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Clásica de San Sebastián 2018 odds

Who wins Clásica de San Sebastián 2018?

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Julian Alaphilippe3.503.50
Daniel Martin8.008.00
Primož Roglic10.0010.00
Bauke Mollema11.0011.00
Egan Bernal15.0015.00
Mikel Landa15.0015.00
Tim Wellens15.0015.00
Tony Gallopin15.0015.00
Greg Van Avermaet19.0019.00
Enric Mas Nicolau21.0021.00
Rigoberto Urán26.0026.00
Bob Jungels29.0029.00
Jon Izagirre34.0034.00
Michael-Matthews--Tao-Hart34.0034.00
Miguel Ángel López34.0034.00
Omar Fraile34.0034.00
Steven Kruijswijk34.0034.00
Gorka Izagirre41.0041.00
Artiz-Bagues51.0051.00
David De La Cruz51.0051.00
Diego Ulissi51.0051.00
Jelle Vanendert51.0051.00
Matej Mohoric51.0051.00
Pablo-Torres51.0051.00
Sergio-Rodriguez51.0051.00
Ilnur Zakarin67.0067.00
Jay Mc Carthy67.0067.00
Pierre-Roger Latour67.0067.00
Pieter Serry67.0067.00
Tao Geoghegan Hart67.0067.00
Anthony Roux81.0081.00
Daryl Impey81.0081.00
Marc Soler81.0081.00
Mikel Nieve81.0081.00
Pello Bilbao81.0081.00
Simon Geschke81.0081.00
Tom-Jelte Slagter81.0081.00
Arthur Vichot101.00101.00
David Gaudu101.00101.00
Davide Villella101.00101.00
Robert Gesink101.00101.00
Daniel Felipe Martínez151.00151.00
Igor Antón151.00151.00
James Knox151.00151.00
Jan Hirt151.00151.00
Jan Polanc151.00151.00
Jhonatan Narváez151.00151.00
Louis Meintjes151.00151.00
Patrick Bevin151.00151.00
Rémi Cavagna151.00151.00
Steven Cummings151.00151.00
Alexandre Geniez201.00201.00
Dario Cataldo201.00201.00
Hermann Pernsteiner201.00201.00
Loïc Vliegen201.00201.00
Matteo Montaguti201.00201.00
Rudy Molard201.00201.00
Sergio Pardilla201.00201.00
Tomasz Marczynski201.00201.00
Toms Skujinš201.00201.00
Alex Aranburu251.00251.00
Chris Hamilton251.00251.00
Julien Bérard251.00251.00
Koen De Kort251.00251.00
Simon Gerrans251.00251.00
Daniel Navarro301.00301.00
Jetse Bol301.00301.00
Julien Simon301.00301.00
Merhawi Kudus301.00301.00
Tosh Van Der Sande301.00301.00

Clásica de San Sebastián 2018

The Clásica de San Sebastián is a UCI World Tour professional cycling race held in the hilly Basque Country, Spain. The 2018 edition is on Saturday the 4th August, just a week after the end of the Tour de France.

Typically, the race is known for its hilly route - notably the amount of steep climbs as the peloton travels through the Basque hills, before the final descent takes them into San Sebastián.

In 2017, Team Sky rider Michal Kwiatkowski took the title, becoming the first Polish rider to do so. He won a five-man sprint to the line ahead of Tony Gallopin (Team Ag2r-La Mondiale), Bauke Mollema (Trek Factory Racing), Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb), and fellow teammate Mikel Landa. Landa played a pivotal part in leading the peloton and paving the way for Kwiatkowski to take the crown.

Recent winners also include Mollema (2016), British rider Adam Yates (Team Mitchelton–Scott - 2015) and Spaniard Alejandro Valverde (Team Movistar - 2014). Spanish riders have had the most success over the race’s rich history. There have been thirteen Spanish winners, followed by seven Italian winners and four French and Dutch winners.

The race

The Clásica de San Sebastián is typically a climbers’ race, and often features many of the big names from the Tour de France. Over the course of the route, there are many winding roads and sections of undulating terrain, favouring aggressive riders.

The race itself is over 220 km in length, and includes the tough climbs of the Jaizkibel and Arkale. The Jaizkibel, in particular, is famous as a decisive point of the race. Unlike the 2017 race, the winner is often a lone rider who attacks and breaks away from the chasing pack.

Big World Tour teams such as Dimension Data, BMC Racing, Team Sky, Astana Pro Team, Team LottoNL-Jumbo and Team Katusha-Alpecin have confirmed they will be competing, so a strong lineup is once again suspected.

Last year was a masterful performance from Team Sky. Can they repeat the feat or will the title return to Spanish soil?