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GP La Marseillaise 2021 odds

Who wins GP La Marseillaise 2021?

The GP La Marseillaise 2021 will take place on Sunday, January 31, 2021. There is no odds at GP La Marseillaise 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Vuelta a España 2020.

Who wins GP La Marseillaise 2020?

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Grand Prix la Marseillaise 2020

The Grand Prix Cycliste la Marseillaise is a professional one-day French cycling race that takes place around Marseille. The 42nd edition of this Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, February 2, 2020. Formerly the name of the course was Grand Prix Ouverture la Marseillaise because it traditionally inaugurated the cycling year in Europe, however, in recent years there are other courses that are competed first in the calendar, at the end of January.

The course was created in 1980 and since the creation of the French Cycling Cup in 1992 has been integrated into that competition until the creation of the UCI Continental Circuits in 2005, of which it is part of the UCI Europe Tour, within the category 1.1.

In the previous years, the victories have been distributed mainly between French and Belgian cyclists with 17 and 11 victories respectively. A good example of this is that the last 3 editions were won by French cyclists: Arthur Vichot, Alexandre Geniez and Anthony Turgis last year.

Preview of Grand Prix la Marseillaise

The course of the race changes a little year after year but is usually very similar. It is about 150km where you have to climb some hills like the Petit Galibier, 7 km at 3.7%, the Pass d'Oullier with 5.5km at 5.7%, and the hardest of all, the Col de l'Espigoulier with 11.3km at 4.3%. Although none of them exceeds 800m altitude, they will take the stage victory not be decided only among sprinters and will select the cyclists with more strength for the final sprint in Marseille.

In recent years the bunch has always fractured through attacks in the final kilometers and the victory of the race has been fought through a reduced sprint of cyclists. A fairly likely scenario again for February 2.

Top Competitors in GP La Marseillaise 2020

Jesús Herrada: The Spanish cyclist of the Cofidis team, Credit Solutions will try to make the victory to start the season by giving his French team a victory.

Edvald Boasson-Hagen: The Norwegian cyclist is a very strong cyclist who will surely be in the top positions at the end of the race

Lilian Calmejane: The French cyclist finished in the third position in the 2017 and 2018 editions. In 2020 he will try to finally win the race.

Other cyclists such as Alexandre Geniez or Benoît Cosnefroy, both of AG2R La Mondiale, will also have high chances of victory due to the strong team they will present in the race.