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Paris Nice 2024: the general classification

The 2024 edition of Paris Nice was a success. launched this Sunday, March 3.

The first big race at the start of the race Stages of the year left this Sunday March 3 from Les Mureaux. This year, the plateau is quite high; with the presence of Evenepoel who is aiming for the Tour de France, but also Roglic, Felix Gaal, Mattias Skjelmose, Joao Almeida and David Gaudu. All eyes will still be almost all on the Belgian, eagerly awaited in France. "I want to try to win a stage and aim for the top of the general ranking. Like all races ultimately. But if I were to finish 2nd or 3rd, I would still be happy. (This will be my first stage race in France and that's what I'm looking forward to the most. Many riders can win, not just Primoz and me, there will have some surprises I think.)

During the first stage, it was the Dutchman Olav Kooij (Visma-Lease a bike) who won the race. by a wire in front of the Treck rider Mads Pedersen. "We passedé I was on the finish line earlier in the stage so I knew it would be difficult and that the strongest guys would chase the bonuses. ;(at intermediate sprint). Ça wasé a sacred It was an effort for me to resist but I had a lot of help from my teammates, especially from the twin brothers  (Tim and Mick Van Dijke). It was a 'really difficult stage'. confessed the winner.

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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

  • Monday March 4 – 2nd stage: Thoiry – Montargis, 177.6 km
  • Tuesday March 5 – 3rd stage: Auxerre – Auxerre, 26.9 km (team time trial)
  • Wednesday March 6 – 4th stage: Chalon – Mont Brouilly, 183km
  • 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