLE Max ( TEAM DSM ) + 0:38
  • PINOT Thibaut ( GROUPAMA – FDJ ) + 0:41
  • UIJTDEBROEKS Cian ( BORA – HANSGROHE ) + 1:21
  • BARDET Romain ( TEAM DSM ) + 1:28
  • BERNAL Egan ( INEOS GRENADIERS ) + 1:53
  • DUNBAR Eddie ( TEAM JAYCO ALULA ) m.t.
  • MAJKA Rafal ( UAE TEAM EMIRATES ) + 2:07
🎉👏 Double for Adam Yates at the @TourDeRomandie 🇨🇭. 💬 @AdamYates7 : “I am very happy. It was a really good performance from the team.” Full report: https://t.co/9SUZlSyK3c #UAETeamEmirates #WeAreUAE #TDR2023 pic.twitter.com/X3IrF9iV8P window._taboola = window._taboola || []; _taboola.push({mode:'thumbnails-mid', container:'taboola-mid-article-thumbnails', placement:'Mid Article Thumbnails', target_type: 'mix'}); — @UAE-TeamEmirates (@TeamEmiratesUAE) April 29, 2023

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Tour de Romandie 2023 route

Six stages across the high alpine mountains of Switzerland and parts of France

Route map for 2023 Tour de Romandie

The Tour de Romandie returns for a 76th edition, April 25-30, 2023, with six days of racing across the high alpine mountains of Switzerland that serve as a proving ground for teams looking for climbing and time trialling to prepare for the Grand Tours.

Similar to last year, there are 702.5 kilometres of racing, but 25.5 of that comes across two time trials, an opening prologue in Le Bouveret on the southern shore of Lake Geneva and 18.75 on stage 3.

Last year Aleksandr Vlasov  (Bora-Hansgrohe) unseated Rohan Dennis (Jumbo-Visma) in an uphill time trial on the final day of racing to secure the title. This year the moves in the ITT may be negated by big mountains, as the 18.75km race against the clock comes mid-race at Châtel-Saint-Denis to the north-east of Lake Geneva. 

Not only are the races against the clock enticing for conditioning prior to the Giro d'Italia as well as the Tour de France , but Romandie packs in 12,991 metres of elevation gain across the six days. After the second ITT a giant mountain contest looms from Sion to Thyon 2000 for the penultimate day that finishes at 2,000 metres. The decisive stage 5 is a hilly finale that leads to Geneva. 

Prologue: Le Bouveret, Port Valais to Le Bouveret, Port Valais

The week begins with a long but flat prologue, 6.8km in the village of Le Bouveret, tucked on the southernmost end of Lake Geneva in Port-Valais. 

The opening kilometres head south and then turn after 2.5km to follow the Rhône River as it empties into the lake. Like the river waters, the riders will rush to the finish on the banks of Lake Geneva and set early GC expectations in the city centre of Le Bouveret. 

Stage 1: Crissier to Vallée de Joux

The second day of racing is a hilly day of 170.9km from Crissier to La Vallée de Joux (Le Sentier) that the sprinters may survive. 

The first set of category 2 climbs hit just 7.5km apart in the first half of racing, the Fontanezier (4.5km at 7.8%) and the Mauborget (5.4km at 7.9%), the second reaching 1,190 metres. Another 50km later, with a long descent from Sainte-Croix leading to Vallorbe, the Col Mont d’Orzeires (3.8km at 6.9%) must be crested to clear the way for the finale. 

It is a relatively flat 48km to thesouth shore of Lac de Joux, the largest body of water in the Jura mountains. Look for a bunch finish in Le Sentier. 

Stage 2: Morteau to La Chaux-de-Fonds

Stage 2 begins in Morteau, France and covers 162.7km of rugged terrain to the Swiss finish in La Chaux-de-Fonds. The first 73km are on French soil and provide rolling terrain to warm the legs for a second half packed with five categorised climbs that provide the bulk of 3,172 metres of elevation gain on the day. 

