Stan Dewulf: "The goal was to keep Ben O'Connor safe"
"It was a good day for the AG2R CITROËN team. The goal was to get Ben O'Connor to safety and he was in the first rung. We have four riders in the first bordure (Stan Dewulf, Oliver Naesen, Ben O'Connor and Clément Champoussin), which is very good. I'm happy to have the white jersey. It's always nice to wear a distinctive jersey."[/su_quote]
Olivier Naesen took 9th place in the stage. "We knew it would be a difficult day. We did a good stage collectively. We had to be vigilant not to take any breaks", says Oliver Naesen. rider "There was a lot of tension and the team responded by supporting its leaders, and the white jersey is a recognition for a young rider like Stan," said Vincent Lavenu, general manager of the AG2R CITROËN team.
On the other hand, AG2R CITROËN is in second place in the team classification.
Stan Dewulf signs for two more seasons
Stan Dewulf, who arrived in 2021, has signed for two more years with the AG2R CITROËN team. He will be part of the team until 2024.
"I am really happy to continue the adventure with AG2R CITROËN. The sporting challenges are interesting and there is an atmosphere that allows me to feel comfortable to continue my progression", says Stan Dewulf.
"Stan is a young rider who brings a lot to the group and has blended very quickly into the team with an excellent state of mind. He knows how to win races and is an important element, especially for the Flanders classics", says Vincent Lavenu.