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GP de Montréal 2018 odds

Who wins GP de Montréal 2018?

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Lowest
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Michael Matthews4.254.25
Greg Van Avermaet4.754.75
Tim Wellens7.007.00
Michael Valgren13.0013.00
Matej Mohoric15.0015.00
Zdenek Stybar15.0015.00
Diego Ulissi17.0017.00
Oliver Naesen17.0017.00
Jasper Stuyven19.0019.00
Patrick Konrad23.0023.00
Daryl Impey29.0029.00
Søren Kragh Andersen31.0031.00
Sonny Colbrelli31.0031.00
Alexis Vuillermoz41.0041.00
Anthony Roux41.0041.00
Arthur Vichot41.0041.00
Magnus Cort41.0041.00
Nathan Haas41.0041.00
Rui Costa41.0041.00
Alexander Kristoff51.0051.00
Edvald Boasson Hagen51.0051.00
Enrico Battaglin51.0051.00
Enrico Gasparotto51.0051.00
Jakob Fuglsang51.0051.00
Sep Vanmarcke51.0051.00
Tom-Jelte Slagter51.0051.00
Domenico Pozzovivo67.0067.00
Sergey Chernetskiy67.0067.00
Timo Roosen67.0067.00
Jan Bakelants81.0081.00
John Degenkolb81.0081.00
Peter Kennaugh81.0081.00
Gregor Mühlberger101.00101.00
Luke Durbridge101.00101.00
Damiano Caruso126.00126.00
Roman Kreuziger126.00126.00
Heinrich Haussler151.00151.00
Marc Soler151.00151.00
Sam Oomen151.00151.00
Brandon Mc Nulty201.00201.00
Carlos Verona201.00201.00
Guillaume Boivin201.00201.00
Jens Debusschere201.00201.00
Nathan Brown201.00201.00
Rémi Cavagna201.00201.00
Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg201.00201.00
Simon Špilak201.00201.00
Baptiste Planckaert251.00251.00
David Gaudu251.00251.00
Florian Senechal251.00251.00
Grega Bole251.00251.00
Kristian Sbaragli251.00251.00
Kristijan Koren251.00251.00
Marco Marcato251.00251.00
Mathew Hayman251.00251.00
Owain Doull251.00251.00
Chad Haga301.00301.00
Felix Grossschartner301.00301.00
Jan Polanc301.00301.00
Koen De Kort301.00301.00
Leonardo Basso301.00301.00
Manuele Mori301.00301.00
Mathias Frank301.00301.00
Nikias Arndt301.00301.00
Ryan Anderson301.00301.00
Sam Bennett301.00301.00
Toms Skujinš301.00301.00
Adam Hansen401.00401.00
Ben O'connor401.00401.00
Davide Martinelli401.00401.00
Eros Capecchi401.00401.00
Kenny Elissonde401.00401.00
Nigel Ellsay401.00401.00
Simon Gerrans401.00401.00

GP de Montréal 2018

The GP de Montreal 2018 takes place on Sunday 9th September in Canada. The one-day race is part of the 2018 UCI World Tour, held just three days after the GP de Quebec. Collectively, both races are known as the Laurentian Classics.

The 2018 race is its 9th edition, and the hilly route amounts to 205.7 kilometres of racing. The total altitude gain is almost 4000 metres, and (like the Quebec race) consists of one 12.1 kilometre circuit that is raced seventeen times. 

The current title holder is Diego Ulissi (UAE-Team Emirates), who outsprinted a group of six to win, including Jesus Herrada (Cofidis, Solutions Crédits) and Tom-Jelte Slagter (Team Dimension Data) who came second and third.

The route

The GP de Montréal begins on Avenue du Parc before the riders must tackle the Côte Camillien-Houde early on. They must then climb 1.8 km in Parc du Mont-Royal at 8%. A couple of climbs later, the riders then have a nice descent and a flat section, before reaching the Côte de la Polytechnique - 780 metres at 6%, and a 200 metres kick at 11%.

The route then turns down to Chemin de la Rampe, which is a steep and fast descent with some tight turns. The wide Chemin de la Côte Ste-Catherine then leads the riders back to Avenue du Parc before a sharp turn finishes the circuit with 560 metres left to the finish line on a wide road with a 4% gradient.

Each circuit consists of 229 metres of climbing, with the full amount totalling 3900 metres.

Past winners and favourites

Previous winners of the race include Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team), Tim Wellens (Team Lotto Soudal), Simon Gerrans (BMC Racing Team), World Champion Peter Sagan (BORA - hansgrohe), Rui Costa (UAE-Team Emirates) and Robert Gesink (Team LottoNL-Jumbo).

No rider has ever won the GP de Montreal more than once (although Sagan and Costa have come close). Gesink was the first to win both the Quebec and Montreal (known as the Laurentian double), while Gerrans was the first to win them both in the same year (2014).

Similarly to the GP de Quebec, World Tour teams like BMC Racing, Team Sky, BORA - hansgrohe, Team Sunweb, Astana Pro-Team and Lotto Soudal are expected to field strong lineups. Amongst those targeting the title will be Alexander Kristoff (UAE-Team Emirates), Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb), Michael Valgren (Astana Pro Team), previous winner Tim Wellens, Anthony Roux (Team Groupama - FDJ), previous winner Robert Gesink, and Michal Golas (Team Sky). Last year’s winner, Ulissi is also returning to the race this year and will hope for a repeat performance.