Eschborn-Frankfurt 2020 odds
Who wins Eschborn-Frankfurt – Rund um den Finanzplatz 2020?
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Who wins Eschborn-Frankfurt – Rund um den Finanzplatz 2019?
The tour of Eschborn Frankfurt 2019 is a professional road cycling race which held annually in Germany. The race usually begins in the starting week of May each year. The 58th edition of Eschborn Frankfurt tour of Germany 2019 is going to happen on the same date as the previous year, and the route will also remain the same without any changes. The race this year amounts to total 212.5 kilometers and has 1 stage with medium mountain surfaces. The riders will have to compete throughout with their best time.
The 2018’s racing event was won by the Alexander Kristoff from Norway (UAE Team Emirates) while Michael Matthews from Australia (Team Sunweb) took the second place and Belgium rider Oliver Naesen (team AG2R La Mondiale) stayed in the 3rd place.
The 2019 Route
The 58th event of Eschborn Frankfurt pro cycling race distance almost 212.5 kilometers and the route will remain the same as the previous one. The race choice in the wheel exemplary falls this year on another Mainschleife in Frankfurt. Originating from Eschborn, the tip top drivers achieve the Mainmetrople and cross the Main on the Untermainbrücke. Straightforwardly on the stream, it returns over the Schaumainkai to the Old Bridge and on the opposite side of the waterway with a perspective on the Frankfurt horizon. After the entry among Römer and Eiserner Steg, the professionals achieve the Neue Mainzer Straße. Using the Grüneburgweg the drivers turn onto the Reuterweg and drive towards the end goal at the Alte Oper. The new completion round is 6.5 kilometers long and is utilized more than multiple times. The overall race consists up to 4 hills, three sprints and a little distance of flat surfaces. The Eschborn Frankfurt’s 212-kilometer course handles a few prominent slopes – including the 10.8km Feldberg move in the main half – and highlights an intense finale that a greater number of suits Classics riders than unadulterated sprinters.
1- Eschborn to Frankfurt 212.5KM (Medium-mountain stages)
With the new course, some hustling situations are conceivable. If the race in the Taunus is made troublesome, the heavier sprinters ought to get issues rapidly. However, the Sprinter groups figure out how to keep the race sensibly together; they get the open door for a dash on the last, level kilometers to the completion. Alexander Kristoff begins as shielding champion, yet the heavier course is positively not against him.