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Lars Michaelsen, l'un des directeurs sportifs de l'équipe d'Astana, a été suspendu 50 jours par l'UCI pour avoir frôlé le drame sur la route du récent Tour du Yorkshire.
Cyclisme - Lars Michaelsen suspendu 50 jours pour avoir failli renverser un policier
Lars Michaelsen, l'un des directeurs sportifs de l'équipe d'Astana, a été suspendu 50 jours par l'UCI pour avoir frôlé le drame sur la route du récent Tour du Yorkshire.
Bianchi suministra actualmente la bicicletas de competencia al equipo LottoNL-Jumbo, del UCI World Tour. Con Enrico Battaglin ganaron la quinta etapa de Giro de Italia 101. / Foto: www.teamlottojumbo.nl
Bicicleta Bianchi, Team LottoNL-Jumbo
Bianchi suministra actualmente la bicicletas de competencia al equipo LottoNL-Jumbo, del UCI World Tour. Con Enrico Battaglin ganaron la quinta etapa de Giro de Italia 101. / Foto: www.teamlottojumbo.nl
Après la première étape de cross-country, les vainqueurs de la Coupe du Monde UCI 2017 féminine et masculine Myriam Nicole et Aaron Gwin ont fait honneur à leur statut en remportant des victoires convaincantes. Place maintenant à la deuxième étape à Albstadt à suivre en direct et en exclusivité ce dimanche 20 mai à 11h15 sur la chaine L'Équipe. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, deuxième de la manche en Afrique du sud, nous donnera une indication sur son état de forme actuel. Réagissez avec #lequipeVELO
VTT - CROSS-COUNTRY : COUPE DU MONDE ÉTAPE D'ALBSTADT, bande-annonce
Après la première étape de cross-country, les vainqueurs de la Coupe du Monde UCI 2017 féminine et masculine Myriam Nicole et Aaron Gwin ont fait honneur à leur statut en remportant des victoires convaincantes. Place maintenant à la deuxième étape à Albstadt à suivre en direct et en exclusivité ce dimanche 20 mai à 11h15 sur la chaine L'Équipe. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, deuxième de la manche en Afrique du sud, nous donnera une indication sur son état de forme actuel. Réagissez avec #lequipeVELO
Après la première étape de cross-country, les vainqueurs de la Coupe du Monde UCI 2017 féminine et masculine Myriam Nicole et Aaron Gwin ont fait honneur à leur statut en remportant des victoires convaincantes. Place maintenant à la deuxième étape à Albstadt à suivre en direct et en exclusivité ce dimanche 20 mai à 11h15 sur la chaine L'Équipe. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, deuxième de la manche en Afrique du sud, nous donnera une indication sur son état de forme actuel. Réagissez avec #lequipeVELO
VTT - CROSS-COUNTRY : COUPE DU MONDE ÉTAPE D'ALBSTADT, bande-annonce
Après la première étape de cross-country, les vainqueurs de la Coupe du Monde UCI 2017 féminine et masculine Myriam Nicole et Aaron Gwin ont fait honneur à leur statut en remportant des victoires convaincantes. Place maintenant à la deuxième étape à Albstadt à suivre en direct et en exclusivité ce dimanche 20 mai à 11h15 sur la chaine L'Équipe. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, deuxième de la manche en Afrique du sud, nous donnera une indication sur son état de forme actuel. Réagissez avec #lequipeVELO
Après la première étape de cross-country, les vainqueurs de la Coupe du Monde UCI 2017 féminine et masculine Myriam Nicole et Aaron Gwin ont fait honneur à leur statut en remportant des victoires convaincantes. Place maintenant à la deuxième étape à Albstadt à suivre en direct et en exclusivité ce dimanche 20 mai à 11h15 sur la chaine L'Équipe. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, deuxième de la manche en Afrique du sud, nous donnera une indication sur son état de forme actuel. Réagissez avec #lequipeVELO
VTT - CROSS-COUNTRY : COUPE DU MONDE ÉTAPE D'ALBSTADT, bande-annonce
Après la première étape de cross-country, les vainqueurs de la Coupe du Monde UCI 2017 féminine et masculine Myriam Nicole et Aaron Gwin ont fait honneur à leur statut en remportant des victoires convaincantes. Place maintenant à la deuxième étape à Albstadt à suivre en direct et en exclusivité ce dimanche 20 mai à 11h15 sur la chaine L'Équipe. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, deuxième de la manche en Afrique du sud, nous donnera une indication sur son état de forme actuel. Réagissez avec #lequipeVELO
Après la première étape de cross-country, les vainqueurs de la Coupe du Monde UCI 2017 féminine et masculine Myriam Nicole et Aaron Gwin ont fait honneur à leur statut en remportant des victoires convaincantes. Place maintenant à la deuxième étape à Albstadt à suivre en direct et en exclusivité ce dimanche 20 mai à 11h15 sur la chaine L'Équipe. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, deuxième de la manche en Afrique du sud, nous donnera une indication sur son état de forme actuel. Réagissez avec #lequipeVELO
