This is how Evenepoel broke Liège in La Redoute and Cornemont

Remco Evenepoel returned to give an exhibition to win his second Liège-Bastogne-Liège in a race where he met the expectations of being the top favorite after Tadej Pogacar dropped out due to a fall.

An Evenepoel that took advantage of the work of his teammates Louis Vervaeke and Ilan Van Wilder to later accelerate and break the race at La Redoute to set course for victory.

Through the data published by Evenepoel himself in his Strava account, the Belgian completed the climb to La Redoute, with its 1.5 kilometers at 9.8%, in a time of 4:12 at an average of 22 km. /h with peaks of up to 33.3 km/h. It should be noted that Evenepoel was three seconds behind the absolute record in the height but noting that the Belgian climbed with wet ground, giving his attack more merit.

An Evenepoel that took Tom Pidcock to his wheel until the Belgian released the Briton on the Côte de Cornemont, which without being categorized as such with its 2.63 kilometers at 3.3%, was decisive for the future of the race . Here Evenepoel flew to complete the sector in 4:24 at an average of 35.9 km/h. Here the Belgian led the rest of the runners by 24 seconds as shown in his Strava account to widen a difference that Evenepoel managed to keep in the final stretch to enter raising his arms before his audience in the streets of Liège.

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