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  • Pro-Race

    Broadcast:

    Worldwide

    April 26
    14:10 – 15:20 CET

    Switzerland (SRF)

    April 26
    TV: 17:00 – 18:30 CET
    srf.ch: 14:00 – 15:30 CET

    Together with well-known figures from the UCI World Tour, the Tour de Suisse, in cooperation with ROUVY and Velon, is organising the race event The Digital Swiss 5. It is the first virtual pro race on routes of the Tour de Suisse 2021. From 22 to 26 April, the riders of the UCI World Tour will battle on the virtual tracks of the Tour de Suisse and fight for victory and glory.

    The broadcast will start at 17:00 CET on SRF (Swiss Television) and will be streamable worldwide. The race will be accompanied with exciting footage along side the race. You’ve never seen a professional race as transparent like this before!

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    Results

    Top 3 – Race 1

    Agarn – Leukerbad

     

    #1 – Rohan Dennis (53:07)
    Team INEOS

    #2 – Nicholas Roche (+1:09)
    Team Sunweb

    #3 – James Whelan (+1:28)
    EF Education First

    Top 3 – Race 2

    Frauenfeld – Frauenfeld

     

    #1 – Stefan Küng (54:30)
    Groupama FDJ

    #2 – Filippo Ganna (+0:47)
    Team Ineos

    #3 – Michael Matthews (+1:28)
    Team Sunweb

    Top 3 – Race 3

    Fiesch – Nufenenpass

     

    #1 – Nicholas Roche (1:12:11)
    Team Sunweb

    #2 – Ilnur Zakarin (+1:11)
    CCC Team

    #3 – Larry Warbasse (+1:18)
    AG2r La Mondiale

    Top 3 – Race 4

    Oberlangenegg – Langnau

     

    #1 – Stefan Küng (46:03)
    Swiss National Team

    #2 – Michael Matthews (+0:07)
    Team Sunweb

    #3 – Ethan Hayter (+0:44)
    Team INEOS

    Top 3 – Race 5

    Camperio – Disentis-Sedrun

    #1 – Rohan Dennis (59:28)
    Team INEOS

    #2 – Nicholas Roche (+0:12)
    Team Sunweb

    #3 – Jonas Vingegaard (+0:38)
    Team Jumbo-Visma

    The platform

    The Czech company ROUVY is one of the most popular providers of indoor training software solutions in the cycling community. ROUVY differs from other providers thanks to realistic representations of the routes. The routes are based on real video footage of the routes. In addition to a variety of existing routes such as the Furkapass, the Stelvio or other cycling classics, ROUVY also offers a wide range of virtual events for the benefit of its community.

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