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Tour du Rwanda 2024, February 18-25

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So is Lecerf the new Remco?
Also some pics

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William Junior Lecerf will totally dominate this race I think. I was expecting him to be the strongest climber on the harder stages but it seems he is even one of the faster ones in a bunch sprint somehow.

He is decently fast, no doubt. He has a punch too, but please let's not take the bunchsprints in this race serious. He was literally 7 bikelenghts behind the great Eimar Einhorn, who was basically the only so called sprinter in that whole group.

But yes, without bad luck or crazy tactics (Total has the numbers) he should win this race.
 
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