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Andrea Peron – 2019 Milan-San Remo
Andrea Peron – 2019 Milan-San RemoWatch this video on YouTube “Be in the show, be a protagonist and make someone remember you were at Milano Sanremo.” Andrea Peron recalls riding with three Team Novo Nordisk teammates in the breakaway at the 2019 edition of the Italian Monument.
Managing Diabetes at the World’s Longest One-day Pro Cycling Race
See how Team Novo Nordisk rider Charles Planet managed his type 1 diabetes over 6 hours and 250 kilometers in the breakaway at Milan-San Remo, the longest one-day professional cycling race in the world. Managing Diabetes at the World's Longest One-day Pro Cycling RaceWatch this video on YouTube Charles Planet: It’s a really long race….
2019 Milan-San Remo Recap
Team Novo Nordisk celebrated our fifth Milan-San Remo by placing four riders in the day’s breakaway. Andrea Peron, Umberto Poli, Charles Planet and Joonas Henttala proudly showed off the Changing Diabetes jersey at the front of the race for most of the race’s 291km. 2019 Milan-San Remo RecapWatch this video on YouTube
Team Novo Nordisk Achieves Monumental Feat in Milan-San Remo Breakaway
Race: Milan-San Remo Start/Finish: Milan/Sanremo Distance: 291km Nice, France —Team Novo Nordisk celebrated their fifth participation in Milan-San Remo with a scintillating performance placing no less than four riders in the day’s breakaway. Italians Andrea Peron and Umberto Poli proudly showed off the Changing Diabetes jersey at the front of the race on home soil…
Team Novo Nordisk returns to Milan-San Remo with Renewed Ambition
Race: Milan San Remo (March 23rd, 2019) Country: Italy Total Distance: 291 kilometers Race Class: 1.UWT Team Novo Nordisk will lineup for the prestigious Milano-Sanremo, the first and oldest of the five Monuments, for the fifth consecutive year on Saturday, March 23rd. Also known as “La Classicissima”, Milano-Sanremo is the longest one-day race on the…
Milestone Day For Planet at Milan-San Remo
Race: Milan-San Remo Start/Finish: Milan/San Remo, Italy Distance: 291 kilometers San Remo, Italy — On Saturday, Team Novo Nordisk’s Charles Planet rode in the main breakaway at the 109th edition of Milan-San Remo, which puts a rider with diabetes in the break at the longest one-day race in the world for four consecutive years. “I…