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Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cortellesi ironizza: sul set con mio marito bene, a casa male...
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cortellesi ironizza: sul set con mio marito bene, a casa male...
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cortellesi ironizza: sul set con mio marito bene, a casa male...
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cortellesi ironizza: sul set con mio marito bene, a casa male...
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Cortellesi ironizza: sul set con mio marito bene, a casa male...
Cagliari, (askanews) - Paola Cortellesi ha ricevuto il premio Nanni Loy (ideato da Antonello Sarno) al Sardegna Festival di Cagliari, nuovo progetto che unisce cinema e televisione, dove è stato proiettato il suo ultimo successo "Come un gatto in tangenziale" (2017), commedia di Riccardo Milani sommersa di premi nell'ultimo anno. "Non lo so, è piaciuto tanto, a tanta gente e questa cosa ce la auguravamo naturalmente. Però così tante persone ci hanno sorpreso, è piaciuto, forse molti si sono ritrovati, molti, forse pochi, nel mio personaggio, molti in quello di Antonio (Albanese) o forse anche in tutti e due, o nei rapporti impossibili che esistono tra ceti sociali opposti, è una storia contemporanea". Dopo "Il posto dell'anima" (2003), "Mamma e papà" (2014) e "Scusate se esisto" (2017), questo è il quarto film che vede Cortellesi diretta dal marito Riccardo Milani: "Sul set va bene, è a casa che va male, quando scriviamo si dibatte, ma tutti gli sceneggiatori dibattono. Lavoriamo in gruppo con Giulia Calenda, Furio Andreotti e quindi lavoriamo in armonia, poi però io e lui ci scontriamo tanto, ma è anche bello, il problema è poi restare nella stessa casa, perché se uno si sparpaglia 'ci vediamo domani alle 9 e ricominciamo', invece no, noi se qualcosa ti rimane qua, poi prima o poi la tiri fuori. Scherzi a parte è una bella squadra, siamo contenti di stare insieme". La prima edizione del Sardegna Festival è realizzata da Agnus Dei di Tiziana Rocca, che ne è il direttore generale, in collaborazione con Apt, l Associazione Produttori Televisivi presieduta da Giancarlo Leone, con il sostegno di Forte Village e in collaborazione Uci Cinema e con il patrocinio della Regione Autonoma della Sardegna.
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Christopher Juul Jensen from Denmark of Mitchelton-Scott in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Christopher Juul Jensen from Denmark of Mitchelton-Scott in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Christopher Juul Jensen from Denmark of Mitchelton-Scott in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Magnus Cort Nielsen from Denmark of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Magnus Cort Nielsen from Denmark of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Magnus Cort Nielsen from Denmark of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Soren Kragh Andersen from Denmark of Team Sunweb in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Soren Kragh Andersen from Denmark of Team Sunweb in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Soren Kragh Andersen from Denmark of Team Sunweb in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Matti Breschel from Denmark of Team EF Education First - Drapac P/B Cannondale in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Matti Breschel from Denmark of Team EF Education First - Drapac P/B Cannondale in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Matti Breschel from Denmark of Team EF Education First - Drapac P/B Cannondale in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/Alessandro Crinari
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/Alessandro Crinari
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/Alessandro Crinari
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/Alessandro Crinari
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/Alessandro Crinari
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/Alessandro Crinari
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Koen De Kort from Netherlands of Trek-Segafredo in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Koen De Kort from Netherlands of Trek-Segafredo in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Koen De Kort from Netherlands of Trek-Segafredo in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jack Haig from Australia of Mitchelton-Scott in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jack Haig from Australia of Mitchelton-Scott in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jack Haig from Australia of Mitchelton-Scott in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Wico Kelderman from Netherlands of Team Sunweb in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Wico Kelderman from Netherlands of Team Sunweb in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Wico Kelderman from Netherlands of Team Sunweb in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Arthur Vichot from France of Groupama-FDJ in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Francia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Arthur Vichot from France of Groupama-FDJ in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Francia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Arthur Vichot from France of Groupama-FDJ in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Francia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Simon Spilak from Slovenia of Team Katusha Alpecin in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Simon Spilak from Slovenia of Team Katusha Alpecin in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Simon Spilak from Slovenia of Team Katusha Alpecin in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (España, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (España, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (España, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Steven Kruijswijk from Netherlands of Team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Steven Kruijswijk from Netherlands of Team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Steven Kruijswijk from Netherlands of Team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Diego Ulissi from Italy of UAE Team Emirates in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Italia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Diego Ulissi from Italy of UAE Team Emirates in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Italia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Diego Ulissi from Italy of UAE Team Emirates in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Italia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Tanel Kangert from Estonia of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Tanel Kangert from Estonia of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Tanel Kangert from Estonia of Astana Pro Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mikel Landa of Movistar Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mikel Landa of Movistar Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mikel Landa of Movistar Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Ion Igzaguirre Insausti from Spain of Bahrain-Merida in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (España, Bahrein, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Ion Igzaguirre Insausti from Spain of Bahrain-Merida in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (España, Bahrein, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Ion Igzaguirre Insausti from Spain of Bahrain-Merida