VTT - CROSS-COUNTRY : COUPE DU MONDE ÉTAPE D'ALBSTADT, bande-annonce
Après la première étape de cross-country, les vainqueurs de la Coupe du Monde UCI 2017 féminine et masculine Myriam Nicole et Aaron Gwin ont fait honneur à leur statut en remportant des victoires convaincantes. Place maintenant à la deuxième étape à Albstadt à suivre en direct et en exclusivité ce dimanche 20 mai à 11h15 sur la chaine L'Équipe. Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, deuxième de la manche en Afrique du sud, nous donnera une indication sur son état de forme actuel. Réagissez avec #lequipeVELO
<p>Nella carriera di Simon Yates c’è una macchia: una squalifica per aver assunto terbutalina, sostanza vietata. In quel caso, datato 2016, fu la Orica-GreenEDGE a prendersi la responsabilità, spiegando che il medico non aveva rispettato adeguatamente la procedura per la somministrazione di un anti-asmatico. Asma che tutti i professionisti pare che abbiano, anche se l’UCI fa finta di non accorgersene. (Getty Images) </p>
Chi è Simon Yates, maglia rosa d’attacco

Nella carriera di Simon Yates c’è una macchia: una squalifica per aver assunto terbutalina, sostanza vietata. In quel caso, datato 2016, fu la Orica-GreenEDGE a prendersi la responsabilità, spiegando che il medico non aveva rispettato adeguatamente la procedura per la somministrazione di un anti-asmatico. Asma che tutti i professionisti pare che abbiano, anche se l’UCI fa finta di non accorgersene. (Getty Images)

A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro dItalia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d&#39;Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
Yates wins 9th stage to cement Giro lead, Froome loses time
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro dItalia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d'Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d&#39;Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d'Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d'Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d&#39;Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d&#39;Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d'Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d'Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d&#39;Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d&#39;Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d'Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d'Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d&#39;Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d&#39;Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d'Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d'Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d&#39;Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d&#39;Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d'Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
Pesco Sannita (Italy), 13/05/2018.- A technician of the International Cycling Union (UCI) holds a tablet to scan a bicycle for testing technological fraud and detecting the presence of a motor inside the frame before the ninth stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race over 225km from Pesco Sannita to Gran Sasso d'Italia, Italy, 13 May 2018. (Ciclismo, Italia) EFE/EPA/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d&#39;Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d'Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d'Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d&#39;Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d'Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
A UCI delegate scans a bike to check for motors prior to the start the 9th stage of the Giro d’Italia cycling race from Pesco Sannita to Campo Imperatore, Italy, Sunday, May 13, 2018. Simon Yates cemented his position as overall leader of the Giro d'Italia by winning the ninth stage on Sunday but it was a bad day for British compatriot Chris Froome, who lost more than a minute in the general classification. (Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
Imagen de una UCI pediátrica. EFE/Archivo
Imagen de una UCI pediátrica. EFE/Archivo
Imagen de una UCI pediátrica. EFE/Archivo
El entrenador del Manchester United, Alex Ferguson, saluda a las gradas tras un partido de la Liga Premier contra el West Bromwich Albion en West Bromwich, Inglaterra, el 19 de mayo de 2013. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh.
