Tour of Lombardy – Mas, Pogacar, Vingegaard… the 116th Lombardy!

Tour of Lombardy – Mas, Pogacar, Vingegaard… the 116th Lombardy!

Here we are: the last Monument of the season! Disputed this Saturday, October 8, 116 Tour of Lombardy will offer a last moment of emotions to lovers of cycling. There “classic fallen leavesit will reward a well-rounded runner, as comfortable uphill as it is downhill. Therefore, the fight should rage as the contenders for victory are numerous, starting with the defending champion, Tadej Pogacar (Team United Arab Emirates). After having lost their titles Liège-Bastogne-Liège and in Tour de Francethe Slovenian has one last chance, to retain a major crown in 2022. In Italy, the 24-year-old will notably face jonas vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma).

Video – Tour of Lombardy 2022 – Tadej Pogacar, for the double?

The last in the career of Vincenzo Nibali and Alejandro Valverde!

Winner of emily towerSome days ago, Enrique More (Movistar Team) is also the favorite for this 116th edition, including the rise of the Civiglio (4.1 km at 10.1%) who should be the justice of the peace again. Vincent Nibali (Team Astana Qazaqstan) and Alexander Valverde (Movistar Team) will really want to finish well this Saturday. Not in his favor this season, the former world champion Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) has one last chance to save their year. Aleksandr Vlasov, Sergio Higuita (BORA-Hansgrohe), Adam Yates, daniel felipe martinez (INEOS Grenadiers), Romain Bardet (DSM team), Miguel Angel Lopez (Team Astana Qazaqstan), mikel landa, Matej Mohoric (Bahrain Victorious)…many of them claim to play leading roles. We are not immune to a little surprise (Andrea Piccolo, Lorenzo Rota…).

The list of participants

United Arab Emirates

1 Tadej Pogacar
2 David Formol
3Joao Almeida
4Marc Hirsch
5 Raphael Majka
6 Alejandro Covi
7 Diego Ulissi

AG2R Citroen Team

11 Clement Champoussin
12 Clement Berthet
13Geoffrey Bouchard
14 Felix Gall
15 Jaakko Hanninen
16 Aurélien Paret-Painter
17 Pablo Lapeira

Alpecin-Deceuninck

21 Jay Vine
22 Tobias Bayer
23 Jimmy Jansens
24 Xander Meurisse
25 Stefano Oldani
26 Kristian Sbaragli
27 Robert Stannard

Team Astana Qazaqstan

31 Vicente Nibali
32 Samuel Battistella
33David De La Cruz
34 Miguel Angel Lopez
35 Xavier Romo
36 Christian Scaroni
37 Simon Velasco

Bahrain victorious

41 Damian Caruso
42 Mikel Landa
43 Gino Mader
44 Matej Mohoric
45 Hermann Persteiner
46 Wouter sticks
47 Eduardo Zambanini

Bardiani-CSF-Faizane

51 Felipe Zana
52 Luca Covili
53 Omar El Gouzi
54 David Gabburo
55 Henok Mulubhran
56 Alex Tolio
57 Alexander Tonelli

BORA-Hansgrohe

61 Wilco Keldermann
62 Juan Aleotti
63 Matthew Fabbro
64 Felix Grosschartner
65 Sergio Higuita
66 Patrick Konrad
67 Alexander Vlasov

Caja Rural – RGA Insurance

71 Jonathan Lastra
72 Aritz Rings
73 Fernando Barcelo
74 Sergio Roman Martin
75 Mikel Snow
76 Eduardo Prades
77 Michael Schlegel

Cofidis

81 William Martin
82 Francois Bidard
83 Thomas Champion
84 Simon Geschke
85 Jesus Herrada
86 Pierre-Luc Perichon
87 Remy Rochas

Hopper Drone – Androni Giocattoli

91 Natnael Thesphazion
92 Mattia Bais
93 Umberto Marengo
94 Andrey Ponomar
95 Simone Ravanelli
96 Santiago Umba
97 Luca Chirico

EF Education – EasyPost

101 Alberto Bettyol
102 Odd Christian Eiking
103 Mark Padun
104 Andrea Piccolo
105 Neilson without power
106 Sean Quinn
107 Rigoberto Urán

EOLO Kometa

111 Lorenzo Fortunato
112 David Bais
113 Mark Christian
114 Alexander Fancellu
115 Erik Fetter
116 Mirco Maestri
117 Samuel Rivi

Groupama-FDJ

121 Quentin Patcher
122 Bruno Armirail
123 Matthew Ladagnous
124 Rudy Molard
125 Miguel storekeeper
126 Attila Valter
127 Lars Van Denberg

INEOS grenadiers

131 Adam Yachts
132 More Lauren
133 Tao Geoghegan Hart
134 Daniel Felipe Martinez
135 Carlos Rodríguez
136 Pavel Sivakov
137 Ben Tulett

Intermarché-Wanty-Materials Group

141 Lorenzo Rota
142 Jan Bakelant
143 Quinten Hermans
144 Laurens Huys
145 Simone Petilli
146 Domenico Pozzovivo
147 Kidney Taaramae

