Elite Men: Pontchâteau
The 27-year-old provided a first victory shot for the new AG2R Citroën Team jersey as he prevailed after a close battle with Joshua Dubau (Team Peltrax CSD).
Venturini, who previously won the title in 2017, 2019, and 2020, made his move ahead of the final lap and won by 12 seconds.
David Menut (Cross Team Legendre) won the sprint for bronze ahead of Valentin Guillaud (Laval Cyclisme 53).
|Pos.||Rider Name (Team)||Result|
|1||Clément Venturini (AG2R Citroën Team)||01:03:29|
|2||Joshua Dubau (Team Peltrax CSD)||0:00:12|
|3||David Menut (Cross Team Legendre)||0:00:36|
|4||Valentin Guillaud (Laval Cyclisme 53)|
|5||Matthieu Boulo (Pays de Dinan)||0:01:13|
|6||Yan Gras (AAA Sorius)||0:01:43|
|7||Anthony Turgis (Total Direct Energie)||0:01:57|
|8||Kevin Ledanois (Arkéa-Samsic)||0:02:10|
|9||Anthony Chamerat Dumont||0:02:21|
|12||Lilian Calmejane (AG2R Citroën Team)||0:02:38|
|15||Mickaël Crispin (Cross Team Legendre)||0:03:12|
|16||Steve Chainel (Cross Team Legendre)||0:03:35|
|24||Tony Periou||-2 laps|
|25||Celestin Guillon||-3 laps|
|31||Audric Pasquet||-4 laps|
|33||Steven Delprat||-5 laps|
|34||Cyril Bazin||-6 laps|
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