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GP de Québec odds

GP de Québec 2021 was cancelled. There is no odds at GP de Québec 2022 yet, but we have found odds at Tour de France 2022.

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GP de Québec

The 10th edition of the GP de Quebec 2019 takes place on Friday 13th September in Canada. The one-day race is part of the 2019 UCI World Tour, held just a few days before the slightly tougher GP de Montréal. Collectively, both races are known as the Laurentian Classics.

The GP de Quebec typically features sixteen circuit laps, totalling just over 200 km of racing and almost 3,000 metres of vertical gains. The current holder is Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb), who out-sprinted Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team) and Jasper Stuyven (Team Trek - Segafredo) to the title. Matthews won both the Quebec and Montreal races last year.

The 2019 race preview

Over 200 km of racing will great the peloton. Last year, the race started by the banks of the Saint Lawrence River and included sections on the Boulevard de Champlain, the city walls on the narrow Rue de Remparts, overlooking the port, the Côte de la Potasse (420 metres of climbing at 9%), the Montée de la Fabrique (190 metres of climbing at 7%) and the Côte de la Montagne (375 meters of climbing at 10%, rising to 13%).

Since its first edition in 2010, some big names have previously won the title. Former World Champion Peter Sagan (Team BORA - hansgrohe) won in 2017 and 2016, Rigoberto Uran (Team EF Education First) won in 2015, Simon Gerrans (retired) won in 2014 and 2012, Robert Gesink (Team Jumbo-Visma) in 2013, Philippe Gilbert (Team Deceuninck - Quick Step) in 2011 and the retired Thomas Voeckler won the first edition in 2010.

Sagan and Gerrans are the only riders to win the GP de Quebec more than once, while Gerrans and Matthews are the only riders to win both the Quebec and Montreal (known as the Laurentian double) in the same year.

A strong lineup is expected once more this year and those looking to topple Matthews include hot favourites Tim Wellens (Team Lotto Soudal), Michal Kwiatkowski (Team INEOS), and Robert Gesink. Jasper Stuyven will also be looking to improve on his third place finish last year. Greg Van Avermaet is also a danger on any one-day race. Michael Valgren (Team Dimension Data) is another who will be looking to do better than his tenth placed finish last year.