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Paris Nice 2024: Jorgenson at the top, the general classification

The 2024 edition of Paris Nice was a success. won by the American Matteo Jorgenson

The first big race at the start of the race The stages of the year ended this Sunday, March 10 with the triumph of the American Matteo Jorgenson of the & #39;éteam Visma ahead of the Belgian Remco Evenepoel who failed in the second round. 30 seconds after his victory during the last stage of this Paris Nice. Questioned to find out if he always believed in victory, the American rider confided in on the progress of this last day. "I've never been one" be sure to reach the Col des Quatre Chemins (&10 km from arrival on Sunday), because you never know what can happen in a bike race. But on the Côte de Peille, I gained confidence when I saw that Brandon (McNulty)  éwas released. With Remco (Evenepoel), we had the same goal, so it was the ideal escape partner.

For Evenepoel, "there are a lot of positive points before the Tour de France". "The only mistake I made, it's on Friday's stage where I hesitated too much. &agrav; follow Jorgenson's attack. We also had a little bad luck in the team time trial (Tuesday) but the same  The weather is part of the race, we have to accept it. Otherwise I don't see much negative, I've finished twice 4th, 2nd yesterday(Saturday), I won the stage today (Sunday). Ça gives a lot of confidence for the next races in France and especially for the Tour."

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Here is the general ranking of Paris Nice 2024 with an update day from the end of the stage.

The Paris-Nice route

The steps

  • Thursday March 7 – 5th stage: Saint-Sauveur de Montagut – Sisteron, 193.5km
  • Friday March 8 – 6th stage: Sisteron – La Colle sur Loup, 198.2 km
  • Saturday March 9 – 7th stage: Nice – Auron, 173km
  • Sunday March 10 – 8th stage: Nice – Nice
Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116