RadsportRadsport StraßenrennenItalien Il Lombardia Rennen: Ergebnisse. Endergebnis. Rennen. Austragung des Klassikers Il Lombardia gewonnen. Sechs Kilometer vor dem Ziel setzte Fuglsang die entscheidende Attacke. George Bennet. Im vergangenen Jahr war Il Lombardia eines der ersten Rennen, das er nach seinem Sturz bei der Tour wieder bestritten hat. Er kennt den.
Jakob Fuglsang gewinnt Il Lombardia 2020Im vergangenen Jahr war Il Lombardia eines der ersten Rennen, das er nach seinem Sturz bei der Tour wieder bestritten hat. Er kennt den. RadsportRadsport StraßenrennenItalien Il Lombardia Rennen: Ergebnisse. Endergebnis. Rennen. Austragung des Klassikers Il Lombardia gewonnen. Sechs Kilometer vor dem Ziel setzte Fuglsang die entscheidende Attacke. George Bennet.
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Remco Evenepoel is being stretchered into an ambulance, with his directeur sportif Davide Bramati by his side.
RAI has reported that Evenepoel is conscious. We're no longer being given time gaps for Van der Poel, but our most recent information suggested that the Dutchman was 30 seconds down on the six leaders.
The break is about 5km from the foot of the Civiglio 4. It would be a surprise if there were still 6 men in front over the top.
Van der Poel has been caught by Carapaz, Schachmann, Majka and Ulissi to form a five-man chasing group, a minute or down on the leaders. Nibali sets the pace on the lower slopes of the Civiglio.
The Italian looked to to be struggling with cramp after the descent of the Sormano, so perhaps Mollema and Ciccone are the team's anointed options in the finale.
The three Trek riders are in front. Fuglsang sits at the back of the group and eyes up George Bennett. The New Zealander has no teammate here, but he has plenty of momentum after winning Gran Piemonte.
Carapaz, Van der Poel and the chasers, meanwhile, are now down and long out of the hunt for the win. Jakob Fulgsang accelerates and George Bennett immediately responds.
This duo opens a gap over the rest and now Trek-Segafredo must close it down. Nibali puts in a big turn in a bid to chase them down and then swings over.
That looks like the end of his challenge, and now it's up to Mollema and Ciccone. Nibali sits up, and now Vlasov attacks the other two Trek riders and bridges swiftly across to Fuglsang and Bennett.
Nibali is further down the climb. Trek's numerical advantage looks to have been wasted completely on this run-in. Vlasov sets the pace for Fuglsang in the final kilometre of the Civiglio, while Bennett sits on the Dane's wheel.
Mollema and Ciccone have steadied the ship a little on the upper part of the Civiglio, and they have cut their deficit slightly to 15 seconds.
Vlasov is beginning to struggle as Fuglsang pushes on the pace near the top. THe Dane will surely knock off the pace over the top to make sure he has the Russian for company on the run-in to the final climb of San Fermo della Battaglia.
Vlasov is struggling to keep contact, but then again, he looked in the horros at various points after attacking on Mont Ventoux last week but still emerged a resounding winner.
Vlasov inches his way back up to Fuglsang and Bennett over the top of the Civiglio. This trio has 17 seconds on the Trek-Segafredo tandem of Ciccone and Mollema.
Ciccone and Mollema have stuck gamely to their task over the top of the Civiglio, and this duo are just 13 seconds back.
They might well get back on before San Fermo della Battaglia, but does either man have the legs to live with Fuglsang and Bennett on a climb?
The summit of San Fermo della Battaglia 2. Mollema overshoots a corner, but he manages to stay upright and rejoin Ciccone. They have 14 seconds to recoup on the leaders.
Vlasov, however, looks to be sacrificing himself for Fuglsang. The Russian takes a long turn on the front with Fuglsang and Bennett on his wheel.
Ciccone and Mollema are at 17 seconds. Ciccone and Mollema are losing ground again on the three leaders, and it doesn't look as though the Trek duo will get back up to Fuglsang, Vlasov and Bennett.
