Van Aert is by no means the only Belgian in shape: that looks promising for the World Cup

Wout van Aert should be in good shape, he is the Belgian who will have to finish in the World Cup. The ability to count on a strong national team could be an important factor in the World Cup road race. It also looks good in this regard.

Several of the eight riders selected by national coach Fanthornhout have recently entered the workforce. Many of them are already showing how good they are in the lead up to the World Cup. Wout van Aert is the first in the class to rack up three stage victories on the Tour of Britain, but his countrymen are also not indifferent. Overview.

Watt Van Air: Van Aert is racing the Tour of Britain for the first time since the Olympics and continues to accumulate great performances as if it were nothing. In stages 1, 4 and 6, Van Aert is always the best. Few times, he would reach the level he deserved for very powerful opponents like Hayter and Alaphilippe. Especially the ease with which the enemy wins in stage 6 speaks volumes. Van Aart also participates in the overall victory in the standings.

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RYMCO EVENBUIL: While it was still frustrating for him in the games, Remco Evenepoel is totally back after a few weeks. He found himself again in Denmark. His stage victories and overall victory there were followed by wins at the Drevenkers and Brussels Classic Cycling. He was ill during the Benelux Tour, but Evenpoel who recovered finished third in the European Trial Championship.

Jasper Steuven: He raced in the top ten in the Brittany Classic at the end of August and was among the best with fifth and third place in the two-stage Benelux Tour. There may be more, but the motivation will be enormous with him in his city.

Jasper Steuven
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Victor Campinaarts: His transformation from the test rider to the classic racer was so successful that the question can gradually be raised as to whether the really big wins in the classic business are within his reach. He finished third on the Benelux round and his aggressive style of racing is charming. He got the World Cup selection twice and is doing well.

Yves Lambert: He finished 4th in the first stage of the Tour Deutschland, helped Dekoninck Kwik, moved up to 2nd in the team time test at the Tour of Britain and finished well in the same stage race in the final of the 7th stage. Winning a stage in the UK in particular is a good calling card.

Yves Lambert
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Dylan Teens: The Teens could have also won a stage on the third stage of the Deutschland Tour, but he let Paulette escape in the final and had to settle for second. It’s more of a tactical error than a matter of condition, because it was clearly rising again in Germany, while it was still a bit of research in Poland before. It also ranked fourth in the rankings in Germany.

Tiesj BenootHe was among the best on the Hovalese stage of the Benelux Tour and finished fourth. He rode the top ten in the standings.

Tiesj Benoot
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Tim DeClerk: Less clear on results, but his work has gold value in every race at Deceuninck-Quick.Step and even rode in offense at the Tour of Britain.

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