A clear weather of around 17 degrees Celsius for 182 km with 2729 m of climbing. The arrival at Romont, following a 1.2 km climb at an average of 7% which will suit a puncher.
What we can deduce from the prologue is that Felix Großschartner Maximilian Schachmann are here to battle. The beginning of their season were not the best but now, let’s see if they can stay in the game.
|★★★★★||Marc Hirschi||Marc Hirschi||Dylan Teuns|
|★★★★||Ethan Hayter||Sergio Higuita||Marc Hirschi|
|★★★||Ion Izagirre||Michael Woods||Sergio Higuita|
|★★||Dylan Teuns||Brandon McNulty||Ethan Hayter|
|★||Michael Woods||Ethan Hayter||Michael Woods|
Lulu: Marc Hirschi has the qualities to win this stage with an uphill finish.
CC 2004: The uphill sprint finish will favour a climber / puncheur could win and this means Marc Hirschi, who has been consistent results on hilly sprints terrain this year.
Mufcfaan: A stage that has Hirschi written all over it, but respect has to been given to Dylan Teuns and his impressive win at Fleche Wallonne.