Once crossing the Franco-Swiss river in the tranquil setting of Biaufond, the Swiss roads turn skyward at Basset (7.6km at 7.6%). The first of two ascents of Le Communal (1.6km at 7.6%) come 14km later, with intermediate sprint points on the initial crest. From Col de la Vue des Alpes (5.4km at 4.6%), there is along descent  back to the mountains of Neuchâtel via La Tourne (4.6km at 7.1%), then the Communal hill a second time. 

The final 10.7km lead directly to the finish at La Chaux-de-Fonds, which organisers have set as a stunning punctuation for their version of  ‘Champs-Elysées’. 

Stage 3: Châtel-Saint-Denis to Châtel-Saint-Denis (ITT)

Unlike past years when the individual time trial stage stopped the time and GC outcome on the final day, the ITT is now a mid-race affair. The 18.75km race against the clock is set in Châtel-St-Denis, located between Lake Geneva and the Friborg mountains. 

It is a demanding ride that begins with a few flat kilometres. Then, a challenging but not severe climb hits mid-way from Frasse to Les Paccots followed by a technical descent on the final 5.5km to finish.

Stage 4: Sion to Thyon 2000

There is a total of 4,345 metres of elevation gain for the queen stage on Saturday. Stage 4, 161.6km, combines a pair of third-category climbs with a pair of first-category climbs in the lead up to a mountaintop finish at Thyon 2000 ski area, located on the western slope of the Val d'Hérens in central Valais with a  final 20km all uphill.

Two towering castles of Valère and Tourbillon overlook the start in Sion, which only provides 4km of flat roads before the punchyl category 3 ascent of Chamoson (2km at 7.3%). The road flattens for the next 20km in the approach to Anzère, a long 14.5km ascent that averages 7% and should serve for attacks. Another 10km later is the climb of Lens (3.5km at 6.5%), and then a long descent and valley section with an intermediate sprint leading to the Suen climb, 13.6km with almost a 7% average gradient. 

There is another chance for sprint points on the descent, then the signature climb of a little more than 20km to the top of Thyon 2000.

Stage 5: Vufflens-la-Ville to Geneva

The final day of racing begins in Vufflens-la-Ville in the south-west district of Gros-de Vaud. The valleys and hills set the stage for the sprinters by the end of the 170.8km

Stage 5. It’s a rolling day with 2,506 metres of climbing, but only two classified climbs, the toughest at Grand Fuey (5.8km at 7.4%) just beyond the mid-point of the race. Le Molard (3.7% at 6.3%) follows 25km later, with a few uncategorised hills that lead to the final intermediate sprint just beyond Trélex. From there it is a fast 32km to the finish in Geneva on the Quai du Mont-Blanc.

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Tour de Romandie 2023 – étape 3 : Classement complet

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Retrouvez le classement complet de la 3e étape du Tour de Romandie remportée vendredi à Châtel-Saint-Denis par Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates), qui s’est montré le plus rapide sur un chrono frôlant avec les 20 kilomètres.

🏅🇪🇸Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates) Gana la Etapa 3 del Tour de Romandía 2023🇨🇭 #TDR2023 #TDR #TourdeRomandie #Noticiclismo #Ciclismo pic.twitter.com/V4HI5IlUFX — NotiCiclismo 🇪🇸 #VoltaCatalunya103 (@Noticiclismo1) April 28, 2023

1 – AYUSO Juan (UAE Team Emirates) en 25:15 2 – JORGENSON Matteo (Movistar Team) + 0:05 3 – YATES Adam (UAE Team Emirates) + 0:17 4 – OLIVEIRA Nelson (Movistar Team) + 0:18 5 – BARTA Will (Movistar Team) + 0:19 6 – CARUSO Damiano (Bahrain – Victorious) + 0:20 7 – BJERG Mikkel (UAE Team Emirates) + 0:24 8 – FOSS Tobias (Jumbo-Visma) m.t 9 – MÄDER Gino (Bahrain – Victorious) + 0:25 10 – POOLE Max (Team DSM) + 0:27 11 – FISHER-BLACK Finn (UAE Team Emirates) + 0:28 12 – BRENNER Marco (Team DSM) + 0:30 13 – CASTROVIEJO Jonathan (INEOS Grenadiers) m.t 14 – TEJADA Harold (Astana Qazaqstan Team) + 0:33 15 – TAARAMÄE Rein (Intermarché – Circus – Wanty) + 0:34 16 – MARTINEZ Lenny (Groupama – FDJ) + 0:35 17 – SUTER Joel (Tudor Pro Cycling Team) + 0:37 18 – PINOT Thibaut (Groupama – FDJ) + 0:39 19 – ČERNÝ Josef (Soudal – Quick Step) + 0:41 20 – CAVAGNA Rémi (Soudal – Quick Step) + 0:46

