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Tour of Slovakia: Julian Alaphilippe and Soudal Quick-step Narrowly Ahead of the Team Time Trial

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The 68th edition of the Tour of Slovakia began this Wednesday with a team time trial. An exercise in which Julian Alaphilippe’s Soudal Quick-Step performed well, only beaten by Jayco AlUla.
Victorious last year in the general classification of the Tour of Slovakia, with Clermontois Rémi Cavagna (left this season for Movistar), Soudal Quick-Step intends to do it again this year.

During the inaugural team time trial, Julian Alaphilippe and his partners were close to winning at the end of the 28.8 km course around the town of Dunajská Streda. But the “Wolfpack” was finally beaten by the Team Jayco AlUla of the German Max Walscheid who took the first leader’s jersey. The Australian team drove at an average speed of 54.48 km/h and won 25 seconds ahead of Soudal and 36 seconds ahead of the Swiss team Q36.5.

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