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GP La Marseillaise odds

Who wins GP La Marseillaise 2022?

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Who wins GP La Marseillaise 2021?

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Bryan Coquard2.372.25
Matteo Trentin6.005.00
Edvald Boasson Hagen7.506.50
Christophe Laporte11.008.50
Amaury Capiot17.0015.00
Thomas Boudat19.0019.00
Anthony Turgis26.0019.00
Tim Wellens26.0023.00
Ryan Gibbons29.0023.00
John Degenkolb34.0019.00
Stefan Bissegger34.0026.00
Andrea Pasqualon41.0034.00
Jake Stewart51.0041.00
Philippe Gilbert51.0041.00
Andreas Kron67.0015.00
Benjamin Thomas67.0051.00
Lilian Calmejane67.0051.00
Tony Gallopin81.0051.00
Alexys Brunel101.0029.00
Odd Christian Eiking101.0051.00
Pierre-Roger Latour101.0051.00
Jesús Herrada101.0067.00
Stefano Oldani101.0081.00
Alexandre Geniez101.00101.00
Anthony Perez101.00101.00
Chris Lawless101.00101.00
Eduard-Michael Grosu101.00101.00
Fabien Grellier101.00101.00
Juan Sebastián Molano101.00101.00
Maurits Lammertink101.00101.00
Gerben Thijssen126.0051.00
Alexis Vuillermoz151.0051.00
Jonathan Hivert151.00101.00
Jordan Levasseur151.00101.00
Julien El Fares151.00101.00
Milan Menten151.00101.00
Quentin Pacher151.00101.00
Alessandro Fedeli151.00151.00
Arjen Livyns151.00151.00
Cyril Barthe151.00151.00
Simon Carr151.00151.00
Aurélien Paret-Peintre201.0029.00
Alessandro Covi201.00101.00
Alexandr Riabushenko201.00101.00
Julien Trarieux201.00101.00
Diego Rosa201.00201.00
Enrique Sanz Unzué201.00201.00
Nicolas Edet301.00101.00
Tom Devriendt301.00101.00
Mauro Finetto301.00301.00
Rémy Rochas301.00301.00
Rubén Fernández301.00301.00

GP La Marseillaise 2021

The 42nd edition of the Grand Prix La Marseillaise will take place on January 31, 2021. The race is part of the UCI Europe Tour 2021 calendar and will run as a 1.1 event. It will also be started as the first event of the French Road Cycling Cup 2021.

The Grand Prix La Marseillaise is a French cycling event held every year in the Department of Bouches-du-Rhône. Started in 1980 and simply called La Marseillaise until 1991, it was included in group 1.1 of the UCI Europe Tour in 2005.

In addition, It is the first race on the European calendar, contested on Sunday of the last week of January, five days before the start of the Étoile de Bessèges, which was once a stage. It has been considered the opening round of the French Cycling Cup since 2010.

The route is designed in a wonderful way like the race starts from Marseille and finishes its course at the same location after rounding almost 145 kilometers of the race distance. While running the roads of Marseillaise, the riders will discover three well-known ascents, including Pas d'Ouillier, Col de l'Espigoulier, and Pas de la Couelle.

Participating Teams

The Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise is also available to WorldTeams under the maximum of 50 percent of the competing teams, the professional continental teams, the continental teams, and national teams, placed in category 1.1 of the UCI Europe Tour.

In the La Marseillaise Grand Prix, fifteen teams take parts such as four from WorldTeams, six from ProTeams, and five from continental teams.

The teams are including AG2R Citroën Team, Cofidis-Credit Solutions, EF Education-Nippo, Lotto Soudal, Groupama-FDJ, UAE Team Emirates, Arkéa Samsic, Total Direct Energy, Bingoal-WB, St Michel-Auber 93, Cambodia Cycling Academy, and many more.

Recent Champions

Benoît Cosnefroy is a French cyclist who is the recent winner of the 41st GP La Marseillaise in 2020. He got the first position through outstanding performance by defeating respectively Valentin Madouas and Tom devriendt.

There are other recent champions from different years including Anthony Turgis (2019), Alexandre Geniez (2018), Arthur Vichot (2017), Dries Devenyns (2016) and Pim Ligthart (2015).