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Tour de Wallonie 2021 odds

There is no odds at Tour de Wallonie 2021 yet, but there is soon odds at La Flèche Wallonne 2020.

Who wins Tour de Wallonie 2020?

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Greg Van Avermaet2.622.62
Oliver Naesen8.508.50
Philippe Gilbert8.508.50
Loïc Vliegen13.0013.00
Zdenek Stybar13.0013.00
Aimé De Gendt15.0015.00
Andrea Vendrame15.0015.00
Florian Senechal15.0015.00
Bryan Coquard19.0019.00
Giacomo Nizzolo23.0023.00
Caleb Ewan26.0026.00
Matteo Trentin26.0026.00
Owain Doull29.0029.00
Anthony Turgis34.0034.00
Clément Venturini34.0034.00
Jannik Steimle34.0034.00
Toon Aerts34.0034.00
Dries De Bondt41.0041.00
Tim Merlier41.0041.00
Arnaud Démare51.0051.00
Jelle Vanendert51.0051.00
Jhonatan Narváez51.0051.00
Kevin Geniets51.0051.00
Baptiste Planckaert67.0067.00
Sam Bennett67.0067.00
Jasper De Buyst101.00101.00
John Degenkolb101.00101.00
Luke Rowe101.00101.00
Michael Vanthourenhout101.00101.00
Nacer Bouhanni101.00101.00

Tour de Wallonie 2020

The 2020 VOO-Tour de Wallonie is a four-stage professional men's cycling road race that will be held in Wallonia, Belgium's French-speaking portion as a 2.Pro race on the 2020 UCI Europe Tour. It will be run as a late extension to the revised 2020 road calendar. It is the forty-seventh Tour de Wallonie ride, starting in Soignies on 16 August and finishing in Erezée on 19 August. The race will travel a total distance of around 759 kilometers across the Wallonia region.

This event usually took place at the end of July as planned for July 27-31, and was canceled for the Covid-19 pandemic. This race was also reserved for amateurs between 1974 and 1995. Besides, the race has been organized on the UCI Europe Tour since 2005, as a 2.HC event. Then, the race is regarded now as a part of the new UCI ProSeries from this year 2020.

The Routes Planning

The route is designed with the sprints in mind and it will involve all of the hilly mountains climbs through the region of Wallonia. This race can be a bunch of sprints with a mix of climbing and rolling roads.

In the first stage on August 16, 2020, the race will run from Soignies, a Municipality of Belgium, and proceed to finish the race to Erezée. This route will cover a distance of 189 kilometers overall. The second stage will begin at Frasnes on August 17 and end at Lez-Anvaing - Wavre with a distance of 179.5 km. At this stage, riders will climb some intricate mountains through the Frasnes region as it is the whole hilly stage.

Riders will have to go to the hilly roads in the third stage and start from Montzen, while they will ride to finish the route to Visé passing the total distance of 192 km, which is one of the second-longest stages in the edition.

Finally, the fourth route will probably be a bit tricky as it involves the largest distance of 197.8 km. Riders will proceed with their race from Blegny through a mountain zone and end the race at Erezée.

Participating Teams

This year’s edition is going to be an extreme race at some point as there are several accomplished teams taking part, and it will be very competitive in the way they will run.

Competing teams: AG2R La Mondiale, Lotto Soudal, Team Arkéa Samsic, Pauwels sauzen - Bingoal, NTT Pro Cycling, Burgos-BH, Team INEOS, Hagens Berman Axeon, Team Total Direct Energie, CCC Team and so on.

Top competitors: Van Avermaet Greg, Degenkolb John, Gilbert Philippe, Bouhanni Nacer, Trentin Matteo, Ewan Caleb.

Recent Winners

Loïc Vliegen is the most recent champion, winning the 46th edition of the race 2019 defeating Tosh van der Sande (Lotto–Soudal) and  Dries De Bondt (Corendon–Circus). He is a Belgian cyclist riding currently for UCI ProTeam Circus–Wanty Gobert.

Other recent winners are respectively Tim Wellens (Lotto–Soudal) 2018, Dylan Teuns (BMC Racing Team) 2017, Dries Devenyns (IAM Cycling) 2016, Niki Terpstra (Etixx–Quick-Step) 2015.

The Tour de Wallonie 2020 could be the most challenging one, as the COVID-19 could impact riders with a long lock-down situation in most parts. However, all the riders have to travel a long way across the four stages, which may be more amazing to experience.