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Gallopin and Vanendert lead Lotto in the GP de Wallonie while Greipel and Debusschere target sprint wins later in the week

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ANDRÉ GREIPEL

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BORIS VALLÉE

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GP IMPANIS - VAN PETEGEM

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GP DE WALLONIE

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JELLE VANENDERT

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JENS DEBUSSCHERE

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JONAS VANGENECHTEN

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JURGEN ROELANDTS

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KAMPIOENSCHAP VAN VLAANDEREN

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KENNY DE HAES

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KRIS BOECKMANS

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LOTTO SOUDAL

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MARCEL SIEBERG

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SEAN DE BIE

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16.09.2014 @ 23:28 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Lotto Belisol go into a busy week with three Belgian races. Tomorrow Tony Gallopin and Jelle Vanendert will lead them in the hilly GP de Wallonie while Jens Debusschere and André Greipel will target sprint wins later in the week.

 

Apart from the World Championship team time trial Lotto Belisol takes part in three more races this week. Tomorrow it's the Grand Prix de Wallonie. After 198.2 kilometers the winner will triumph on the Citadel of Namur. The three trainees of Lotto Belisol are all part of the selection: Tiesj Benoot, Xandro Meurisse and Oliver Naesen. Tony Gallopin and Jelle Vanendert, both selected for the road race at the World Championships in Ponferrada, will also be at the start.

 

On Friday the 99th edition of the Championship of Flanders - Koolskamp takes place. Jens Debusschere took his pro victory there last season. The Belgian champion will take part in the race this year as well. André Greipel is added to the start list too.

 

One day later the Primus Classic Impanis - Van Petegem is programmed. A race of 196.6 kilometers between Brakel and Haacht. Tony Gallopin and André Greipel are two of the riders defending the colours of Lotto Belisol.

 

Selection GP Wallonie: 

Tiesj Benoot, Sean De Bie, Tony Gallopin, Xandro Meurisse, Oliver Naesen, Boris Vallée, Dennis Vanendert and Jelle Vanendert.

 

Selection Koolskamp: 

Kris Boeckmans, Jens Debusschere, Kenny Dehaes, Gert Dockx, André Greipel, Jürgen Roelandts, Marcel Sieberg and Jonas Van Genechten.

 

Selection GP Impanis - Van Petegem: 

Tiesj Benoot, Gert Dockx, Tony Gallopin, André Greipel, Jürgen Roelandts, Marcel Sieberg, Boris Vallée and Jonas Van Genechten.

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