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21 – HAYTER Ethan (INEOS Grenadiers) + 0:49 22 – HERRADA Jesús (Cofidis) m.t 23 – ONLEY Oscar (Team DSM) + 0:50 24 – SOBRERO Matteo (Team Jayco AlUla) + 0:51 25 – MAJKA Rafał (UAE Team Emirates) + 0:52 26 – SWEENY Harry (Lotto Dstny) + 0:54 27 – VOISARD Yannis (Tudor Pro Cycling Team) m.t 28 – MONIQUET Sylvain (Lotto Dstny) m.t 29 – CARR Simon (EF Education-EasyPost) + 0:55 30 – GESINK Robert (Jumbo-Visma) + 0:56 31 – CHRISTEN Jan (Switzerland) + 0:57 32 – BARDET Romain (Team DSM) m.t 33 – UIJTDEBROEKS Cian (BORA – hansgrohe) m.t 34 – JUNGELS Bob (BORA – hansgrohe) + 0:58 35 – DUNBAR EddievTeam Jayco AlUla) + 0:59 36 – BERNAL Egan (INEOS Grenadiers) m.t 37 – PRICE-PEJTERSEN Johan (Bahrain – Victorious) + 1:02 38 – ROMEO Iván (Movistar Team) m.t 39 – HARPER Chris (Team Jayco AlUla) + 1:03 40 – CHAMPOUSSIN Clément (Team Arkéa Samsic ) m.t

41 – ZWIEHOFF Ben (BORA – hansgrohe) + 1:04 42 – KEPPLINGER Rainer (Bahrain – Victorious) + 1:08 43 – JUUL-JENSEN Christopher (Team Jayco AlUla) + 1:10 44 – CRADDOCK Lawson (Team Jayco AlUla) + 1:11 45 – DENZ Nico (BORA – hansgrohe) + 1:12 46 – BOUCHARD Geoffrey (AG2R Citroën Team) + 1:13 47 – PADUN Mark (EF Education-EasyPost) + 1:15 48 – PEDERSEN Casper (Soudal – Quick Step) + 1:18 49 – GLOAG Thomas (Jumbo-Visma) + 1:19 50 – ZANA Filippo (Team Jayco AlUla) + 1:22 51 – DE GENDT Thomas (Lotto Dstny) m.t 52 – MASNADA Fausto (Soudal – Quick Step) m.t 53 – KRUIJSWIJK Steven (Jumbo-Visma) + 1:24 54 – MEINTJES Louis (Intermarché – Circus – Wanty) + 1:25 55 – CORT Magnus (EF Education-EasyPost) + 1:26 56 – BERTHET Clément (AG2R Citroën Team) + 1:29 57 – VAN EMDEN Jos (Jumbo-Visma) + 1:35 58 – PETERS Nans (AG2R Citroën Team) + 1:36 59 – ELISSONDE Kenny (Trek – Segafredo) + 1:37 60 – DEVENYNS Dries (Soudal – Quick Step ) m.t

