May 22, 2022

GP La Marseillaise 2022 : La composition Sport Vlaanderen

This big guy from Arne Marit (1m85 – 72 kilos) could well create a surprise on the GP La Marseillaise. It’s up to him to keep up the momentum of his end of last season. Photo: @SportVlaanderen_Baloise/GettySport

The Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise formation arrives at the GP La Marseillaise (January 30) with a 100% Belgian team. For these seven runners, it is for each of them their return race. Like many other runners engaged in the event elsewhere.

To read: The complete course and the favorites

Arne Marit and Jens Reynders to watch

With Biniam Girmay’s victory at the Trofeo Alcudia, it goes without saying that the Belgian team can arrive relaxed. And it will be better to face the favorites present at the start of the race. However, the Sport Vlaanderen team with some arguments. Young, but arguments nonetheless. It is a very homogeneous team but with one of them who stands out and that is Arne Marit. The 23-year-old rider had had an excellent end to the season, punctuated by a success obtained in the GP du Morbihan. Jens Reynders could also very well not be far from the best in Marseille on Sunday.

Read also: The list of runners entered

Squad Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise on the GP La Marseillaise

Arne Marit (Belgium – 23 years old), Kenneth Van Rooy (Belgium – 28 years old), Lindsay DeVylder (Belgium – 26 years old), Alex Colman (Belgium – 23 years old), Jens Reynders (Belgium – 23 years old), Aaron Van Poucke (Belgium – 23 years old) and Ward Vanhoof (Belgium – 22 years old)

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Laurent Devernet took his first steps as an editor in the cycling magazine press in 1994. He became a web editor in 2011. Joined the project in 2016. Covered a large number of professional cycling races. Saw Chavanel, Voeckler, Pineau appear… Saw Virenque in tears. Mentioned Armstrong’s confessions, and the amazing apologies of a good number of runners …. Crazy about bikes!