Alex Ferguson sale de la UCI tras sufrir una hemorragia cerebral, dice Manchester United
El entrenador del Manchester United, Alex Ferguson, saluda a las gradas tras un partido de la Liga Premier contra el West Bromwich Albion en West Bromwich, Inglaterra, el 19 de mayo de 2013. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh.
O ex-técnico Alex Ferguson deixou a UCI do hospital
O ex-técnico Alex Ferguson deixou a UCI do hospital
O ex-técnico Alex Ferguson deixou a UCI do hospital
Prétendant s&#39;être entendue avec l&#39;UCI, la direction du Giro a affirmé jeudi que Chris Froome, en cas de victoire finale, conserverait son titre même s&#39;il venait à être sanctionné suite à son contrôle anormal au salbutamol. Dans un tweet, l&#39;UCI a démenti cette entente.
Cyclisme - Giro - La direction du Giro et l'UCI se contredisent sur le cas Chris Froome
Prétendant s'être entendue avec l'UCI, la direction du Giro a affirmé jeudi que Chris Froome, en cas de victoire finale, conserverait son titre même s'il venait à être sanctionné suite à son contrôle anormal au salbutamol. Dans un tweet, l'UCI a démenti cette entente.
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l&#39;enquête en cours de l&#39;instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu&#39;un échantillon d&#39;urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d&#39;un médicament contre l&#39;asthme lors de la Vuelta, l&#39;année dernière.
Giro - Froome : ''Je n'ai rien fait de mal''
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l'enquête en cours de l'instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu'un échantillon d'urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d'un médicament contre l'asthme lors de la Vuelta, l'année dernière.
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l&#39;enquête en cours de l&#39;instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu&#39;un échantillon d&#39;urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d&#39;un médicament contre l&#39;asthme lors de la Vuelta, l&#39;année dernière.
Giro - Froome : ''Je n'ai rien fait de mal''
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l'enquête en cours de l'instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu'un échantillon d'urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d'un médicament contre l'asthme lors de la Vuelta, l'année dernière.
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l&#39;enquête en cours de l&#39;instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu&#39;un échantillon d&#39;urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d&#39;un médicament contre l&#39;asthme lors de la Vuelta, l&#39;année dernière.
Giro - Froome : ''Je n'ai rien fait de mal''
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l'enquête en cours de l'instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu'un échantillon d'urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d'un médicament contre l'asthme lors de la Vuelta, l'année dernière.
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l&#39;enquête en cours de l&#39;instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu&#39;un échantillon d&#39;urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d&#39;un médicament contre l&#39;asthme lors de la Vuelta, l&#39;année dernière.
Giro - Froome : ''Je n'ai rien fait de mal''
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l'enquête en cours de l'instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu'un échantillon d'urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d'un médicament contre l'asthme lors de la Vuelta, l'année dernière.
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l&#39;enquête en cours de l&#39;instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu&#39;un échantillon d&#39;urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d&#39;un médicament contre l&#39;asthme lors de la Vuelta, l&#39;année dernière.
Giro - Froome : ''Je n'ai rien fait de mal''
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l'enquête en cours de l'instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu'un échantillon d'urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d'un médicament contre l'asthme lors de la Vuelta, l'année dernière.
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l&#39;enquête en cours de l&#39;instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu&#39;un échantillon d&#39;urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d&#39;un médicament contre l&#39;asthme lors de la Vuelta, l&#39;année dernière.
Giro - Froome : ''Je n'ai rien fait de mal''
Le cycliste britannique Chris Froome n’a pas souhaité évoqué l'enquête en cours de l'instance dirigeante du sport (UCI) après qu'un échantillon d'urine ait montré des niveaux excessifs d'un médicament contre l'asthme lors de la Vuelta, l'année dernière.
