2019 Liege-Bastogne-Liege features city centre finale and return of Stockeu

Bob Jungels (Quick-Step Floors) wins Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Michael Woods (EF-Drapac) second and Roma

The 2019 edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège will see some old faces return with the race set to finish in the centre of Liege for the first time in almost three decades, while the triptych of the Côte de Wanne, the Côte de Stockeu and Côte de la Haut Levée are all back on the parcours. The Côte de Wanne will also be included in the women's race, one of two new climbs for the third running of the event, and will feature the same finale. In an event at the Place Saint-Lambert in Liege, organisers ASO unveiled the new routes as well as the seven wildcards for the men’s race. On top of the 18 WorldTour teams automatically invited, a mixture of French and Belgian teams have earned a spot at La Doyenne. Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise, Wallonie Bruxelles and Wanty-Gobert make up the Belgian contingent with French squads Cofidis, Direct Energie, Arkea-Samsic ...

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