Maximilian Schachmann, Primoz Roglic, Title, Paris-Nice

Maximilian Schachmann, Primoz Roglic

Schachmann retains Paris-Nice title as Roglic denied again

Schachmann retains Paris-Nice title as Roglic denied again

14/3/2021 7:56:00 PM

Schachmann retains Paris-Nice title as Roglic denied again

Maximilian Schachmann retained his Paris-Nice title after overnight race leader Primoz Roglic suffered an ordeal in the final stage, a 92km ride ...

SportMaximilian Schachmann retained his Paris-Nice title after overnight race leader Primoz Roglic suffered an ordeal in the final stage, a 92km ride from Le-plan-du-Var to Levens on Sunday.FILE PHOTO: Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 13 - Chatel-Guyon to Puy Mary Cantal - France - September 11, 2020. BORA-Hansgrohe rider Maximilian Schachmann of Germany in action. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

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15 Mar 2021 12:30AMShare this contentBookmarkLEVENS, France: Maximilian Schachmann retained his Paris-Nice title after overnight race leader Primoz Roglic suffered an ordeal in the final stage, a 92km ride from Le-plan-du-Var to Levens on Sunday.Roglic, who had a 52-second lead going into the last stage, crashed on a descent before being forced to change bike and, without a team mate to pace him back into the bunch, he lost considerable ground to end up outside the final top 10.

AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Slovenian's woes brought back memories of last year's Tour de France, when he cracked in the final time trial to end up second behind compatriot Tadej Pogacar.Roglic won three stages in this year's Paris-Nice but it did not matter in the end as German Schachmann of the Bora-Hansgrohe team finished on top, ahead of Russian Aleksandr Vlasov and Spain's Ion Izaguirre, who both ride for Astana. headtopics.com

The final stage was won by Dane Magnus Cort Nielsen ahead of France's Christophe Laporte at the end of a short sprint.(Reporting by Julien Pretot; Editing by Ed Osmond) Read more: CNA »

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