Fuglsang follows, while Vlasov is distanced by 20 metres or so. Bennett puts in another dig, but he can't shake Fuglsang and Vlasov isn't out of the equation just yet either.
The Russian is climbing at his own pace but limiting his losses for now. Fuglsang comes through and takes a turn with Bennett, which Vlasov will hardly appreciate.
The have 30 metres or so on the Russian and 33 seconds on Mollema and Ciccone. Jakob Fuglsang launches a crisp acceleration of his own and Bennett can't respond.
The Dane looks over his shoulder, sees Bennett is in difficult and then he kicks again. This looks like the winning move. Fuglsang is pedalling with disarming facility and he is stretching out his advantage over George Bennett.
Bennett digs in and is still pedalling well, but the year-old Fuglsang is on another level and already has 16 seconds in hand.
Jakob Fuglsang is over the top of San Fermo della Battaglia. He has 20 seconds in hand on George Bennett as he begins the drop towards Como.
Vlasov was third over the top, while Mollema chases alone in fourth after Ciccone had to stop for a bike change near the top of San Fermo della Battaglia.
Jakob Fuglsang is on course to win the second Monument of his career after landing Liege-Bastogne-Liege last year.
Bennett betrays signs of fatigue on the descent. He is a mite sloppy on a couple of corners and Fuglsang's advantage is out to 24 seconds.
The summertime edition of Il Lombardia will have a northern European winner. Bennett will claim second place, while Fuglsang's teammate Vlasov should hold off Mollema for third.
Aleksander Vlasov Astana takes third at 50 seconds after teeing up his teammate Fuglsang for victory.
Bauke Mollema Trek-Segafredo takes 4th at His teammate Giulio Ciccone holds on for 5th. Max Schachmann has crashed on the descent of San Fermo della Battaglia.
Television pictures show he was hit by a non-race car that drove across the road and across Schachmann's path.
Schachmann is mercifully back on his bike and is riding into the finish, but that cannot detract from the gravity of what just happened.
How on earth was the road open to the public in the closing kilometres of a Monument like Il Lombardia? Jakob Fuglsang takes the win but this has been a race overshadowed by crashes.
Recmo Evenepoel's race was ended by his crash on the descent of the Sormano , while Max Schachmann has just been inexplicably brought down by a car on the race route.
Deceuninck-QuickStep have provided an update on Remco Evenepoel, who crashed out of the race on the descent of the Sormano: "First update on EvenepoelRemco.
He is at the Como hospital, where he is conscious and his condition is being assessed by the medical team. We hope to have more news soon.
First update on EvenepoelRemco. ILombardia pic. Schachmann crossed the line in 7th place and he wears a disbelieving smile as he stands outside an ambulance at the finish line.
The German champion doesn't appear to be seriously hurt although he did seem to be nursing an arm when he crossed the line.
Jakob Fuglsang, meanwhile, talks RAI television through his win: "I felt good but you never know how the others feel.
I saw George Bennett was strong and he'd won a couple of days ago. It was important to reduce the group and Vlasov was a campione today. He gave me a big hand to finish things off.
In the finale I told myself to wait for the sprint, I thought that I could beat him [Bennett]. But when he attacked a second time I decided to go myself and he faded.
Fuglsang added that he didn't see Remco Evenepoel's crash. I saw Vincenzo go on the front and descent at full speed. I was third wheel and saw there were only a few of us left.
We can only hope he's okay. When we saw that Remco's data had stopped, we already thought it was him.
When we got there, all I saw was his bike. A bike without a rider, that's not a pleasant sight. I walked straight down and quickly saw that he was okay.
He could talk and said he had pain in his right side. He's in the hospital now, with the doctor, Patrick [Lefevere] and his family. I think he'll be all right.
But may the bad luck stop for us now. The CPA has just tweeted Surely it would be more appropriate for the riders' representative association to be asking why a random car on the course crashed into one of its members in the closing kilometres?
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