Sir Dave Brailsford, the Team Sky principal, admitted for the first time on Wednesday night that he had considered resigning, as Sky&#39;s Giro d’Italia got off to a hugely uncomfortable start in Jerusalem, with Chris Froome having to fend off questions over his ongoing salbutamol case. The race proper does not start until Friday but, if this was a sign of things to come, it promises to be a difficult three weeks for Team Sky. Sitting on a dais in the incongruous surrounds of the Waldorf Astoria – the race HQ for this grande partenza – Froome repeated what he had said many times since his adverse analytical finding for the asthma drug was made public; that he could understand all the questions, that he felt he had done nothing wrong, that he was confident he would be fully exonerated and would be riding in the Tour de France this summer. But that did not make the atmosphere any less awkward. Of the dozen or so questions put to Sky, 80 per cent concerned Froome’s salbutamol case or other recent controversies, and 100 per cent were put to either Froome or Brailsford who sat apart rather than alongside each other as they usually would. Sky’s seven other riders for this race, and sporting director Nicolas Portal, could only watch on. It was Brailsford’s admission that he had considered his future as Sky principal that was probably of most note. Why is the Giro d&#39;Italia starting in Israel and is all the controversy worth the risk? The former performance director of British Cycling has kept a low profile this season. This was the first time he had spoken at all since the publication of the Digital, Culture Media and Sport select committee’s report into doping in sport in March, which concluded that Sky had effectively “played the system” by giving Therapeutic Use Exemptions to Sir Bradley Wiggins before three of the biggest races of his career, including his victorious 2012 Tour de France. MPs labelled those treatments “unethical”, while slamming Sky’s medical record-keeping. After a brief dispute with a journalist over exactly how accessible he had been this year – Brailsford insisted he had been at all the races and would have been willing to speak with anyone – he was asked whether he had considered resigning. Giro d&#39;Italia 2018 | Stage-by-stage details “I think anybody in this game considers their position every day,” he replied. “I would say that I’m constantly asking if I’m the right man to lead these guys. It&#39;s not about me, my goal is to try and help these guys, not just to perform but to perform optimally, and there&#39;s a difference. &quot;I think regardless of DCMS or anything else, there&#39;s constantly that piece of self-questioning about am I appropriately placed and have I the skills or whatever else to do that. And I think it&#39;s something you ask yourself all the time. Things come and go, things change, and situations change, but I&#39;m here and I&#39;m here because I think I am still in a position to support these guys to be the best they can be.&quot; UCI WorldTour team-by-team guide to the 2018 season Brailsford declined to respond, however, when asked if the team would apply its own policy and part company with Froome were he to wind up with a suspension. &quot;With respect to the Giro, we&#39;re here to talk about the race,&quot; said Brailsford. &quot;For the time being, we&#39;re here to focus on the fantastic start in Jerusalem. I don&#39;t think this is the appropriate venue. We&#39;re here to concentrate on the race and on the press conference about the race.&quot; Brailsford is going to need to keep Froome focused on the task in hand if he is to stand any chance in this Giro. The pre-race favourite went into Wednesday’s press conference just hours after his major rival Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) stoked the flames of his controversy by repeating that it was “not good for cycling” and that if he were in Froome’s shoes he would not be racing. “If I was in the same situation, I would not be here, because my team is part of the MPCC [Movement for Credible Cycling],” the Dutchman said. “Maybe he’s going to win the Giro and then a few weeks later he loses the title. It’s not good for anyone, but I can’t change it.” Mind you, focus is not usually Froome’s weak suit. The Briton, 32, has faced hostile crowds, particularly in France, and come through with flying colours. If Froome does do it, he would become the first since Bernard Hinault in 1982-83, and only the third man in history after Hinault and Eddy Merckx, to win a “Tiger Slam” of grand tours; to be reigning champion of the tours of France, Spain and Italy at the same time. Friday’s opening stage is a 9.7 kilometre individual time trial around Jerusalem.
