Gent–Wevelgem 2019 odds
Who wins Gent–Wevelgem 2019?
Gent Wevelgem is the start of Flanders Classics week, often the most high-quality sportive of the year and is the part of UCI Europe tour. The race changes every 365 days which mean yearly quite but is defined through the middle section packed with tough climbs, some off-road riding on the Plum streets and most of all from the daylong fight with strong headwinds. The game sports objectives to detect a decent group and share the workload, taking turns on the front and spending most of the time out of the wind. Getting dropped or trying a kamikaze attack can come again to hang-out you quickly.
The racing tour begins in early March on first Saturday each year before the Tour of Flanders. It's a one-day tour and the route amount up to 250.8 kilometers and features eleven hills and three sectors on semi-unpaved roads.
Peter Sagan won the 2018 tour of Gent-Wevelgem, and he outsprints all to pocket his third victory, while Elia Viviani took the second place.
The 2019 Route
The course of Gent Wevelgem in Flanders Fields pursues the most vital areas of the great Ghent-Wevelgem cycle race. You spring from Kemmel to Westouter, Boeschepe, Godewaersvelde, Berthen, Bailleul, Loker, Dranouter and end with a double climb of the Kemmelberg. The program takes in eleven testing slopes, including the Catsberg, Zwarteberg, Monteberg, and Scherpenberg. When you achieve the best, you can appreciate the radiant all-encompassing perspectives, with their interwoven of woods and fields, jumbled by superb indented streets. All distance, of course, is amounting round about 250-255KM.
1- Dienze to Kortrijk (250KM) Hilly-Mountain Stage.
The 2019 Favorites
The tour Gent Wevelgem includes some large or big names except Elia Vivani. He already has 4 stage wins and an infrequent overall victory to his name last year. One of the primary largest names within the sprinting second and third divisions has come forward this present year. Jasper Stuyven will still be watching to make up for his poor 2017; he used to be already completed on the podium five times in 2018. Pascal Ackermann is often the main Bora charge. He completed 3rd within the Handzame classic last week so seems to like racing in Belgium.
Adrien Petit had a doomed late breakaway on the GP Denain last weekend that still noticed him finish 10th, a 4th in Le Samyn and a victory in Paris-Troyes shows some form in his legs. Jens Keukeleire accomplished 2nd in Gent-Wevelgem last year so obviously can make it over the Kemmelberg in nice and good shape. There’s no reason he cannot make it over the lumps near the finish. Britain’s Adam Blythe has danger for Aqua Blue; he completed fifth in Handzame and was as soon as remarkably constant within the Dubai Tour.
People Favorite Riders:
The most favorite recent titleholder are Peter Sagan, Dylan Groenewegen, Arnaud Démare, Matteo Trentin, Greg Van Avermaet, Magnus Cort, Jasper Stuyven, Sep Vanmarcke, Sonny Colbrelli, Edvald Boasson Hagen, John Degenkolb, Michael Valgren, Mike Teunissen, Ian Stannard, Gianni Moscon, Niki Terpstra, and Michael Matthews.