Israel-first technology

151 Jakob Fuglsang
152 corbin strong
153 Alexander De Marchi
154 Charles Fredrik Hagen
155 Hollenstein Challenge
156 Alexander Cataford
157 Michael Woods

Visma Jumbo

161 Jonas Vingegaard
162 Koen Bouwman
163 Tobias Foss
164 Robert Gesink
165 Chris Harper
166 gijs Leemreize
167 Sam Ooman

Soudal Lottery

171 Tim Wellens
172 Felipe Conca
173 Andreas Kron
174 Kamil Małecki
175 Maxim Van Gils
176 Harm Vanhoucke
177 Victor Verschaeve

Movistar Team

181 Alejandro Valverde
182 Jorge Arcas
183 Imanol Erviti
184 Ivan Garcia Cortina
185 John Jacobs
186
187 Jose Joaquin Rojas

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team

191 Julian Alaphilippe
192 Andrea Bagioli
193 Dry Devenyns
194 Honorable Mikkel
195 Ilan Van Wilder
196 Mauri Vansevenant
197 Luis Vervaeke

Team Arkea-Samsic

201 Warren Barguil
202 Louis Barre
203 Nicholas Edet
204 Elie Gesbert
205 Simon Guglielmi
206 Michael Ries
207 Kevin Vauquelin

Team Bike Exchange Jayco

211 Matthew Hat
212 Alexander Balmer
213 Kevin Colleoni
214 Lawson Craddock
215 Tsgabu Grmay
216 Tanel Kangert
217 Nicholas Schultz

DSM team

221 Romano Bardet
222 Thymen Arensmann
223 Mark Brenner
224 Mark Donovan
225 Christopher Hamilton
226 Andreas Leknessund
227 Martijn Tusveld

Total Energies Team

231 Peter Latour
232 Mathieu Burgaudeau
233 Victor Party
234 Fabian Grellier
235 Alan Jousseaume
236 Paul Ourselin
237 Alexis Vuillermoz

Trek-Segafredo

241 Bauke-Mollema
242 Julian Bernardo
243 Julio Ciccone
244 Kenny Elison
245 Emmanuel Ghebreigzabhier
246 Mattias Skjelmose Jensen
247 Antwan Tolhoek

The profile of the 2022 edition

saturday october 8 : Bergamo – Como (253 kilometres), actual departure at 10:05 a.m. and estimated arrival at 5:00 p.m.

Diffusion

live and in full Eurosport 2 from 11 a.m.

the winners

The last twenty editions

2021: 1. Tadej Pogacar (SLO) 2. Fausto Masnada (ITA) 3. Adam Yates (GBR)

2020: 1. Jakob Fuglsang (DAN) 2. George Bennett (NZL) 3. Aleksandr Vlasov (RUS)

2019: 1. Bauke Mollema (NED) 2. Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 3. Egan Bernal (COL)

2018: 1. Thibaut Pinot (FRA) 2. Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 3. Dylan Teuns (BEL)

2017: 1. Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 2. Julian Alaphilippe (FRA) 3. Gianni Moscon (ITA)

2016: 1. Esteban Chavez (COL) 2. Diego Rosa (ITA) 3. Rigoberto Uran (COL)

2015: 1. Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) 2. Daniel Moreno (ESP) 3. Thibaut Pinot (FRA)

2014: 1. Dan Martin (IRL) 2. Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 3. Rui Costa (POR)

2013: 1. Joaquim Rodriguez (ESP) 2. Alejandro Valverde (ESP) 3. Rafal Majka (POL)

2012: 1. Joaquim Rodriguez (ESP) 2. Samuel Sanchez (ESP) 3. Rigoberto Uran (COL)

2011: 1. Oliver Zaugg (SUI) 2. Dan Martin (IRL) 3. Joaquim Rodriguez (ESP)

2010: 1. Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 2. Michele Scarponi (ITA) 3. Pablo Lastras (ESP)

2009: 1. Philippe Gilbert (BEL) 2. Samuel Sanchez (ESP) 3. Alexandr Kolobnev (RUS)

2008: 1. Damian Cunego (ITA) 2. Janez Brajkovic (SLO) 3. Rigoberto Uran (COL)

2007: 1. Damian Cunego (ITA) 2. Riccardo Ricco (ITA) 3. Samuel Sanchez (ESP)

2006: 1. Paolo Bettini (ITA) 2. Samuel Sanchez (ESP) 3. Fabian Wegmann (GER)

2005: 1. Paolo Bettini (ITA) 2. Gilberto Simoni (ITA) 3. Frank Schleck (LUX)

2004: 1. Damian Cunego (ITA) 2. Michael Boogerd (NED) 3. Ivan Basso (ITA)

2003: 1. Michele Bartoli (ITA) 2. Angelo Lopeboselli (ITA) 3. Dario Frigo (ITA)

2002: 1. Michele Bartoli (ITA) 2. Davide Rebellin (ITA) 3. Oscar Camenzind (SUI)

Highest number of hits

5: fausto coppi (ITA / 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1954)

4: alfredo binda (ITA / 1925, 1926, 1927, 1935)

success by country

69: Italy

12: Belgium, France (latest success, Thibaut Pinot in 2018)

5: Switzerland

4: Ireland, Netherlands

2: Spain

1: Colombia, Denmark, Lithuania, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Russia, Slovenia.

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