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EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

June 22, 2020 - Giro start in Sicily with fans-Top Story. Slovenian Champs. Lefevere nearly with Israel Academy, Belgium's first race, Jumbo on Cervélo, Ineos, Terpstra out of hospital, Evenepoel schedule, Astana plan, Jungels Tour, Wellens crashes, Belgian and Spanish champs, Petacchi on the Giro, contract news, Froome update, Gilbert beaten, cyclocross and WPCC champs.

Kuurne’19: Jungels Bobs Out Front Solo!

Race Report: Bob Jungels gave his Deceuninck - Quick-Step team a double celebration on Sunday as he emulated Zdenek Stybar to win Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne. The Luxembourg champion took the initiative on the Varenstraat, and then dropped his escape partners in the finalé. He crossed the finish line in Kuurne solo. Owain Doull (Sky) was second, Niki Terpstra (Direct Energie) third.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Jan 07, 2019 - Reports, results and video from Brussels, Gullegem and La Mézière. Australian RR and New Zealand TT championships. 90 year-old US doper-Top Story. Tour Down Under, plans from Evenepoel, Jungels, Dumoulin and Kelderman. Sunweb presentation, Koch to CCC, Backaert to Wanty, Saronni steps back, UAE hopes for Aru-interested in Nibali, Dimension Data and Blythe video.

Liège’18: Jungels Jumps La Doyenne!

Race Report: On Sunday afternoon, Bob Jungels topped off a perfect spring campaign for the Quick-Step Floors team but soloing to the finish line of the oldest Classic on the calendar - Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Ed Hood takes up the story from the Ardennes.

Retro PEZ Talk: Quick-Step’s Bob Jungels

Retro PEZ Talk: Bob Jungels has been leading the 2017 Giro d'Italia and the 24 year old has impressed many with his riding. PEZ-man Ed Hood spotted a 17 year old Jungels when he won the World Junior time trial championships, here is what the young Luxemburger had to say back in 2010.

Jungels continues national time trial streak

After winning two Junior and two U23 National Time Trial titles, on Thursday Bob Jungels won his first elite Luxembourgish Time Trial title by winning the 22K race in Dippach. His winning time of 26.44 (48.909kph average) was ahead of RADIOSHACK LEOPARD TREK teammate Laurent Didier at 27.39 (47.296kph average) and Ag2R’s Ben Gastauer at 28.07 (46.515kph average).