61 – HAMILTON Chris (Team DSM) + 1:38 62 – REICHENBACH Sébastien (Tudor Pro Cycling Team) + 1:39 63 – WOODS Michael (Israel – Premier Tech) + 1:42 64 – RODRÍGUEZ Cristián (Team Arkéa Samsic) + 1:46 65 – OSBORNE Jason (Alpecin-Deceuninck) + 1:47 66 – GOOSSENS Kobe (Intermarché – Circus – Wanty) + 1:48 67 – CHAMPION Thomas (Cofidis) + 1:50 41.538 68 – VERNON Ethan (Soudal – Quick Step) m.t 69 – SEPÚLVEDA Eduardo (Lotto Dstny) m.t 70 – GERMANI Lorenzo (Groupama – FDJ) m.t 71 – HERMANS Quinten (Alpecin-Deceuninck) + 1:51 72 – AMADOR Andrey (EF Education-EasyPost) m.t 73 – EIKING Odd Christian (EF Education-EasyPost) + 1:54 74 – COSTIOU Ewen (Team Arkéa Samsic) + 1:55 75 – PAASSCHENS Mathijs (Lotto Dstny) + 1:56 76 – CALMEJANE Lilian (Intermarché – Circus – Wanty) + 1:58 77 – SCHULTZ Nick (Israel – Premier Tech) + 1:59 78 – NYS Thibau (Trek – Segafredo) + 2:00 79 – CAICEDO Jonathan Klever (EF Education-EasyPost) + 2:02 80 – LÜHRS Luis-Joe (BORA – hansgrohe) + 2:04

81 – KAMP Alexander (Tudor Pro Cycling Team) + 2:11 82 – GODON Dorian (AG2R Citroën Team) + 2:12 83 – MÜHLBERGER Gregor (Movistar Team) + 2:17 84 – SCHÄR Michael (AG2R Citroën Team) + 2:20 85 – NARVÁEZ Jhonatan (INEOS Grenadiers) + 2:22 86 – PALENI Enzo (Groupama – FDJ) m.t 87 – GALLOPIN Tony (Trek – Segafredo) + 2:23 88 – MOSCA Jacopo (Trek – Segafredo) + 2:28 89 – LAPEIRA Paul (AG2R Citroën Team) + 2:29 90 – THOMPSON Reuben (Groupama – FDJ) + 2:30 91 – SAMITIER Sergio (Movistar Team) + 2:34 92 – WIRTGEN Luc (Tudor Pro Cycling Team) m.t 93 – HOLLENSTEIN Reto (Israel – Premier Tech) + 2:35 94 – LILLO Dario (Switzerland) + 2:36 95 – LADAGNOUS Matthieu (Groupama – FDJ) + 2:37 96 – BENEDETTI Cesare (BORA – hansgrohe) + 2:38 97 – HELLEMOSE Asbjørn (Trek – Segafredo) + 2:39 98 – STANNARD Robert (Alpecin-Deceuninck) + 2:41 99 – BOHLI Tom (Tudor Pro Cycling Team) + 2:47 100 – ASKEY Lewis (Groupama – FDJ) + 2:48

101 – GESCHKE Simon (Cofidis) + 2:49 102 – GAROFOLI Gianmarco (Astana Qazaqstan Team) + 2:50 103 – LEEMREIZE Gijs (Jumbo-Visma) m.t 104 – SOMMER Jan (Switzerland) + 2:51 105 – HOLLYMAN Mason (Israel – Premier Tech) + 2:53 106 – BERNARD Julien (Trek – Segafredo) + 2:57 107 – PÉRICHON Pierre-Luc (Cofidis) + 2:58 108 – ADAMIETZ Johannes (Lotto Dstny) + 3:00 109 – LEDANOIS Kévin (Team Arkéa Samsic) + 3:01 110 – KLUCKERS Arthur (Tudor Pro Cycling Team) + 3:02 111 – BRUSTENGA Marc (Trek – Segafredo) + 3:08 112 – NIZZOLO Giacomo (Israel – Premier Tech) + 3:10 113 – FINÉ Eddy (Cofidis) + 3:11 114 – AEBI Antoine (Switzerland) + 3:14 115 – VENTURINI Clément (AG2R Citroën Team) + 3:15 116 – MENTEN Milan (Lotto Dstny) + 3:17 117 – VIVIANI Elia (INEOS Grenadiers) + 3:18 118 – FROOME Chris (Israel – Premier Tech) + 3:19 119 – GAVIRIA Fernando (Movistar Team) m.t 120 – NOVAK Domen (UAE Team Emirates) + 3:24

