Yves Lampaert Extends for Three Years

Yves Lampaert Extends for Three Years

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl (Belgium) - Press Release: The Belgian inks a new deal with the Wolfpack.

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl has reached an agreement with Yves Lampaert, which will see him stay with the team until the end of 2025. The 31-year-old from Izegem has had a memorable 2022, with most remembering the unfortunate crash at his beloved Paris-Roubaix, which cost him a probable podium place. Equally emotional was the opening stage of the Tour de France, where Yves powered his way to victory in the individual time trial in Copenhagen and took the famous and coveted yellow jersey.

Having joined the team in 2015, Yves’ new contract reaches through 2025, meaning it will see him complete a decade with the Wolfpack, where he has carved a niche for himself as a classic specialist, a powerful time trialist and a reliable domestique and teammate.

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