Tough day in the saddle at the Paris Camembert

24 September 2020

Race: Paris Camembert

Start/Finish: Pont-Audemer – Livarot

Distance: 194.5 kilometers

Charles Planet (FRA)

I was very excited for this race. It’s always great to race in France, my home country, and it was also my first time racing the Paris Camembert.

It was a tough race, with short climbs all day. I started quite well, with good feelings, and kept my place within the peloton throughout the whole race. In the last climb though, I felt super tired and didn’t have the energy in the final 8 kilometer to get the result I was hoping for.

But my teammates and I did our best. We had a solid week with hard races in the legs and we need some recovery now before heading to Belgium for the Brabantse Pijl.

 


Next Up

On , 7th of October the world’s first all-diabetes professional cycling team will continue to show what’s possible with diabetes in Belgium at De Brabantse Pijl – La Fleche Brabanconne with a 199.6 kilometer race.

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