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September 20, 2021, 19:50

Valentin Retailleau (AG2R Citroën U23 Team) won, this Monday, the first stage of the Tour de Bretagne (2.2), contested over a distance of 159 kilometers between Cambout and Allineuc (Côtes d’Armor). after arrival.

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J. THE NY

A. HUBY

L. COQUERET

Portrait of Jean-Louis LE NY

Jean-Louis LE NY

WB-Fybolia Locmine

7th

“I wanted to win this one but it’s a good day. We are eleven placed for the general. The main part of the day was not to waste time and be in the game for the overall standings, when I finished I wasn’t sure how to handle the sprint and who could still attack. I was a bit at the end of the race because I made a lot of efforts from Mûr-de-Bretagne. I was jumping on anything that moved so as not to miss the right shot, I think I have the level to pass above. It might take a podium or a win to really show that I can compete with the best of this Tour of Britain. The next two stages will be quite hard, the next two a little less. Wednesday’s stage (Rosporden-Brandivy) passes near my home, I know the roads fairly well, it won’t be easy. But the hardest stage was today (Monday). I was not surprised to see a lot of attacks. Considering the drop, it was sure that the general was going to emerge. No one could wait to get to the sprint. In general, the Tour de Bretagne is played on bonuses. We are a little ten to play the general and it will be a little harder for the others ”.
J. THE NY

Portrait of Antoine HUBY

Antoine HUBY

Cross Team Legendre

10th to 19 ”

“I knew that from Mûr-de-Bretagne, it could really be unbridled. I knew the roads, this is my home. I suspected that big groups could go out with big guys. I knew how to get there at the right time. Frankly, I have no regrets, even though I’m 10th and took 19 seconds… I gave the best of myself. I was in front, I raced until the last lap and then I jumped on the pedal. I don’t forget that I’m here first and foremost to prepare for the cyclo-cross season. We had a great collective race with our friends. In the bump, it made the race. On the final circuit, it was going very hard and I am among the best. At the end, it was going very fast, again, and I was less strong. This is the game, I keep learning. We will see if we can do other things later in the week but the main objective of the team is to do the kilometers and prepare for the cyclo-cross season, which will start a week after this Tour of Brittany. year, I passed a step and I run less at home. So running in front of friends, seeing family and friends, on my roads, it’s always fun. Now, we will see how the rest of the week will unfold, but we do not take the lead. We don’t have a specific goal, except to have fun. And be careful not to fall because the cross is coming … ”.
A. HUBY

Portrait of Louis COQUERET

Louis COQUERET

Leopard Pro Cycling

Best climber

“I wanted to take the breakaway and once ahead I made the best climber’s jersey my goal for the day. I managed to take the lead in several GPMs. It’s good and positive for the future. During our breakaway, we always had a headwind. We had to be a lot better in the field, so I never really believed it. Once I knew I took the jersey it was good, our leader Jan Maas was keen to play his card in the final. He’s in good shape and he’s been super consistent this year. It’s very positive, the team is in a good dynamic. At the start of the season, I gained quite a bit of experience in all the races. I helped the team but I wasn’t necessarily in great shape. There, I feel that it is better. I was very good today (Monday) so I hope it will continue like this, especially since there will soon be the Circuit des Ardennes which will be my big goal for the year at home. It’s good to get there in good shape, with that condition. Now I will try to keep the best climber jersey. We will try to get a very good overall classification for Jan as well. ”
L. COQUERET

Jean-Louis LE NY

WB-Fybolia Locmine

“I wanted to win this one but it’s a good day. We are eleven placed for the general. The main part of the day was not to waste time and be in the game for the overall standings, when I finished I wasn’t sure how to handle the sprint and who could still attack. I was a bit at the end of the race because I made a lot of efforts from Mûr-de-Bretagne. I was jumping on anything that moved so as not to miss the right shot, I think I have the level to pass above. It might take a podium or a win to really show that I can compete with the best of this Tour of Britain. The next two stages will be quite hard, the next two a little less. Wednesday’s stage (Rosporden-Brandivy) passes near my home, I know the roads fairly well, it won’t be easy. But the hardest stage was today (Monday). I was not surprised to see a lot of attacks. Considering the drop, it was sure that the general was going to emerge. No one could wait to get to the sprint. In general, the Tour de Bretagne is played on bonuses. We are a little ten to play the general and it will be a little harder for the others ”.

Antoine HUBY

Cross Team Legendre

“I knew that from Mûr-de-Bretagne, it could really be unbridled. I knew the roads, this is my home. I suspected that big groups could go out with big guys. I knew how to get there at the right time. Frankly, I have no regrets, even though I’m 10th and took 19 seconds… I gave my best. I was in front, I raced until the last lap and then I jumped on the pedal. I don’t forget that I’m here first and foremost to prepare for the cyclo-cross season. We had a great collective race with our friends. In the bump, it made the race. On the final circuit, it was going very hard and I am among the best. At the end, it was going very fast, again, and I was less strong. This is the game, I keep learning. We’ll see if we can do other things later in the week, but the team’s main objective is to run for miles and prepare for the cyclo-cross season, which will start a week after this Tour of Brittany. year, I passed a step and I run less at home. So running in front of friends, seeing family and friends, on my roads, it’s always fun. Now, we will see how the rest of the week will unfold, but we do not take the lead. We don’t have a specific goal, except to have fun. And be careful not to fall because the cross is coming … ”.

Louis COQUERET

Leopard Pro Cycling

“I wanted to take the breakaway and once ahead I made the best climber’s jersey my goal for the day. I managed to take the lead in several GPMs. It’s good and positive for the future. During our breakaway, we always had a headwind. We had to be a lot better in the field, so I never really believed it. Once I knew I took the jersey it was good, our leader Jan Maas was keen to play his card in the final. He’s in good shape and he’s been super consistent this year. It’s very positive, the team is in a good dynamic. At the start of the season, I gained quite a bit of experience in all the races. I helped the team but I wasn’t necessarily in great shape. There, I feel that it is better. I was very good today (Monday) so I hope it will continue like this, especially since there will soon be the Circuit des Ardennes which will be my big goal for the year at home. It’s good to get there in good shape, with that condition. Now I will try to keep the best climber jersey. We will try to get a very good overall classification for Jan as well. “

L. COQUERET

A. HUBY

J. THE NY

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