Prolog: Schachmann is doing well with Hayters victory

The 28-year-old Berliner from the Bora-Hansgrohe team took fifth place at the Prologue of the 75th Tour de Romandie in western Switzerland on Tuesday.

In the 5.12 km long individual time trial by Lausanne, Schachmann was 13 seconds slower than the British day winner Ethan Hayter. His Welsh Ineos teammate and defending champion Geraint Thomas finished fourth with ten seconds. After a Corona disease at the end of January and a serious infection in March, Schachmann only started at Paris-Nice this year in early March. However, the two -time overall winner had to end the French long -distance trip after the third stage.

With neo-professional Georg Steinhauser (20) as eighth, another German drove into the top ten in Lausanne.

The first stage of the six-day World Tour tour leads over 178 kilometers from La Grande Beroche to Romont on Wednesday. The race, which was the only German Andreas Kloden in 2008, was coming to an end on Sunday in Villars.

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Prologous Lausanne/Switzerland – Lausanne/Switzerland (5.12 km):

1. Ethan Hayter (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers 5:52 min.; 2. Rohan Dennis (Australia) – Jumbo -Visma + 4 seconds; 3. Felix Großschaftner (Austria) – Bora Hansgrohe + 10; 4. Geraint Thomas (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers; 5. Maximilian Schachmann (Berlin) – Bora -Hansgrohe + 13; 6. Matteo Sobrero (Italy) – Bike Exchange; 7. Ethan Vernon (Great Britain)-Deceuninck-Quick-Step + 14; 8. Georg Steinhauser (Scheidegg) – EF Education -Easypost; 9. Mauro Schmid (Switzerland)-Deceuninck-Quick-Step; 10. Juan Ayuso Pesquera (Spain) – UAE Team Emirates

overall rating single, stand according to the prologue:

1. Ethan Hayter (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers 5:52 min.; 2. Rohan Dennis (Australia) – Jumbo -Visma + 4 seconds; 3. Felix Großschaftner (Austria) – Bora Hansgrohe + 10; 4. Geraint Thomas (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers; 5. Maximilian Schachmann (Berlin) – Bora -Hansgrohe + 13; 6. Matteo Sobrero (Italy) – Bike Exchange; 7. Ethan Vernon (Great Britain)-Deceuninck-Quick-Step + 14; 8. Georg Steinhauser (Scheidegg) – EF Education -Easypost; 9. Mauro Schmid (Switzerland)-Deceuninck-Quick-Step; 10. Juan Ayuso Pesquera (Spain) – UAE Team Emirates

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