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Tour de France 2022, stage 1: Lampaert wins. General classification and order of arrival – Sport

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Copenhagen, July 1, 2022 – The Belgian you don’t expect: the stage 1 of Tour de France 2022 does not crown Wout Van Aertamong the main favorites of the day but only second, indeed Yves Lampaert who, as a non-specialist, completes the stopwatch in 15’17” and puts the most anticipated men behind him. Among them are Tadej Pogacar (third) and above all Filippo Gannafourth at the finish line but first as regards bad luck: the Piedmontese shows up on the roads of Copenhagen when the asphalt is wetter and then also runs into a puncture. Nothing to do for him and for all those chasing the first yellow jersey, which surprisingly goes to lampaertyet another ace dropped by Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team in a Tour without the star Julian Alaphilippe. The stage 2the Roskilde-Nyborg from 202,2 kmprovides for the climb of 3 GPM fourth category: no altitude difficulties that frighten the sprinters.

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Among the favorites of the day figure Stefan Bissegger (EF Education-EasyPost), which however falls twice and reaches the finish line with a large delay. Instead, it begins well on Tour from Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo), who scores an excellent score 15’34”later improved by 15’30” from Mathieu Van Der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix). Primoz Roglici (Jumbo-Visma) is placed a 3” from the Dutch: compared to the Slovenian, his teammate and home idol does even better Jonas Vingegaardwhich does worse than Van Der Poel just 2”. The top of the ranking changes when the finish line crosses it Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) who, thanks to the incessant rain and above all a puncture, suffers in the first part of the track: the Piedmontese finishes in 15’27” but is soon overtaken by the 15’24” from Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) and especially since 15’22” from Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma). For the Belgian, everything seems set for victory: his compatriot instead Yves Lampaert (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) piazza un 15’17” which earned him the sensational coup: stage victory and above all the yellow jersey.

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Order of arrival stage 1 Tour de France 2022

1) Yves Lampaert (QST) in 15’17”
2) Wout Van Aert (TJV) +5”
3) Tadej Pogacar (UAD) +7”
4) Filippo Ganna (IGD) +1
5) Mathieu Van Der Poel (AFC) +13”
6) Mads Pedersen (TFS) +15 ”
7) Jonas Vingegaard (TJV) +15”
8) Primoz Roglic (TJV) +16”
9) Bauke Mollema (TFS) +17 ”
10) Dylan Teuns (TBV) +20 ”

Tour de France 2022 general classification

1) Yves Lampaert (QST) in 15’17”
2) Wout Van Aert (TJV) +5”
3) Tadej Pogacar (UAD) +7”
4) Filippo Ganna (IGD) +1
5) Mathieu Van Der Poel (AFC) +13”
6) Mads Pedersen (TFS) +15 ”
7) Jonas Vingegaard (TJV) +15”
8) Primoz Roglic (TJV) +16”
9) Bauke Mollema (TFS) +17 ”
10) Dylan Teuns (TBV) + 20 ” Read also – Tour de France 2022, the definitive startlist and the numbers

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