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Dorian Godon " A huge work of the team ".

"It's the kind of day where you feel like it's easy because the team does such a tremendous job. I was mentored and protected all day.
Nans Peters rode in front for 90 km, I was led to the sprint like rarely by the whole team and I just had to finish the job. Everything happened naturally, without us having anything to say to each other. We deserved to share the Comté cheese that I won. Three wins this season, a first Tour de France. It's been a great year and I want to continue with the same momentum. I'm going to take a few days off because I feel that some days are more difficult than others and I'm going to prepare for the Grand Prix of Wallonia (September 15) where we'll have another great team."[/su_quote]

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The AG2R CITROËN team wins its eleventh victory of the season. Dorian Godon's victory is his third of the season and the third in two days for the AG2R CITROËN team after Clément Champoussin at the Vuelta a Espana and Benoît Cosnefroy at the Tour du Jura on Saturday. Dorian Godon had already won Paris-Camembert and the second stage of the Tour du Limousin. Ben O'Connor on the 9th stage of the Tour de France, Andrea Vendrame on the 12th stage of the Giro d'Italia and the 1st stage of the Route d'Occitanie, Aurélien Paret-Peintre on the Grand Prix Cycliste la Marseillaise, Clément Champoussin on the 20th stage of the Vuelta a Espana and Benoît Cosnefroy on the Bretagne Classic - Ouest France, the Tour du Finistère and the Tour du Jura complete the list of honor. Marc Sarreau won the French track title in the scratch race and Clément Venturini in the cyclo-cross race. The AG2R CITROËN team won stages in all three major tours. Dorian Godon consolidates his first place in the general classification of the French Cup, with 50 points ahead of Benoît Cosnefroy.
The AG2R CITROËN team is leading the team classification.

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Greg Van Avermaet 8th at the top of the Grammont Wall

Greg Van Avermaet took eighth place in the seventh and final stage of the Benelux Tour, which ended at the top of the Grammont Wall.
"I'm really happy with this top 10 after so many weeks without good results. I feel like my form is coming back and that's really good news. Already, on Saturday, I wasn't that bad. I just didn't manage to catch the right group. Today, with my experience and my knowledge of the course, I knew I could do well. I did well in my sprint. Now I can build for the end of the season," said Greg Van Avermaet.