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News · 18 June, 2018

Michel Ries: “Without the support of the team this would not have been possible”

Nineteenth in the Tour del Porvenir in 2017, just over thirteen minutes from a Colombian named Egan Bernal, the young Luxembourger Michel Ries has improved ten positions with respect to the French round in the final overall of the U23 Giro. Ries was the asset for the Polartec-Kometa general. Despite his youth, 20 years old,…

News · 16 June, 2018

Sensational ninth place finish for Michel Ries in the Giro final standings

Giro d’Italia U23 Stage 9 (a): Conegliano and Valdobbiadene (72.8 km) Stage 9 (b): Il Muro di Ca’ del Poggio-Ca’ del Poggio (22.4 km CRI) The Giro d’Italia U23 is over. The long-awaited stage against the clock in the real time format that was closing the 2018 edition consolidated the pink finale for the Russian…

News · 15 June, 2018

Ries gives up a place in the general classification and will face the final double day from ninth position

Giro d’Italia U23 Stage 8: Levico Terme -Asiago (157.4 km) Last stage with protagonism for the high mountain, new Colombian exhibition. Cristian Muñoz took the lead in Asiago, ahead of his compatriot Einer Rubio. Alejandro Osorio, who started the day with 14 seconds lost on the leader Mark Donovan (Team Wiggins), recovered the pink jersey;…

News · 14 June, 2018

A matter of regularity at Pian delle Fugazze

Giro d’Italia U23 Stage 7: Schio- Pian delle Fugazze (136,9 km) Last mountain final of this year’s Giro Baby and a new great performance by Michel Ries. The Polartec-Kometa Luxembourgian finished seventh at Pian delle Fugazze, where Britain’s Steve Williams (SEG) and his compatriot Mark Donovan (Team Wiggins) took the lead in the pink jersey….

News · 13 June, 2018

Resistance in a day of madness

Giro d’Italia U23 Stage 6: Dimaro Folgarida and Pergine Valsugana (120.7 km) Luxembourg’s Michel Ries consolidated his ninth place overall in the Giro Baby after a crazy day. The stage, frenetic, vibrant, with more than 54 kilometers covered in its first hour and more than 48 during the second, was won by the American Sean…

News · 12 June, 2018

Another step ahead of Michel Ries in the U23 Giro standings

Giro de Italia U23 Stage 5: Darfo Boario Terme-Malga di Dimaro (127.8 km) Second top final of the Giro d’Italia U23, second consecutive Colombian victory and second consecutive eleventh place for Michel Ries. British rider Stephen Williams (SEG) is the new leader of the corsa rosa and the Luxembourg boy of the Polartec-Kometa will climb…

News · 12 June, 2018

Juan Pedro López leaves the Giro Baby

The Spaniard Juan Pedro López left the Giro d’Italia U23 on Tuesday after another crash during the fourth stage damaged his battered left shoulder even more. The Spaniard finished in the Passo Maniva more than fifteen minutes from the winner, in the same group where Matteo Moschetti was riding. “Yesterday I got caught by a…

News · 11 June, 2018

The Passo Maniva drives Michel Ries in the general standings of the Giro Baby

Giro d’Italia U23 Stage 4: Mornico to the Serio-Passo Maniva (127,9 km) The Colombian Alejandro Osorio is the new leader of the Giro d’Italia U23 after winning at the summit of Passo Maniva, where he arrived with his compatriot Daniel Muñoz in an exhibition of his country’s national team. Luxembourg’s Michel Ries, who is one…

News · 10 June, 2018

Moschetti brushes to victory in Mornico al Serio

Giro d’Italia U23 Stage 3: Saliceto-Mornico al Serio (164.3 km) The forecast came true and in Mornico al Serio, the finish line of the longest day of the Giro Baby, the victory was elucidated to the sprint. In the Volata, the Belgian Jasper Philipsen (Hagens Berman Axeon) set the pace ahead of Matteo Moschetti and…

News · 9 June, 2018

In Sestola, another top-ten for the Polartec-Kometa with a new red Moschetti jersey

Giro d’Italia U23 Stage 2: Nonantola-Sestola (138.2 km) At the finish line in Sestola, where the Giro d’Italia 2016 came in, with a stage for Gulio Ciccone and a’pink’ for Bob Jungels, the change of tenant at the head of the provisional general classification of the Giro Baby. The Austrian Markus Wildauer (Tyrol) dressed in…

News · 8 June, 2018

Sixth place for Matteo Moschetti in a first stage where Juanpe and Sevilla are cut by a crash

Giro d’Italia U23 Stage 1: Riccione-Forli (137,7k) Italian Matteo Moschetti (Polartec-Kometa) finished sixth in the first stage of the U23 Giro d’Italia, a 137.7 kilometre journey that ended in Forli, where his compatriot Giovanni Lonardi (Zalf Euromobil) won in extremis, beating Gerben Thijssen (Belgium, Lotto-Soudal), who was already celebrating his success in the Volata, by…

News · 7 June, 2018

Moschetti, seventh in the prologue of the Giro d’Italia U23

Giro d’Italia U23 Prologue: Forli-Forli (4.4 km CRI) A flat, urban course, four large straights, two right-hand corners and two left-hand corners, which extended over 4.4 kilometres, brought into play the first maglia rosa of the Giro d’Italia U23 on Thursday. With a time of 4:58, the Italian Edoardo Affini (SEG) became the first leader…

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