LEVENS, France (Reuters) – Maximilian Schachmann retained his Paris-Good title after in a single day race chief Primoz Roglic suffered an ordeal within the ultimate stage, a 92km journey from Le-plan-du-Var to Levens on Sunday.
Roglic, who had a 52-second lead going into the final stage, crashed on a descent earlier than being pressured to alter bike and, and not using a group mate to tempo him again into the bunch, he misplaced appreciable floor to finish up outdoors the ultimate prime 10.
The Slovenian’s woes introduced again reminiscences of final yr’s Tour de France, when he cracked within the ultimate time trial to finish up second behind compatriot Tadej Pogacar.
Roglic received three phases on this yr’s Paris-Good nevertheless it didn’t matter ultimately as German Schachmann of the Bora-Hansgrohe group completed on prime, forward of Russian Aleksandr Vlasov and Spain’s Ion Izaguirre, who each journey for Astana.
The ultimate stage was received by Dane Magnus Cort Nielsen forward of France’s Christophe Laporte on the finish of a brief dash.
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