Chris Froome given rough ride ahead of Giro d'Italia as Sir Dave Brailsford admits he has considered quitting Team Sky
Sir Dave Brailsford, the Team Sky principal, admitted for the first time on Wednesday night that he had considered resigning, as Sky's Giro d’Italia got off to a hugely uncomfortable start in Jerusalem, with Chris Froome having to fend off questions over his ongoing salbutamol case. The race proper does not start until Friday but, if this was a sign of things to come, it promises to be a difficult three weeks for Team Sky. Sitting on a dais in the incongruous surrounds of the Waldorf Astoria – the race HQ for this grande partenza – Froome repeated what he had said many times since his adverse analytical finding for the asthma drug was made public; that he could understand all the questions, that he felt he had done nothing wrong, that he was confident he would be fully exonerated and would be riding in the Tour de France this summer. But that did not make the atmosphere any less awkward. Of the dozen or so questions put to Sky, 80 per cent concerned Froome’s salbutamol case or other recent controversies, and 100 per cent were put to either Froome or Brailsford who sat apart rather than alongside each other as they usually would. Sky’s seven other riders for this race, and sporting director Nicolas Portal, could only watch on. It was Brailsford’s admission that he had considered his future as Sky principal that was probably of most note. Why is the Giro d'Italia starting in Israel and is all the controversy worth the risk? The former performance director of British Cycling has kept a low profile this season. This was the first time he had spoken at all since the publication of the Digital, Culture Media and Sport select committee’s report into doping in sport in March, which concluded that Sky had effectively “played the system” by giving Therapeutic Use Exemptions to Sir Bradley Wiggins before three of the biggest races of his career, including his victorious 2012 Tour de France. MPs labelled those treatments “unethical”, while slamming Sky’s medical record-keeping. After a brief dispute with a journalist over exactly how accessible he had been this year – Brailsford insisted he had been at all the races and would have been willing to speak with anyone – he was asked whether he had considered resigning. Giro d'Italia 2018 | Stage-by-stage details “I think anybody in this game considers their position every day,” he replied. “I would say that I’m constantly asking if I’m the right man to lead these guys. It's not about me, my goal is to try and help these guys, not just to perform but to perform optimally, and there's a difference. "I think regardless of DCMS or anything else, there's constantly that piece of self-questioning about am I appropriately placed and have I the skills or whatever else to do that. And I think it's something you ask yourself all the time. Things come and go, things change, and situations change, but I'm here and I'm here because I think I am still in a position to support these guys to be the best they can be." UCI WorldTour team-by-team guide to the 2018 season Brailsford declined to respond, however, when asked if the team would apply its own policy and part company with Froome were he to wind up with a suspension. "With respect to the Giro, we're here to talk about the race," said Brailsford. "For the time being, we're here to focus on the fantastic start in Jerusalem. I don't think this is the appropriate venue. We're here to concentrate on the race and on the press conference about the race." Brailsford is going to need to keep Froome focused on the task in hand if he is to stand any chance in this Giro. The pre-race favourite went into Wednesday’s press conference just hours after his major rival Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) stoked the flames of his controversy by repeating that it was “not good for cycling” and that if he were in Froome’s shoes he would not be racing. “If I was in the same situation, I would not be here, because my team is part of the MPCC [Movement for Credible Cycling],” the Dutchman said. “Maybe he’s going to win the Giro and then a few weeks later he loses the title. It’s not good for anyone, but I can’t change it.” Mind you, focus is not usually Froome’s weak suit. The Briton, 32, has faced hostile crowds, particularly in France, and come through with flying colours. If Froome does do it, he would become the first since Bernard Hinault in 1982-83, and only the third man in history after Hinault and Eddy Merckx, to win a “Tiger Slam” of grand tours; to be reigning champion of the tours of France, Spain and Italy at the same time. Friday’s opening stage is a 9.7 kilometre individual time trial around Jerusalem.
Steve Creech from the Wyland Foundation and UCI Assistant Professor of Ecology Dr. Celia Faiola stopped by the KCAL9 studios to celebrate people making a difference during Earth Month.
The Wyland Foundation Celebrates People Making A Difference During Earth Month
Steve Creech from the Wyland Foundation and UCI Assistant Professor of Ecology Dr. Celia Faiola stopped by the KCAL9 studios to celebrate people making a difference during Earth Month.
