Dwars door Vlaanderen 2020 odds

Who wins Dwars door Vlaanderen 2020?

There is no odds at Dwars door Vlaanderen 2020 yet, but we had already found odds at Milan–San Remo 2020.

Who wins Dwars door Vlaanderen 2019?

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Bob Jungels4.504.50
Tiesj Benoot6.506.50
Fernando Gaviria9.009.00
Arnaud Démare10.0010.00
Oliver Naesen13.0013.00
Yves Lampaert13.0013.00
Alexander Kristoff15.0015.00
Niki Terpstra15.0015.00
Alejandro Valverde19.0019.00
Jens Keukeleire21.0021.00
Matej Mohoric23.0023.00
Alberto Bettiol26.0026.00
Mads Pedersen26.0026.00
Luke Rowe29.0029.00
Mike Teunissen29.0029.00
Danny Van Poppel34.0034.00
Jasper Stuyven34.0034.00
Álvaro José Hodeg41.0041.00
Jempy Drucker41.0041.00
Pascal Ackermann41.0041.00
Sebastian Langeveld41.0041.00

Dwars Door Vlaanderen 2019

Dwars door Vlaanderen is a professional cycling race which held annually in Flanders, Belgium. It is also the part of the UCI Europe tour. The event of Dwars door Vlaanderen pro usually starts in the ending days of March each year. The 74th edition of the Dwars door Vlaanderen is holding on 3rd April this year. Four days before the De Panne 3 days, the contest is the hilly Classic on the cycling calendar. The course is almost a copy of the previous edition. The first half contains a few minor changes, but the second half is completely identical. The 2019 route amounts to 180.1 kilometers and takes 12 categorized climbs. The Dwars door Vlaanderen 2019 route contains mostly cobbles surfaces and a little of flats too.

The 73rd event of Dwars door Vlaanderen was won by Yves Lampaert (Team Quick-Step Floors) while Mike Teunissen (Team Sun Web’s) took the second place.

The Route 2019

The route for the 2019 course is the same as the last year. Crosswise through Flanders, in 2019 there are twelve slopes and three cobblestone strips. The course is somewhat less heavy than last year because the race now takes place in the week before the Tour of Flanders. By picking up the sharp edges of the course, the organization still hopes to get as many world class players as possible at the start. That has been quite successful, although Peter Sagan does not show up. After the start in Roeselare, it takes 83 kilometers before the first obstacle turns up: the Kluisberg. From that moment on, it is just about every ten kilometers a hit. Via the Knokteberg, once again the Kluisberg and the Knokteberg, it goes forward to the Kortekeer, Steenbeekdries, and the Taaienberg. After the Kruisberg the Knokteberg is waiting again and by that time the final will break. In the meantime, the riders also have the cobbles of the Mariaborrestraat behind them. They are right in front of the Steekbeekdries.


1-    Kluisberg to Taaienberg (180KM) Hilly mountain-stage.