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Walscheid delivers strong performance as Henao battles through the pain on stage 20 of Le Tour

Max Walscheid once again delivered another strong time trial performance as he finished 17th on the penultimate stage of the Tour de France, which was won by Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma). Walscheid followed up his excellent performances at the Giro d’Italia with another strong ride over the 30.8km course, that saw him briefly in the ‘hot seat” after posting a time of 37’54” before being usurped by Mikkel Bjerg (UAE). Sergio Henao battled his way to the finish line still suffering from an arm injury suffered during a crash in the Pyrenees and slipped one position in the overall classification to 21st. While the likes.

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Walscheid and Clarke animate breakaway in grueling stage 19 of Le Tour

Simon Clarke and Max Walscheid played key roles in stage 19 of the Tour de France that saw Matej Mohoric (Bahrain) solo to an impressive victory in Libourne for their third stage victory of the race. Team Qhubeka NextHash’s attacking mindset was clear from the outset as Australia’s Simon Clarke immediately made the early move with five other riders in the day’s early breakaway. Together with his breakaway colleagues, Clarke set a furious pace but were kept on a relatively short leash by the peloton with the gap never getting to over four minutes. With various teams still in the hunt for the green jersey,.

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Team | Team Qhubeka NextHash TDF2021 (video)

The 5th short film from our 2021 Tour de France, Team, focuses on the collective effort required to take on the biggest race in our sport. 8 riders might start the race, but 22 support staff are on the ground with the team and another 50 odd staff and 19 other riders all contribute to ensure we reach the Champs-Elysees in Paris..

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Sean Bennett in the break on stage 18 of Le Tour

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) made it back-to-back stage wins at Le Tour de France, taking out the final mountain stage 18 to Luz Ardiden today. Stage 18 of the Tour de France was the final mountain stage of the race, just a short 129km route from Pau to the summit of Luz Ardiden but the route also included the ascent of the famous Col du Tourmalet. From the gun Team Qhubeka NextHash was the first to attack as Sean Bennett set off immediately. He was followed by two other riders and they quickly built a lead of 1-minute before counter attacks followed from within.

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Big GC battle on stage 17 of Le Tour

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) won stage 17 of the Tour de France, taking the win at the summit of the Col de Portet. Stage 17 of the Tour de France presented riders with only the 2nd summit finish of the race, as the 178km route through the Pyrenees finished at Sant-Lary-Soulan on the Col du Portet. With two additional climbs before the summit finish though, it was always expected that the GC riders would dominate the stage. An early break of 6 riders went clear shortly after the stage start, but it did not take long until a number of team’s showed interest in.

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Rain-soaked Le Tour stage 16 presents opportunity for breakaway

Patrick Konrad (Bora-Hansgrohe) won stage 16 of the Tour de France, taking the win with a strong solo effort into Saint-Gaudens from the early breakaway. Stage 16 of the Tour de France got off to a cold and wet start from El Pas de la Casa, as the peloton descended out of Andorra and back toward the Pyrenees mountains. As with many of the previous Le Tour stages, there was again a big battle to try and make the break of the day, with riders knowing today’s 170km route provided a great opportunity to take the win from the breakaway. Team Qhubeka NextHash were in.

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