Steve Creech from the Wyland Foundation and UCI Assistant Professor of Ecology Dr. Celia Faiola stopped by the KCAL9 studios to celebrate people making a difference during Earth Month.
The Wyland Foundation Celebrates People Making A Difference During Earth Month
Steve Creech from the Wyland Foundation and UCI Assistant Professor of Ecology Dr. Celia Faiola stopped by the KCAL9 studios to celebrate people making a difference during Earth Month.
Steve Creech from the Wyland Foundation and UCI Assistant Professor of Ecology Dr. Celia Faiola stopped by the KCAL9 studios to celebrate people making a difference during Earth Month.
The Wyland Foundation Celebrates People Making A Difference During Earth Month
Steve Creech from the Wyland Foundation and UCI Assistant Professor of Ecology Dr. Celia Faiola stopped by the KCAL9 studios to celebrate people making a difference during Earth Month.
Steve Creech from the Wyland Foundation and UCI Assistant Professor of Ecology Dr. Celia Faiola stopped by the KCAL9 studios to celebrate people making a difference during Earth Month.
The Wyland Foundation Celebrates People Making A Difference During Earth Month
Steve Creech from the Wyland Foundation and UCI Assistant Professor of Ecology Dr. Celia Faiola stopped by the KCAL9 studios to celebrate people making a difference during Earth Month.
The pack rides between rapeseed fields with bright-yellow flowers during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Bottens, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Former ski jumper Roglic wins Tour of Romandie
The pack rides between rapeseed fields with bright-yellow flowers during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Bottens, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Pascal Ackermann from Germany of team Bora-Hansgrohe raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Former ski jumper Roglic wins Tour of Romandie
Pascal Ackermann from Germany of team Bora-Hansgrohe raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
The overall leader Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo poses with the yellow jersey before the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Mont-sur-Rolle, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
Former ski jumper Roglic wins Tour of Romandie
The overall leader Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo poses with the yellow jersey before the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Mont-sur-Rolle, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The podium of the 72th Tour de Romandie with second placed, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez from Colombia of team Sky, left, the winner Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, center, and the third placed, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing team, right, celebrate on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
Former ski jumper Roglic wins Tour of Romandie
The podium of the 72th Tour de Romandie with second placed, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez from Colombia of team Sky, left, the winner Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, center, and the third placed, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing team, right, celebrate on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The podium of the 72th Tour de Romandie with second placed, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez from Colombia of team Sky, left, the winner Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, center, and the third placed, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing team, right, celebrate on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The podium of the 72th Tour de Romandie with second placed, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez from Colombia of team Sky, left, the winner Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, center, and the third placed, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing team, right, celebrate on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The podium of the 72th Tour de Romandie with second placed, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez from Colombia of team Sky, left, the winner Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, center, and the third placed, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing team, right, celebrate on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The overall leader Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo poses with the yellow jersey before the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Mont-sur-Rolle, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The overall leader Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo poses with the yellow jersey before the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Mont-sur-Rolle, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The overall leader Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo poses with the yellow jersey before the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Mont-sur-Rolle, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
Pascal Ackermann from Germany of team Bora-Hansgrohe raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Pascal Ackermann from Germany of team Bora-Hansgrohe raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Pascal Ackermann from Germany of team Bora-Hansgrohe raises his arms after crossing the finish line to win the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
The pack rides between rapeseed fields with bright-yellow flowers during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Bottens, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
The pack rides between rapeseed fields with bright-yellow flowers during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Bottens, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
The pack rides between rapeseed fields with bright-yellow flowers during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Bottens, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky celebrates winning the best young rider&#39;s jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky celebrates winning the best young rider's jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky celebrates winning the best young rider's jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Belgian cyclist Thomas De Gendt of team Lotto Soudal celebrates on the podium winning the best climber&#39;s jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Belgian cyclist Thomas De Gendt of team Lotto Soudal celebrates on the podium winning the best climber's jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Belgian cyclist Thomas De Gendt of team Lotto Soudal celebrates on the podium winning the best climber's jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Belgian cyclist Thomas De Gendt of team Lotto Soudal celebrates on the podium winning the best sprinter&#39;s jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Belgian cyclist Thomas De Gendt of team Lotto Soudal celebrates on the podium winning the best sprinter's jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Belgian cyclist Thomas De Gendt of team Lotto Soudal celebrates on the podium winning the best sprinter's jersey