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26-06-2023 | Frank Jansen

Results: TTA, 3LG, L'Alsacienne and Gavia e Mortirolo

TOUR Transalp

This sunny 7-day stage race was won among individual riders by world champion Stefan Kirchmair (AT). The silver was for Swiss Michael Nydegger,the bronze for Alesio Ruffu (BE). In the women's event, it was defending champion Catherine 'Cathi' Rossman (DE) who won by a fairly large margin despite mechanicals, ahead of her compatriot Julia Jedelhauser and Israeli Amit Moran.

Team Hackl Lebensräume (AT) won the men's team classification. For the women, it was the German LeXXiSmartSuits/

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Photo: All week the sun was shining in the TOUR Transalp. © TOUR Transalp


This popular gran fondo only handles results by age category. You can find the complete results here. Exactly 2622 participants reached the finish line; there were very few dropouts this year, thanks in part to excellent weather.

Photo: In the past this gran fondo was often plagued by extreme weather, now it was Kaiserwetter. © Dreiländergiro

GF Gavia e Mortirolo

Italy's ex-pro Manuel Senni crossed the line first in the gran fondo. Senni won just last week's GF Sportful Dolomiti. The entire podium was Italian: Giuseppe Orlando came second and Ernesto Nicoletti third.

There was also an all-Italian podium in the ladies' race: Luisa Isonni (IT) won, ahead of Monica Trinka Colonel and Sonia Pasutti.

A remarkable result in the medio fondo: Stefan Kirchmair (AT), who had just won TOUR Transalp, won the race.

764 riders (m/f) managed to reach the finish line. Full results here.


In the Vosges Mountains, the renewed L'Alsacienne was on the program. Despite competition from La Marmotte, among others, the event still managed to attract 2178 registrants. What did stand out in the results was the high number of DNS and DNF. Perhaps the heat played a role.

Photograph: blood-hot conditions in the Vosges Mountains © L'Alsacienne

Koen van Geyt (BE) of managed to win the long distance, ahead of Dutchman Kenny Kleijnen and Rodolphe Lourd (FR). Van Geyt is no stranger to the gran fondo world, having already finished second in Mallorca 312 this season.

In the women's race, only four riders finished the longest route. Annelotte Dijkman (NL) took the shortest. On P2 we find 56-year-old Christine Seiler-Muller (FR). Julia Loose (DE) came in third. A total of 158 participants finished the longest route, another 560 the medio fondo, 607 the short route. A few hundred riders chose to ride without time registration.

Full results can be found here.

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