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Who wins La Flèche Wallonne (LFW) 2021?

La Flèche Wallonne 2021 will be held the 21st april 2021. There is no odds at La Flèche Wallonne 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Vuelta a España 2020.

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La Flèche Wallonne 2021

The 2021 La Flèche Wallonne is a one-day cycling race that has been scheduled to take place on 21 April 2021 in Wallonia, Belgium. The race will be the 85th event of the La Fleche Wallonne tour. This runs on the UCI Worldtour with generally rated as 1.UWT race class.

La Flèche Wallonne is also the first of two classics of the Belgian Ardennes and is now traditionally held between the Amstel Gold Race and Liège-Bastogne-Liège in the middle of the week. La Flèche Wallonne, and Liège-Bastogne-Liège were raced at one time as Le Weekend Ardennais on consecutive days. Only seven racers have won the Ardennes double through winning both competitions in the same year.

The race was run for the first time in 1936 with deep enthusiasm via a large challenge. The race is widely considered as a Classic, and emphasized on the UCI Road World Cup and UCI ProTour, although perhaps not as acknowledged as one of the Classic Monuments. Since 2009, it has become part of the calendar for the UCI World Ranking.

The course has changed considerably over the decades, both in route and length, like other cycle race events. The race was first carried out on roads from Tournai to Liege with increasing from 236 km to 300 km in 1938, its longest-ever race distance, after which Mons considered the starting point. In addition, through the decades, there were several changes in the route and length. The competition had begun in Spa and ended in Huy in 1986. The race distance has not transcended 210 km since 1990.

The event begins today in Charleroi and goes east to Huy, where riders do three loops of a complex circuit, including the steep climb of Mur de Huy (The Wall of Huy), with some sections steeper than 15% and as much as 26% on one section. After the third climb, the finish is at the top of Mur.

Participating Teams

As La Flèche Wallonne is the classic level race, there are generally many experienced teams and cyclists take part. The race usually shows a bunch of spring through a difficult challenge from the riders. Here the teams are included:

Movistar Team, Cofidis, Ineos Grenadiers, Lotto–Soudal, Astana, AG2R La Mondiale, Bora–Hansgrohe, CCC Team, Deceuninck–Quick-Step, EF Pro Cycling, Israel Start-Up Nation, NTT Pro Cycling, Team Jumbo–Visma, UAE Team Emirates and so on.

Current Champions

Swiss racer Marc Hirsch won the recent 84th event of the La Flèche Wallonne and kept a great achievement in the race in 2020. He was riding for the UCI WorldTeam Team Sunweb and took the first position by defeating Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R La Mondiale) and Michael Woods (EF Pro Cycling).

However, other current champions are Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck–Quick-Step) 2019, Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Floors) 2018, Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) continuously 2017-2014.