after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (R) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and his team mate Bram Tankink (L) after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (R) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and his team mate Bram Tankink (L) after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (R) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and his team mate Bram Tankink (L) after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (C) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (C) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (C) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Colombian rider Winner Anacona of team Movistar in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Colombian rider Winner Anacona of team Movistar in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Colombian rider Winner Anacona of team Movistar in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo in action during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian cyclist Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian cyclist Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian cyclist Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates on the podium after winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates on the podium after winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates on the podium after winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian cyclist Primoz Roglic (L) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian cyclist Primoz Roglic (L) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian cyclist Primoz Roglic (L) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (L) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and German rider Rudiger Selig of team Bora-Hansgrohe ride between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (L) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and German rider Rudiger Selig of team Bora-Hansgrohe ride between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic (L) of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and German rider Rudiger Selig of team Bora-Hansgrohe ride between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
The winner of the 72th Tour de Romandie, Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The winner of the 72th Tour de Romandie, Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The winner of the 72th Tour de Romandie, Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The winner of the 72th Tour de Romandie, Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The winner of the 72th Tour de Romandie, Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The winner of the 72th Tour de Romandie, Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall leader, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The overall winner, Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo celebrates on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- A child waving a Swiss flag through a car window between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- A child waving a Swiss flag through a car window between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- A child waving a Swiss flag through a car window between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- (L-R) Second placed Colombian rider Egan Bernal of team Sky, first placed Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic of team Lotto NL-Jumbo and third placed Australian rider Richie Porte of BMC Racing team celebrate on the podium after the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza, Eslovenia) EFE/EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
The podium of the 72th Tour de Romandie with second placed, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez from Colombia of team Sky, left, the winner Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, center, and the third placed, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing team, right, celebrate on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The podium of the 72th Tour de Romandie with second placed, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez from Colombia of team Sky, left, the winner Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, center, and the third placed, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing team, right, celebrate on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
The podium of the 72th Tour de Romandie with second placed, Egan Arley Bernal Gomez from Colombia of team Sky, left, the winner Primoz Roglic from Slovenia of team Lotto NL-Jumbo, center, and the third placed, Richie Porte from Australia of BMC Racing team, right, celebrate on the podium during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Jean-Christophe Bott/Keystone via AP)
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
Three cyclists of team Education First-Drapac Cannondale ride between rapeseed fields with bright-yellow flowers during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Bottens, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Three cyclists of team Education First-Drapac Cannondale ride between rapeseed fields with bright-yellow flowers during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Bottens, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Three cyclists of team Education First-Drapac Cannondale ride between rapeseed fields with bright-yellow flowers during the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Bottens, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- The pack rides between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Three cyclists of team Education First-Drapac Cannondale ride between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Three cyclists of team Education First-Drapac Cannondale ride between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- Three cyclists of team Education First-Drapac Cannondale ride between rapeseed fields during the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann (L) of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann (L) of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann (L) of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann (L) of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann (L) of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann (L) of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
Pascal Ackermann, left, from Germany of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Pascal Ackermann, left, from Germany of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
Pascal Ackermann, left, from Germany of team Bora-Hansgrohe sprints to win the fifth and last stage, a 181,8 km race between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva during the 72th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
JCB3996 TDR. Geneva (Switzerland), 29/04/2018.- German rider Pascal Ackermann of team Bora-Hansgrohe celebrates winning the fifth and last stage of the 72nd Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, over 181.8 km between Mont-sur-Rolle and Geneva, Switzerland, 29 April 2018. (Ginebra, Ciclismo, Suiza) EFE/EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON

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