121 – MOZZATO Luca (Team Arkéa Samsic) + 3:25 122 – RAJOVIĆ Dušan (Bahrain – Victorious) + 3:27 123 – MACIEJUK Filip (Bahrain – Victorious) + 3:28 124 – TAMINIAUX Lionel (Alpecin-Deceuninck) + 3:39 125 – BÖGLI Jonathan (Switzerland) + 3:45 126 – VAN DEN BOSSCHE Fabio (Alpecin-Deceuninck) + 3:46 127 – WURF Cameron (INEOS Grenadiers) + 3:47 128 – SBARAGLI Kristian (Alpecin-Deceuninck) + 3:48 129 – BASSO Leonardo (Astana Qazaqstan Team) + 3:51 130 – STÖCKLI Jan (Switzerland) m.t 131 – OLIVEIRA Ivo (UAE Team Emirates) + 3:52 132 – DEBONS Antoine (Switzerland) + 3:53 133 – NIBALI Antonio (Astana Qazaqstan Team) + 3:55 134 – BONIFAZIO Niccolò (Intermarché – Circus – Wanty) + 4:00 135 – BAYER Tobias (Alpecin-Deceuninck) + 4:05 136 – RIVERA Brandon Smith (INEOS Grenadiers) m.t 137 – BRUSSENSKIY Gleb (Astana Qazaqstan Team) + 4:07 138 – SMITH Dion (Intermarché – Circus – Wanty) + 4:10 139 – ARNDT Nikias (Bahrain – Victorious) + 4:30

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  • Date: 25 April 2023
  • Start time: 14:50
  • Avg. speed winner: 55.173 km/h
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  • Distance: 6.82 km
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  6. Tour of Romandy 2023

    This is the general page of the Tour of Romandy 2023, here you can see a summary of the race (the winners of one of each rankings, the leaders, jerseys or who won the points classification, when it starts, who is the leader, where to follow live, etc...), schedules and cities where race pass through (including when the mountain and time trial stages), where to watch it and also with the ...

  7. Startlist for Tour de Romandie 2023

    Alpecin - Deceuninck (WT) 41 HERMANS Quinten. 42 BAYER Tobias * (DNF #4) 43 OSBORNE Jason. 44 SBARAGLI Kristian. 45 STANNARD Robert. 46 TAMINIAUX Lionel. 47 VAN DEN BOSSCHE Fabio *. team statistics in race.

  8. Tour de Romandie 2023

    The Tour de Romandie was founded in 1947 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Swiss Cycling Union. That first edition brought together 10 teams and a total of 40 riders for four stages of ...

  9. Tour de Romandie 2023 Standings

    Riders. Stay up to date with the 2023 Tour de Romandie standings. Follow this season's top riders and make Eurosport your go-to source for Cycling - Road results.

  10. Tour de Romandie 2023 Route, Stages & Results

    Vufflens-la-Ville Geneva. 30/04. Stage 5 / 170.8 KM F. Gaviria. Advertisement. Ad. Stay up to date with the full 2023 Tour de Romandie schedule. Eurosport brings you live updates, real-time ...

  11. Tour de Romandie 2023

    Tour de Romandie 2023: Ayuso storms to ITT win and leader's jersey. Juan Ayuso powers to victory in Châtel-Saint-Denis and grabs the leader's jersey while he is at it. Matteo Jorgenson and Adam Yates finish in second and third, while Jorgenson and Tobias Foss sit in second and third on GC. Read more ».

