Remco Evenepoel

Remco Evenepoel narrowly beats team-mate in Belgium Tour time trial

Remco Evenepoel delivered an expected victory on in the Belgium Tour time trial, but the young star had to push hard to beat his compatriot Yves Lampaert. The second stage of the 2021 Belgium Tour was a prime opportunity for 22-year-old Evenepoel to win the day, after he was beaten into second in a three-rider sprint on stage one.
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Remco Evenepoel blasts back with TT victory in Belgium

Remco Evenepoel wasn’t going to be down for long. Just weeks after his early exit from the Giro d’Italia, the Deceuninck-Quick-Step didn’t waste any time getting back into the winner’s circle. After finishing second in Wednesday’s opener at the Baloise Belgium Tour (and donning the leader’s jersey), the 21-year-old roared...
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Remco Evenepoel returns to racing in Belgium alongside Mark Cavendish

Remco Evenepoel will return to racing in Belgium this weekend less than a fortnight after abandoning the Giro d'Italia. The 21-year-old was forced out of his debut Grand Tour appearance after crashing on stage 17, making it to the finish before not taking the start the following day. Now, he...

Remco Evenepoel and the Weight of Expectation

“I’ve often felt that people have no regard for athletes’ mental health and this rings true whenever I see a press conference or partake in one. We’re often sat there and asked questions that we’ve been asked multiple times before or asked questions that bring doubt into our minds and I’m just not going to subject myself to people that doubt me.” – Naomi Osaka, 26 May 2021.

Remco Evenepoel abandons Giro d’Italia 2021

Remco Evenepoel has abandoned the Giro d’Italia 2021 after stage 17. The Belgian star was caught up in a crash on a descent in the final 30km of the stage, as riders went down in front of him on a right hand turn. Evenepoel was forced wide on the road...


Belgian rider Remco Evenepoel, in the midst of his comeback nine months after a horror crash, pulled out of the Giro d’Italia after falling over a barrier in Wednesday’s 17th stage. The Deceuninck-Quick-Step rider went over the security barrier in a mass pile-up on the descent down the San Valentino Pass. After several minutes the 21-year-old managed to get back on his bike and head towards the finish line 16 miles away away at Sega di Ala, finishing half an hour behind Ireland’s stage winner Dan Martin.

What if Joao Almeida hadn’t ridden for Remco Evenepoel?

On Wednesday’s stage 17 of the Giro d’Italia we saw the first cracks appear in the armour of race leader Egan Bernal (Ineos-Grenadiers). The Colombian couldn’t handle the pace on the final climb to Sega di Ala and several of his GC rivals ended up cutting into Bernal’s lead. Simon...

Remco Evenepoel doesn't plan on leaving the Giro d'Italia despite dashed GC hopes

Remco Evenepoel has said that he does not plan on leaving the Giro d'Italia unless he is physically unable to do so despite losing over 24 minutes to Egan Bernal on stage 16. Evenepoel (Deceuninck - Quick-Step) said following the mountain stage that he doesn't want to leave the race after his team boss, Patrick Lefevere, said that if he loses even more time then he will be made to go home.

Remco Evenepoel loses 24 minutes on stage 16 of the Giro d'Italia 2021

Remco Evenepoel fell out of the overall contention after losing 24-minutes to race leader Egan Bernal on the 16th stage of the Giro d'Italia 2021. Evenepoel (Deceuninck - Quick-Step) had another tough day in the saddle in the Giro d'Italia and didn't have much support around him either with his team-mate, João Almeida getting into the breakaway early on.

Remco Evenepoel: 'The most important thing is not to lose too much time'

Remco Evenepoel had not ridden a race since his crash at last year's Il Lombardia but still came into the Giro d'Italia 2021 as one of the favourites, and has since backed that up with some excellent displays so far in the race. Evenepoel (Deceuninck - Quick-Step) sits second overall...

Remco Evenepoel struggles on the gravel roads of Giro stage 11

After a solid start to his debut Giro d’Italia, Remco Evenepoel (Deceuninck-QuickStep) found himself struggling for the first time so far in the Italian Grand Tour on Wednesday’s long-awaited stage 11. With its 35 km of gravel roads, the 162 km stage from Perugia to Montalcino was always going to be a tough one, and it indeed proved too tough for Evenepoel to stick with a dwindling GC group late in the afternoon.