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Re: Uno-X Development Weekend
« on: September 03, 2019, 11:30 »
6 September: Hafjell TT, 22 km ITT

As the only UCI-level ITT in Norway, it offers a valuable opportunity for Norwegian riders to test themselves against international competition.

The course is fairly straightforward. From the start in Øyer, the route goes up the Gudbrandsdal more or less close to the Lågen river to the turning point just before Tretten and back to Øyer again. While in the valley, the 22 km are not completely flat, instead the road often goes up or down, with four main climbs (none of which are especially long, though).

Fus' favourites
Last year's winner #bornholm Martin Toft isn't starting - neither is ITT #champno Andreas Leknessund. But with seven of last year's top-10, four of the top-6 of the U23 European ITT championships, and three of the top-10 of the Tour of Denmark ITT stage, it will be a very good competition.
It's almost a shame that U23 ITT #rainbow Mikkel Bjerg and U23 ITT #champeu Johan Price-Pejtersen won't be able to wear their champion's jerseys as the race isn't an U23 race.

:* :* :* :* :* Johan Price-Pejtersen
:* :* :* :* Mikkel Bjerg, Niklas Larsen
:* :* :* Mathias Norsgaard, Rasmus Quaade, Daan Hoole
:* :* Ian Garrison, Julius Johansen, Morten Hulgaard, Tobias Foss
:* Andreas Vangstad, Torjus Sleen, Kristoffer Skjerping, Andreas Kron, Maikel Zijlaard
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