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Stefan Küng relished a little taste of revenge over rainbow jersey rival Tobias Foss at the Chrono des Nations.
Küng beat Foss in the French time trial Sunday in what was the newly crowned world champion’s first race in the rainbow jersey.
Küng’s two-second margin over Foss made for a near mirror-image of the result from the Wollongong worlds last month, where Foss upturned the favorites with his three-second raid on the rainbow jersey.
“It’s nice to win and finish on a good note, in a good event with a very high level this year,” Küng said Sunday. “I’m taking a little revenge for the world championships.”
Foss took to the Les Herbiers start ramp on a special edition Cervélo and sporting a box-fresh striped Jumbo-Visma jersey for his first time trial since Wollongong.Unfortunately for Foss, the “new bike day” vibes didn’t deliver over the flat 45km course.“It was a nice fight between Stefan and me. Unfortunately, I lost only by two seconds, but I can be satisfied with this,” he said.“After the Tour of Lombardy, I was sick, so I didn’t have the best legs today. Nevertheless, I gave everything, and I’m happy I could perform well in the time trial.“The fact that I get to ride in this jersey is still surreal. Normally I ride my races in yellow-black, and […]