in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (España, Bahrein, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates in the points jersey after the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates in the points jersey after the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates in the points jersey after the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mark Christian from Great Britain of Aqua Blue Sport celebrates in the jersey for King of the Mountain after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Gran Bretaña) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mark Christian from Great Britain of Aqua Blue Sport celebrates in the jersey for King of the Mountain after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Gran Bretaña) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mark Christian from Great Britain of Aqua Blue Sport celebrates in the jersey for King of the Mountain after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Gran Bretaña) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors celebrates in the jersey for best young professional rider after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (España, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors celebrates in the jersey for best young professional rider after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (España, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors celebrates in the jersey for best young professional rider after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (España, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates in the points jersey after the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates in the points jersey after the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Peter Sagan from Slovakia of Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates in the points jersey after the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovaquia) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Australian Richie Porteof BMC Racing in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Australian Richie Porteof BMC Racing in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Australian Richie Porteof BMC Racing in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Australian Richie Porteof BMC Racing in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Australian Richie Porteof BMC Racing in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Australian Richie Porteof BMC Racing in action during the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/ALESSANDRO CRINARI
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the overall winner reacts on the podium of the final overall ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE012357 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE012357 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE012357 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team is congratulated after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team is congratulated after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team is congratulated after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team is congratulated after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team is congratulated after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team is congratulated after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team after crossing the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, celebrates during the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, celebrates during the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, celebrates during the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team react on the podium for the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team react on the podium for the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team react on the podium for the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors celebrates in the jersey for best young professional rider after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors celebrates in the jersey for best young professional rider after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Enric Mas Nicolau from Spain of Quick Step Floors celebrates in the jersey for best young professional rider after the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team react on the podium for the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team react on the podium for the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team react on the podium for the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- (from left) Jakob Fuglsang from Denmark of Astana Pro Team as second, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team as the winner and Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team as third on the podium of the final ranking of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Bellinzona, Switzerland. (Dinamarca, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, celebrates during the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, celebrates during the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Winner Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team, celebrates during the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team reacts after winning the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing Team crosses the finish line of the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. Porte is the overall winner of the tour. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Second placed Jakob Fuglsang, left, from Denmark of Astana Pro Team, winner Richie Porte, center, from Australia of BMC Racing Team and third placed Nairo Quintana from Colombia of Movistar Team, right, attend the winners ceremony of the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, in Bellinzona, Switzerland, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team celebrates after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team celebrates after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team celebrates after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team celebrates after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team celebrates after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team celebrates after winning the 9th stage, a 34,1 km time trial the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Gian Ehrenzeller/Keystone via AP)
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
GE483 TDS. Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial at the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, 17 June 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial during at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial during at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial during at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial during at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial during at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial during at the 82. Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race in Bellinzona, Switzerland, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller)
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Stefan Kueng from Switzerland of BMC Racing Team passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER
Bellinzona (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 17/06/2018.- Mathias Frank from Switzerland of Ag2r La Mondiale passes the finish line of a 34,1 km time trial in Bellinzona, Switzerland, the 9th stage of the 82nd Tour de Suisse UCI ProTour cycling race, on Sunday, June 17, 2018. (Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER

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