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GP de Québec odds

GP de Québec 2024 will be held 13 September 2024. There is no odds at GP de Québec 2024 yet.

Who wins GP de Québec 2023?

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Lowest
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Arnaud De Lie7.007.00
Michael Matthews9.009.00
Mattias Skjelmose Jensen10.0010.00
Christophe Laporte12.0012.00
Matej Mohoric12.0012.00
Tim Wellens12.0012.00
Benoît Cosnefroy17.0017.00
Marc Hirschi21.0021.00
Neilson Powless26.0026.00
Biniam Ghirmay29.0029.00
Tiesj Benoot34.0034.00
Valentin Madouas34.0034.00
Alberto Bettiol41.0041.00
Alex Aranburu41.0041.00
Ilan Van Wilder41.0041.00
Julian Alaphilippe41.0041.00
Adam Yates51.0051.00
Axel Zingle51.0051.00
Corbin Strong51.0051.00
Mike Teunissen51.0051.00
Pello Bilbao51.0051.00
Simon Yates51.0051.00
Toms Skujinš51.0051.00
Ben Healy67.0067.00
Brandon Mc Nulty67.0067.00
Lorenzo Rota67.0067.00
Michael Woods67.0067.00
Pavel Sivakov67.0067.00
Alexander Kamp81.0081.00
Magnus Cort Nielsen81.0081.00
Matteo Jorgenson81.0081.00
Maxim Van Gils81.0081.00
Michal Kwiatkowski81.0081.00
Victor Lafay81.0081.00
Clément Champoussin101.00101.00
Ethan Hayter101.00101.00
Kevin Vermaerke101.00101.00
Marius Mayrhofer101.00101.00
Mauro Schmid101.00101.00
Simon Clarke101.00101.00
Simone Velasco101.00101.00
Florian Vermeersch126.00126.00
Mikkel Frølich Honoré126.00126.00
Ben O'connor151.00151.00
Diego Ulissi151.00151.00
Greg Van Avermaet151.00151.00
Mauri Vansevenant151.00151.00
Quinten Hermans151.00151.00
Daniel Martínez201.00201.00
Derek Gee201.00201.00
Frederik Wandahl201.00201.00
Hugo Houle201.00201.00
Jon Izagirre201.00201.00
Pascal Eenkhoorn201.00201.00
Stefano Oldani201.00201.00
Guillaume Martin251.00251.00
Jake Stewart251.00251.00
Warren Barguil251.00251.00
Jack Haig301.00301.00
Jai Hindley301.00301.00
Mathias Vacek301.00301.00
Quentin Pacher301.00301.00
Andreas Leknessund401.00401.00
Bob Jungels401.00401.00
Emils Liepinš401.00401.00
Esteban Chaves401.00401.00
Fausto Masnada401.00401.00
Filippo Baroncini401.00401.00
Matis Louvel401.00401.00
Matthew Dinham401.00401.00
Tosh Van Der Sande401.00401.00
Chris Harper501.00501.00
Giovanni Aleotti501.00501.00
Gorka Izagirre501.00501.00
Kristian Sbaragli501.00501.00
Michael Schär501.00501.00
Nicola Conci501.00501.00
Owain Doull501.00501.00
Rohan Dennis501.00501.00
Daryl Impey601.00601.00
Harry Sweeny601.00601.00
Ivo Emanuel Alves Oliveira601.00601.00
Lawson Craddock601.00601.00
Lucas Eriksson601.00601.00
Lucas Plapp601.00601.00
Marco Brenner601.00601.00
Mathieu Ladagnous601.00601.00
Mick Van Dijke601.00601.00
Rafal Majka601.00601.00
Salvatore Puccio601.00601.00
Stan Dewulf601.00601.00
Tony Gallopin601.00601.00
Aurélien Paret-Peintre801.00801.00
Christopher Juul-Jensen801.00801.00
Dion Smith801.00801.00
Dries Devenyns801.00801.00
Jacob Eriksson801.00801.00
José Joaquín Rojas801.00801.00
Kevin Geniets801.00801.00
Lucas Hamilton801.00801.00
Matteo Fabbro801.00801.00
Michael Gogl801.00801.00
Nicolò Buratti801.00801.00
Pier-André Côté801.00801.00
Sam Oomen801.00801.00
William Barta801.00801.00
Xandro Meurisse801.00801.00
Andrea Peron1001.001001.00
Anthony Delaplace1001.001001.00
Asbjørn Hellemose1001.001001.00
Balmer, Alexandre1001.001001.00
Ben Swift1001.001001.00
Cesare Benedetti1001.001001.00
David Lozano1001.001001.00
Edoardo Zambanini1001.001001.00
Guillaume Boivin1001.001001.00
Iván Romeo1001.001001.00
Jannik Steimle1001.001001.00
Johan Jacobs1001.001001.00
Lars Van Den Berg1001.001001.00
Loïc Vliegen1001.001001.00
Mathijs Paasschens1001.001001.00
Reuben Thompson1001.001001.00
Thibault Guernalec1001.001001.00
Tim Van Dijke1001.001001.00
Valentin Retailleau1001.001001.00
Yannis Voisard1001.001001.00

GP de Québec 2022

The 2022 Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec, often known as the GP de Québec, is a one-day cycling road race that will take place in Quebec City, Canada, on September 9, 2022. It will be the 11th Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec and the 36th edition of the 2022 UCI World Tour..

The "Laurentian Classics" refer to both the Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec and the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal, which are held back-to-back two days later. By winning both competitions in the same calendar year in 2014, Australian cyclist Simon Gerrans became the first person to complete a Laurentian double. Michael Matthews, an Australian cyclist, completed this double in 2018.

The Route

Unlike other one-day cycling races, the Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec is a circuit-based race rather than a point-to-point event. On an 18,1 km long circuit, the riders compete over 11 laps. The climbs are Côte de la Montagne while with 375 meters long and 10% average grade, Côte de la Potasse featuring 420 meters long and 9% average grade, Montée de la Fabrique often giving with 190 meters long and 7% average grade, and Montée du Fort interestingly focusing 1000 meters long and 4% average grade. The climbs have to be completed in quick succession. On the Montée du Fort, the final line is often uphill.

Competing Teams

This race attracts participants from all over the world, and the majority of puncheurs find it to be a practical competition. It is also a bit discussible to riders for its uphill finishing. So, the dip of the race just remains in the riders’ minds. Following are the expected top competitors and competing teams:

Top competitors: Tadej Pogačar, Wout Van Aert, Pello  Bilbao, Matej Mohorič, Biniam Girmay, Michael Matthews, Giacomo  Nizzolo, Tim Wellens, Peter Sagan, Jakob Fuglsang.

Competing Teams: Astana Qazaqstan Team, UAE Team Emirates, Groupama - FDJ, Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team, AG2R Citroën Team, TotalEnergies, Team DSM, Team BikeExchange - Jayco, Lotto Soudal, Jumbo-Visma, Israel - Premier Tech, Trek - Segafredo, BORA - hansgrohe, Movistar Team, Cofidis and many more.

Recent Champions

Australian rider Michael Matthews of Team Sunweb won the race and successfully defended his title in the 2019 and 2018 GP de Québec for two years in a row. In 2019, he defended his first position ahead of Peter Sagan (Bora–Hansgrohe) and Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team).

We don’t want to miss let you know other recent champions including Peter Sagan (Bora–Hansgrohe) 2017, Peter Sagan (Tinkoff) 2016, Rigoberto Urán (Etixx–Quick-Step) 2015, Simon Gerrans (Orica–GreenEDGE) 2014.