Nations' Cup Hungary

Road Cycling Junior World Cup - August 16-17., 2023

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Belgian success at the Trophée Centre Morbihan

After the Gent-Wevelgem, the Paris-Roubaix and the Course de la Paix Juniors, the 2022 Junior Nations’ Cup series continued in France with the Trophée Centre Morbihan, which ended Belgium’s Jens Verbrugghe victory.

Published: May 24, 2022

The event took place on 21 and 22 May and featured one full and two half stages.

The first 115-kilometre stage was won by Belgian Vlad van Mechelen, before the 7-kilometre individual time trial the following morning saw British super-talent Joshua Tarling triumph, completing the distance in just 8 minutes 32 seconds, averaging 49.2 kilometres per hour. Tarling had a thirteen-second overall lead going into the afternoon’s hilly 109 kilometre stage, where Frenchman Ronan Augé celebrated, and as the British boy finished on a time deficit, Belgium’s Jens Verbrugghe won the overall classification ahead of Portugal’s António Morgado and Norway’s Johannes Kulset.

Belgium currently leads the Union Cycliste International (UCI) national rankings, with France second and Germany third.

The World Cup series continues with the Tour du Pays de Vaud race in Switzerland from 26 to 29 May.

Of course, there will also be a home Nations’ Cup Youth World Cup in 2022, which, as originally planned, will host cyclists from 17 to 19 August as the ninth stage of the ten-round series.



Nations Cup Hungary Stage 1
Nations Cup Hungary Stage
Nations Cup Hungary Stage 2/B


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