Dufaux claims yellow jersey in tour of romandie
French cyclist Jean-Pierre Dufaux of Grenoble is looking to add a second WorldTour victory to his 서산안마최고의 퀄리티already impressive tally, taking the green jersey in the French cyclo-cross race on Sunday night against Alberto Contador (Tinkoff Saxo). Related Articles Philippe Gilbert out of the Tour de France as Tinkoff Saxo’s Philippe Gilbert moves up to second overall
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Dufaux was first to the yellow jersey in the 2003 Tour de France, defeating Alberto Contador, but it was by then a big stage win in the world’s first women’s cyclo-cross event. His win in April 2010 proved another success story. Last year he won stage five of the Tour de France, then followed up with another world title in the world’s first time trial race at the start of the season.
Now 37, Dufaux is keen to add his second WorldTour victory this year, taking the green jersey in the French cyclo-cross race and riding with a t카지노 쿠폰eam-mate of Alberto Contador.
A strong sprint finish
Dufaux started the yellow jersey race with a strong start, coming first with his leadout rider and then second, when he took a huge step forward in the peloton by riding over his team-mate Daniel Martin and putting a massive swing in their rivals’ fortunes.
Dufaux has now won three titles in the French cyclo-cros여주출장마사지s, winning stages three, five and seven of the Tour de France in 2008, and the first one in 2013.
In 2016 he won the first of the two championships for the French cyclo-cross team with the second year of the sport’s professional classification, taking out his first championship as a professional. In 2014, the French cyclo-cross team won the world championship for the first time since 1993, and for the first time since 2001.
The French cyclo-cross team is composed of four riders who are from the same town in the Loire valley, and is known for its fast riders.
Team leader Dries Van Gestel is 31 years old from Bordeaux, in the north west of the country, as he is considered the third best climber in th