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Gent–Wevelgem odds

Gent–Wevelgem 2024 will be held 24 March 2024. There is no odds at Gent–Wevelgem 2024 yet.

Who wins Gent–Wevelgem 2023?

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Jasper Philipsen4.504.50
Wout Van Aert5.005.00
Arnaud De Lie10.0010.00
Mads Pedersen10.5010.50
Tim Merlier12.0012.00
Christophe Laporte15.0015.00
Olav Kooij17.0017.00
Filippo Ganna26.0026.00
Biniam Ghirmay29.0029.00
Søren Kragh Andersen29.0029.00
Davide Ballerini34.0034.00
Alexander Kristoff41.0041.00
Kasper Asgreen41.0041.00
Matej Mohoric41.0041.00
Stefan Küng41.0041.00
Yves Lampaert41.0041.00
Caleb Ewan51.0051.00
Iván García Cortina51.0051.00
Nathan Van Hooydonck51.0051.00
Arnaud Démare67.0067.00
Benjamin Turner67.0067.00
Magnus Sheffield67.0067.00
Tim Wellens67.0067.00
Jasper Stuyven81.0081.00
Juan Sebastián Molano81.0081.00
Alberto Bettiol101.00101.00
Anthony Turgis101.00101.00
Fernando Gaviria101.00101.00
Fred Wright101.00101.00
Marijn Van Den Berg101.00101.00
Matteo Trentin101.00101.00
Nils Politt101.00101.00
Pascal Ackermann101.00101.00
Sam Bennett101.00101.00
Taco Van Der Hoorn101.00101.00
Tim Van Dijke101.00101.00
Danny Van Poppel151.00151.00
Dylan Groenewegen151.00151.00
Jordi Meeus151.00151.00
Rasmus Fossum Tiller151.00151.00
Sep Vanmarcke151.00151.00
Bert Van Lerberghe201.00201.00
Edward Theuns201.00201.00
Florian Vermeersch201.00201.00
Giacomo Nizzolo201.00201.00
Jake Stewart201.00201.00
Jhonatan Narváez201.00201.00
Jonathan Milan201.00201.00
Mike Teunissen201.00201.00
Peter Sagan201.00201.00
Søren Wærenskjold201.00201.00
Dries Van Gestel251.00251.00
Edvald Boasson Hagen251.00251.00
Frederik Frison251.00251.00
Lewis Askey251.00251.00
Luca Mozzato251.00251.00
Michal Kwiatkowski251.00251.00
Oliver Naesen251.00251.00
Samuel Watson251.00251.00
Simone Consonni251.00251.00
Stan Dewulf251.00251.00
Connor Swift301.00301.00
David Dekker301.00301.00
Gianni Vermeersch301.00301.00
Marco Haller301.00301.00
Rui Oliveira301.00301.00
Andrea Pasqualon351.00351.00
Ben Swift351.00351.00
Bob Jungels351.00351.00
Cédric Beullens351.00351.00
Casper Philip Pedersen351.00351.00
Cees Bol351.00351.00
Jannik Steimle351.00351.00
Jenthe Biermans351.00351.00
John Degenkolb351.00351.00
Marius Mayrhofer351.00351.00
Mark Cavendish351.00351.00
Mathias Norsgaard Jørgensen351.00351.00
Max Kanter351.00351.00
Nikias Arndt351.00351.00
Timo Roosen351.00351.00
Zdenek Stybar351.00351.00
Brent Van Moer401.00401.00
Daniel Mc Lay401.00401.00
Hugo Page401.00401.00
Luka Mezgec401.00401.00
Nils Eekhoff401.00401.00
Owain Doull401.00401.00
Stefan Bissegger401.00401.00
Daniel Oss501.00501.00
Greg Van Avermaet501.00501.00
Jasper De Buyst501.00501.00
Kim Heiduk501.00501.00
Oâ¬Ģbrien, Kelland501.00501.00
Sven Erik Bystrøm501.00501.00
Vito Braet501.00501.00
Damien Touzé601.00601.00
Jonas Rutsch601.00601.00
Andresen, Tobias751.00751.00
Clément Russo751.00751.00
Piet Allegaert751.00751.00

Gent–Wevelgem 2023

The 2023 Gent–Wevelgem in Flanders Fields is a one-day race that will take place on 26 March 2023 in the provinces of West Flanders and Hainaut in west Belgium. It will be the 85th edition of Gent–Wevelgem and the 11th event of the 2023 UCI World Tour.

The 1934 race includes unpaved roads, hills, and cobblestones. Gent-Wevelgem is the second race in the so-called Flemish Week, which is kicked off by the E3 Harelbeke and includes the Tour of Flanders, Dwars door Vlaanderen, and other races. The four Classics are held over ten days. Typically, Gent-Wevelgem is about 250 kilometers long, and the race starts at the Grote Markt in Ypres.

The Route

Gent-Wevelgem travels west into West Flanders and Northern France and has more periodic hills than the majority of the Flemish spring classics, which are centered around Oudenaarde and the numerous hills in the Flemish Ardennes. This delivers a diverse character and makes it better suited for sprinters.

Three hills, the Baneberg, Monteberg, and Kemmelberg, are located within a distance of twelve kilometers of one another in the hilly region in the extreme south of West Flanders. Technical downhills down winding country roads, such as the challenging downhill of the Kemmelberg, are mixed with this series of hills. The race's most challenging and iconic climb is the Kemmelberg.

A total of nine classified hills are covered after these first three bergs when the course turns around and riders re-climb the Baneberg-Monteberg-Kemmelberg sequence. About 35 kilometers from the finish line, at the summit of the Kemmelberg's final ascent, the race typically continues on a lengthy flat run-in to Wevelgem. The Vanackerestraat, Wevelgem's main avenue, is where the race finishes.

Participating Teams

As the race offers fewer hills in the event, it is often crowded with sprinters from all over the world. However, the race appears to be quite competitive and becomes sufficiently challenging with the racers. The top competitors and competing teams are listed below:

Top competitors: Fred Wright, Julian Alaphilippe, Nils Politt, Zdeněk Štybar, Nathan Van Hooydonck.

Competing teams: Lotto-Dstny, AG2R Citroën Team, Alpecin-Deceuninck, Bahrain - Victorious, BORA - hansgrohe, Cofidis, Groupama - FDJ, INEOS Grenadiers, Jumbo-Visma, Movistar Team, Soudal - Quick Step, Team Arkéa Samsic, Team BikeExchange - Jayco, Team DSM, Trek - Segafredo, UAE Team Emirates and many more.

Recent Champions

Eritrean professional road cyclist Biniam Girmay is the title holder from the team Intermarché–Wanty–Gobert Matériaux in 2022 Gent–Wevelgem. Last year’s event came down to a four-up race in which the Eritrean outgunned Christophe Laporte, Dries Van Gestel and Jasper Stuyven.

Other recent champions are Marianne Vos (Team Jumbo–Visma) 2021, Jolien D'Hoore (Boels–Dolmans) 2020, Kirsten Wild (WNT–Rotor Pro Cycling) 2019, Marta Bastianelli (Alé–Cipollini) 2018, Lotta Lepistö (Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling) 2017.