In the top ten of the final stage, Lenny Martinez finished eighth in the Tour de l’Avenir’s general classification.

Dans le top 10 de la dernière étape, Lenny Martinez termine huitième au classement général du Tour de l

“A podium would be a good result. » A few days before the start of the Tour de l’Avenir, Lenny Martinez was expected to play the main roles in the event reserved for hopefuls. But the 19-year-old from Nivernais didn’t have the “legs” he wanted when he approached the three mountain stages that ended the Tour.

For this final day, this Sunday August 28, between Bessons and Villaroger (Savoie), a member of the Groupama-FDJ World Tour team from 2023 was expected to join the victory. Finally the Italian Lorenzo Milesi, who survived the breakaway of the day, proved to be the strongest in Villaroger alone. He defeated Alec Segart (Belgium) and Yvan Costeau (France).

First French

With several teammates in the yellow jersey and final winner Cian Ujitdebroeks’ group, Lenny Martinez finished tenth, 3’07 behind the day’s winner. He eventually finished eighth in the general classification and first in France. “It wasn’t the goal, I’m a little bit disappointed,” he admitted when he arrived in Villaroger.

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Lenny Martinez will quickly follow as he embarks on the Tour du Dubs with Groupama-FDJ’s World Tour team on Sunday, September 4.

Top 10 in round nine between Bessons and Villaroger.
1. Lorenzo Milesi (Italy), 134.1 km in 3h23’59”; 2. Alec Segart (Belgium) 37”; 3. Even Costeau (France) 39”; 4. Embret Svestad-Bardseng (Norway) 47”; 5. Hannes Wilkes (Germany) 49″; 6. Lou van Belle (Netherlands) 58″; 7. Romain Gregoire (France) 03’01”; 8. Harold Martin Lopez Granizo (Ecuador) 03’01”; 9. Archie Ryan (Ireland) 03’04”; 10. Lenny Martinez (France) 3’07”…

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Final general classification.
1. Cian Uijtdebroeks (Belgium), in 26h52’20”; 2. Johannes Staun-Mitet (Norway) 01’23”; 3. Michael Hessmann (Germany) 2’00”; 4. Archie Ryan (Ireland) 02’49”; 5. David Pigansoli (Italy) 03’17”; 6. Alessandro Fansello (Italy) 03’59”; 7. Hannes Wilks (Germany) 06’11”; 8. Lenny Martinez (France) 06’59” ; 9. Lo van Belle (Netherlands) 08’46”; 10. Matyas Vasek (Czech Republic) 09’28”…

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