Schachmann Holds On To Win Paris-Nice, The Last Pro Road Race For A While

Supported by La Colmiane, France (AFP) – Germany’s Maximilian Schachmann of the Bora-hansgrohe team won the Paris-Nice cycling race on Saturday holding on in a frantic climb to a summit finish where he fell to the ground exhausted. The race was one of the rare events to escape postponement until the final stage to south coast city … The post Schachmann holds on to win Paris-Nice, the last pro road race for a while appeared first on CyclingTips .

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