The Evenepoel exhibition in Norway, in data

Remco Evenepoel continues his progression in the peloton based on exhibitions like the one he starred in this Thursday with his victory in the third stage of the Tour of Norway on the demanding peak of Gaustatoppen, 12.1 kilometers at 7.6%.

Numerous doubts had grown about Evenepoel about his performance in the high mountains after his hard experience in the Giro from last year and the recent episode in the Tirreno-Adriaticowhere he could not hold out with the best in the decisive day of Carpgena.

However Evenepoel showed in the Norwegian round that he has improved in his raising ability, as completed the last 8.9 kilometers at 9.3% at 19.74 km/h, according to the portal Climbing Records from Twitter user @faustocoppi60.

Data that was also confirmed by the Evenepoel when publishing his activity after the stage in your Strava account. The Norwegian completed the 12.1km climb at 7.6% in 32:22, achieving the KOM on this climb with an average speed of 22.6km/h.

A power that Evenepoel himself also demonstrated at the key moment of the climb, just as includes the Velon CC platform, which highlights that Evenepoel rolled at an average of 19.4 kilometers during the decisive 1.5 kilometers of the final climb with an average of 410 watts and peaks of up to 990 watts. Quite a show of force that may give an idea that Evenepoel could be prepared to wage war in the high mountains as well.

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