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Belgium Tour: Remco Evenepoel wins stage 2 time trial

Belgium Tour: Remco Evenepoel wins stage 2 time trial

Evenepoel in the leader’s skinsuit (Image credit: Bettini Photo) (Image credit: Getty Images) Remco Evenepoel (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Evenepoel on the podium in the…

Thursday, Jun 10

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Evenepoel in the leader’s skinsuit (Image credit: Bettini Photo) (Image credit: Getty Images) Remco Evenepoel (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Evenepoel on the podium in the leader’s jersey (Image credit: Getty Images) Remco Evenepoel (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Rune Herregodts (Image credit: Getty Images) Finn Fisher-Black (Image credit: Getty Images) Robbie Ghys (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Thibault Guernalec (Image credit: Getty Images) Ryan Mullen (Image credit: Getty Images) Ide Schelling (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Bryan Coquard (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Tim Merlier (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Caleb Ewan (Image credit: Getty Images) Niki Terpstra (Image credit: Getty Images) Mark Cavendish (Image credit: Getty Images) Frederik Frison (Image credit: Getty Images) Davide Ballerini (Image credit: Bettini Photo) Evenepoel on the podium (Image credit: Getty Images) Evenepoel has another day in blue (Image credit: Getty Images) (Image credit: Getty Images) Remco Evenepoel ( Deceuninck-QuickStep ) delivered on the expectation to win the stage 2 time trial at the Baloise Belgium Tour .

After showing such brilliant form on the opening day, the young Belgian was hot favourite to win the stage, but was pushed close by teammate Yves Lampaert, who was one second quicker at the intermediate time check.

Evenepoel now holds a lead of 45 seconds ahead of Lampaert on the general classification.

Prior to the stage, the talk wasn’t so much if Evenepoel would win the stage, but rather by how much.

As it happened his teammate pushed him close, and his winning advantage was a slender one. But the two Deceuninck-QuickStep riders were […]

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