Participants tour in Switzerland | 124 runners finish a difficult stage race

Participants tour in Switzerland |  124 runners finish a difficult stage race

After Dauphiné, he will also start the second preparatory race for the Tour de France: Tour de Suisse. There are a number of big names on the starting list this year, so it’s going to be a feast! Who can replace Egan Bernal, who took the overall win in 2019? In the leader’s shirt Keeps you updated with the confirmed teams!

Citroen AG2R

Benoit Cosnefroy
Nan Peters
Mark Saroo
Matthias Frank
Bob Jungles
Michael Sher
Damien Tozi

cofidis

Christophe Laporte (DNS etappe 7)
Tom Buhle
Jimbey Drucker
Robin Fernandez
Remy Rochas
Simon Sagnok
Jelle Wallays

Bora Hensgrouh

Macej Bodnar (DNF Stage 8)
Mathieu Fabro
Anton Balzer
Jordi Meuse
Maximilian Schachmann
Matthew Walls
Marcus Burghardt

Bahrain victorious

Eros Capichi
Gino Maid
Domain Novak
Hermann Bernsteiner
Wout Poels
Stevie Williams
Fred Wright

EF Education-NIPPO

Stefan Bisegger
Alex Howes
Sebastian Langfield
Nelson Paulis
Jonas Roach
Tom Scully
Rigoberto Oran

Deceuninck-Quick-Step

Julian Alphilippi (DNS etappe 8)
Mattia Cattaneo
Tim DeClerk
Dress Devines

Álvaro Jose Hodig
Yannick Stiemel
Morey Vincendent

Astana Premier Tech

Jacob Fuglsang
Manuel Poirot (DNS etappe 8)
Stephen de Bode
The age of the monk (DNF Stage 8)
Yevgeny Jedic (DNF Stage 8)
Hugo Hall
Jonas Gregard Wellesley

Emirates Team Emirates

David de la Cruz
Roy Costa
Ryan Gibbons
Mark Hershey
Sebastian Mulano (DNS etappe 5)
Christian Munoz
Oliviero Troia

Groupama-FDJ

Matteo Badelati
Alexis Brunel (DNS etappe 4)
Stephen Kong
Fabian Lenhard (DNF Stage 8)
Tobias Ludvigson (DNF Stage 8)
Jake Stewart
Benjamin Thomas (DNF Stage 8)

jumbo visma

Tom Dumoulin
Sam Omen
Giggs Lim’s Journey
Antoine Tolhoek

Nathan Van Hoydonk
Christoph Pentecost
Mike Teunissen

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Ineos Grenadiers

Richard Karabaz
Rohan Dennis
Eddie Dunbar
Michel Golass
Sebastian Heno
luke rouge
Pavel Sivakov

Intermarchy and Ante Joubert

Jan Hurt (DNS etappe 4)
Maurits Lammertink (DNS etappe 4)
Simon Petelli (DNS etappe 4)
Baptiste Blankart (DNS etappe 4)
Lorenzo Rota (DNS etappe 4)
Peter Vansberbrook (DNS etappe 4)
George Zimmerman (DNS etappe 4)

Lotto Soudal

Filippo Conca (DNS etappe 7)
John Degenkolb
Kobe Goossens
Andreas Kron
Victor Verchev (DNF Stage 8)
Maxim Van Gils
Florian Vermeersch

Movestar

Mark Soller
Gonzalo Serrano
Evan Garcia Cortina
Sergio Samitier
Hector Carretero
Johann Jacobs
Juan Diego Alba .’s photo

The emerging state of Israel

Michael Woods
September Vanmark (DNF Stage 8)
Andre Greipel
Rick Zabel
James Small
Hugo Hofstetter
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BikeExchange Team

Jack Power (DNS etappe 6)
Esteban Chaves
Luke Dorbridge (DNS etappe 6)
Amund Grundahl Janssen (DNS etappe 6)
Lucas Hamilton (DNS etappe 6)
Michael Matthews
Dion Smith

Alpecin Phoenix

Matthew van der Pol (DNS etappe 6)
Flores de Ter
Sylvain Diller
Zandro Morris
Ben Tolet (DNS etappe 7)
Peter Vacock
Otto Vergerdi (DNS etappe 7)

cycling rally

Gavin Manion
Joey Roscoff
Kyle Murphy (DNF Stage 8)
Ben King
Matthew Dal Sin
Rob Britton
Nicholas Zukowski

DSM Team

Soren Craig Andersen
Thymen Arensman
Tiesj Benoot
Roman Combo
Mark Donovan
Andreas Leknesund
Jasha Suterlin

ASSOS Affiliate Team

Domenico Pozofevo
Kilian Francini
Simon Clark
Reynardt Jansey Van Rensburg (DNF Stage 8)
Nicholas Dlamini (DNF Stage 8)
Andreas Stockbro
Conor Brown

Total direct energy

Anthony Torges
Alexis Voilerams (DNF Phase 7)
Edvald Poisson Hagen (DNS etappe 1)
Julian Simon
Pierre Latour
Victor Part
Fabien Dubey

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Trek Segafredo

Nicolas Consci
Niklas Egg
Alexander Camp
Alex Kirsch
Antonio Nibali
Edward Thins
Antonio Tiberi (DNF stage 6)

Switzerland’s national choice

Claudio Imhoff
Schnitr’s answer
Roland Thalmann
Lucas Roge
Joel Sutter
Kevin Kon
Simon Belloud (DNS etappe 6)

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