Rémi Cavagna is the New French ITT Champion

Rémi Cavagna is the New French ITT Champion

Deceuninck – Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team (France) - Press Release: A superb ride in Grand-Champ netted the 25-year-old his first national title.

Rémi Cavagna became the second Deceuninck – Quick-Step rider to win the gold medal at the French National Time Trial Championships, seven years after Sylvain Chavanel took the spoils. Just like then, the event was held in Bretagne, this time the small town of Grand-Champ playing host to the competition which had Rémi among the late starters.

Second at the first checkpoint in Plumelin, after just 5.3 kilometers, Cavagna turned up the gas and rode at a fierce tempo on the 43.6km rolling course, setting the reference time at the next two splits, in Camors and Brandivy. At the finish, he went straight into the hot seat, with a stunning time of 54:42, courtesy of an impressive 47.82km/h average speed.

Photo credit: ©Nicolas Gachet.

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