  12. Tour de Romandie 2023: Adam Yates climbs into leaders jersey in Queen Stage

    Home / Tour de Romandie 2023. Tour de Romandie 2023: Adam Yates climbs into leader's jersey in Queen Stage. foto: Cor VosAdam Yates attacks from the lead group in the last 4 kilometres of the Thyon 2000 climb. The Briton not only wins the Queen Stage, he also moves into the overall race lead.(Slideshow route/profile)

  13. Tour de Romandie 2023 stages

    Follow live coverage of Tour de Romandie 2023, including news, results, stage reports, photos, podcasts and expert analysis - stages Page - Cyclingnews

  14. Tour de Romandie 2023 route

    Six stages across the high alpine mountains of Switzerland and parts of France. The Tour de Romandie returns for a 76th edition, April 25-30, 2023, with six days of racing across the high alpine ...

  15. Tour de Romandie 2023 Stage 4 results

    Stage 4 » Sion › Thyon 2000 (161.6km) Adam Yates is the winner of Tour de Romandie 2023 Stage 4, before Thibaut Pinot and Damiano Caruso. Adam Yates was leader in GC.

  16. Tour de Romandie 2023

    Top 10 du classement de la 3e étape du Tour de Romandie 2023. Photo : @D.R. Retrouvez le classement complet de la 3e étape du Tour de Romandie remportée vendredi à Châtel-Saint-Denis par Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates), qui s'est montré le plus rapide sur un chrono frôlant avec les 20 kilomètres. 🏅🇪🇸Juan Ayuso (UAE Team ...

  17. Tour de Romandie 2023 Stage 2 results

    Basset. Le Communal. Col de la Vue des Alpes. Col de la Tourne. Ethan Hayter is the winner of Tour de Romandie 2023 Stage 2, before Juan Ayuso and Romain Bardet. Ethan Hayter was leader in GC.

  18. Tour de Romandie 2023 Route, Stages & Results

    16/09. Stage 2 / 110.8 KM D. Vollering. Vernier Nyon. 17/09. Stage 3 / 131.9 KM L. Lippert. Advertisement. Ad. Stay up to date with the full 2023 Tour de Romandie schedule. Eurosport brings you ...

  19. Tour de Romandie 2023: Sprint win and leaders jersey for Hayter

    Home / Tour de Romandie 2023. Tour de Romandie 2023: Sprint win and leader's jersey for Hayter. foto: Cor VosThe 2nd stage of the Tour de Romandie boils down to a sprint of a decimated peloton. Ethan Hayter sprints to victory ahead of Juan Ayuso and Romain Bardet. The Briton is the new leader on GC.(Slideshow route/profile)

  20. Tour de Romandie 2023: Sprint triumph brings Vernon leaders jersey

    Tour de Romandie 2023: Sprint triumph brings Vernon leader's jersey. image: Cor VosWhile most sprinters are dropped on the climbs in the first part of the race, the first group remains together in the run-up to the finish. Ethan Vernon wins the sprint of the decimated peloton in the streets of Vallée de Joux and moves into the overall race ...

  21. Tour de Romandie 2023 Stage 3 (ITT) results

    Juan Ayuso is the winner of Tour de Romandie 2023 Stage 3 (ITT), before Matteo Jorgenson and Adam Yates. Juan Ayuso was leader in GC.

  22. 2024 Classic Brugge-De Panne

    The 2024 Classic Brugge-De Panne was a road cycling one-day race that took place on 20 March 2024 in Belgium. It was the 48th edition of the Three Days of Bruges-De Panne.. Teams. Twenty-three teams were invited to the race, including sixteen UCI WorldTeams and seven UCI ProTeams.All but one team, Astana Qazaqstan Team, entered the maximum allowed seven riders.

  23. Tour de Romandie 2023 stage 3: Start times ITT

    foto: Cor VosThe Tour de Romandie continues with an ITT of 18.8 kilometres with a climb in the middle. Cyclingstage.com brings you the most important starting times. Lionel Taminiaux is the first rider off the ramp at 14:21 local time (CEST). Most important start times 14:49 - Johan Price Pejtersen 14:58 - Lawson Craddock 14:59 - Jos van ...

  24. Tour de Romandie 2023 Prologue results

    COSTA RuiIntermarché - Circus - Wanty. Josef Černý is the winner of Tour de Romandie 2023 Prologue, before Tobias Foss and Rémi Cavagna. Josef Černý was leader in GC.