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GP de Montréal 2019 odds

Who wins GP de Montréal 2019?

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Peter Sagan3.503.50
Michael Matthews4.004.00
Julian Alaphilippe5.005.00
Greg Van Avermaet9.009.00
Diego Ulissi17.0017.00
Sonny Colbrelli21.0021.00
Tim Wellens23.0023.00
Remco Evenepoel26.0026.00
Jasper Stuyven29.0029.00
Jack Haig34.0034.00
Michael Valgren34.0034.00
Kasper Asgreen41.0041.00
Marc Hirschi41.0041.00
Michael Woods41.0041.00
Adam Yates51.0051.00
Benoît Cosnefroy51.0051.00
Oliver Naesen51.0051.00
Tom-Jelte Slagter51.0051.00
Bauke Mollema67.0067.00
Rui Costa67.0067.00
Vincenzo Nibali67.0067.00
Alberto Bettiol81.0081.00
Eduard Prades81.0081.00
Matej Mohoric81.0081.00
Michal Kwiatkowski81.0081.00
Sep Vanmarcke81.0081.00
Daryl Impey101.00101.00
Jonas Vingegaard101.00101.00
Timo Roosen101.00101.00
Anthony Roux126.00126.00
Enric Mas Nicolau126.00126.00
Laurens De Plus126.00126.00
Valentin Madouas126.00126.00
Magnus Cort151.00151.00
Nathan Haas151.00151.00
Daniel Martin201.00201.00
Enrico Gasparotto201.00201.00
Iván García Cortina201.00201.00
Jay Mc Carthy201.00201.00
Jelle Vanendert201.00201.00
Patrick Konrad201.00201.00
Roman Kreuziger201.00201.00
Toms Skujinš201.00201.00
Damiano Caruso251.00251.00
Davide Ballerini251.00251.00
Simon Geschke251.00251.00
Carlos Betancur301.00301.00
Chris Lawless301.00301.00
Davide Villella301.00301.00
Jasper Philipsen301.00301.00
Lucas Hamilton301.00301.00
Pello Bilbao301.00301.00
Rudy Molard301.00301.00
Antwan Tolhoek401.00401.00
Danny Van Poppel401.00401.00
Geraint Thomas401.00401.00
James Piccoli401.00401.00
Krists Neilands401.00401.00
Nans Peters401.00401.00
Stan Dewulf401.00401.00
Christopher Juul-Jensen501.00501.00
Dries Devenyns501.00501.00
Hugo Houle501.00501.00
José Gonçalves501.00501.00
Kristian Sbaragli501.00501.00
Ryan Gibbons501.00501.00
Jan Bakelants601.00601.00
Jasha Sütterlin601.00601.00
Mathias Frank601.00601.00
Pieter Serry601.00601.00
Rubén Fernández601.00601.00
Simon Špilak601.00601.00
Alex Howes751.00751.00
Jai Hindley751.00751.00
Jan Polanc751.00751.00
Jonas Gregaard Wilsly751.00751.00
Laurent Gervais751.00751.00
Mikkel Frølich Honoré751.00751.00
Richie Porte751.00751.00
Sven Erik Bystrøm751.00751.00

GP de Montréal 2019

The GP de Montréal 2019 takes place on Sunday 15th September in Canada. The one-day race is part of the 2019 UCI World Tour calendar, held just two days after the GP de Quebec. These two races collectively are known as the Laurentian Classics.

The 10th edition of the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal will once more feature the world’s best teams. It’s a circuit race consisting of demanding climbs and the finishing straight of Avenue du Parc (560 metres at 4% gradient). In total, the hilly route amounts to over 200 km of racing.

The current title holder is Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb), who won the 2018 race ahead of Sonny Colbrelli (Team Bahrain Merida) and Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team). Matthews also won the GP de Québec just a few days previous, becoming the first rider to win both the Laurentian Classics races in the same year since Simon Gerrans (retired) in 2014.

The 2019 race preview

If last years route was anything to go by, we can expect plenty of hills and attacking opportunities for the peloton. The 2018 route included the Côte Camillien-Houde early on, the 1.8 km climb in Parc du Mont-Royal at 8%, and the Côte de la Polytechnique (780 metres at 6%, and a 200 metres kick at 11%). The finish is once more expected to be at the Avenue du Parc. The race will consist of circuits of a short loop, so each hill will have to be climbed multiple times.

The race has a stellar list of past winners. Before Matthews last year, previous winners include Diego Ulissi (UAE-Team Emirates) in 2017, Greg Van Avermaet in 2016, Tim Wellens (Team Lotto Soudal) in 2015, former World Champion Peter Sagan (Team BORA - hansgrohe) in 2013, Rui Costa (UAE-Team Emirates) in 2011 and Robert Gesink (Team Jumbo-Visma) in 2010.

There has still been no rider to win the GP de Montréal more than once (although Sagan and Costa have come close). Gesink is one of only riders to win both the Quebec and Montreal races (known as the Laurentian double), while Gerrans and Matthews are the only riders to win them both in the same year.

This year, Tim Wellens returns and will be a hot favourite, alongside Gesink. Both will be aiming to reclaim their title from Michael Matthews. Jasper Stuyven (Team Trek - Segafredo) will prove a stern test, while previous winner and last year’s podium finisher Greg Van Avermaet will always be a danger. Elsewhere, threats include previous winner Diego Ulissi, Oliver Naesen (Team AG2R La Mondiale) who finished fourth last year, Michael Valgren (Team Dimension Data) and Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Dimension Data).


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