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2023 Chrono des Nations (1.1), France

41st edition: Sunday, October 15, 2023

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Les Herbiers - Les Herbiers, 45.43 km

Joshua Tarling about to set off on his winning ride.

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Weather at the start/finish city of Les Herbiers at 1:40 PM, local time: 14C (58F), sunny, with the wind from the northeast at 16 km/hr (10 mph). No rain is forecast.

The race: Here's the report from winner Josh Tarling's Team INEOS Grenadiers.

Josh Tarling continued his superb form on the time trial bike to end his season with victory at the Chrono Des Nations.

12 months after winning the Junior TT event in the Vendee, Tarling did it again, capping off his neo-pro campaign in perfect style and debuting his European champion’s skinsuit with a win.

The Welshman was fastest through all three checkpoints across the 45.4-kilometre course, taking an eventual winning margin of 13.5 seconds over world champion Remco Evenepoel (Soudal – Quick-Step). Stefan Bisseger (EF Education-EasyPost) rounded out the podium places, 1:10 back.

Tarling was able to gradually extend his margin over Evenepoel, with an initial gap of 10 seconds edging out to 17 at the second intermediate, before bringing it safely across the line in Les Herbiers.

The podium, from left: Remco Evenepoel (2nd), Joshua Tarling (1st) & Stefan Bissegger (3rd).

Complete results:

45.43 kilometers raced at an average speed of 52.386 km/hr

1 Joshua Tarling INEOS Grenadiers 52min 2sec
2 Remco Evenepoel Soudal Quick-Step @ 13sec
3 Stefan Bissegger EF Education-EasyPost 1:10
4 Remi Cavagna Soudal Quick-Step 1:30
5 Mikkel Bjerg UAE Team Emirates 2:06
6 Stefan De Bod EF Education-EasyPost 2:41
7 Frederik Muff Team Coloquick 2:41
8 Enzo Paleni Groupama-FDJ 2:52
9 Thibault Guernalec Arkéa-Samsic 3:16
10 Derek Gee Israel-Premier Tech 3:20
11 Alec Segaert Lotto Dstny 3:22
12 Clément Davy Groupama-FDJ 3:34
13 Miguel Heidemann Leopard TOGT 3:47
14 Cian Uijtdebroeks BORA-hansgrohe 4:07
15 Mathias Ribeiro Da Cruz France 4:19
16 Alessandro De Marchi Jayco-AlUla 4:35
17 Brian Megens Netherlands 4:38
18 Emilien Jeannière TotalEnergies 5:28
19 Jon Knolle Team Vorarlberg 5:46
20 Vladyslav Makogon Finland 6:31
21 Abram Stockman TdT-Unibet 6:47

 


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