Measuring teams, suppliers, and vendors at this world sporting event, nZero identified nearly one-third of total event emissions were attributable to team travel to and from the event UCI Pro Team Arkéa-Samsic (FR) was awarded the nZero Hero Team award, totaling the lowest carbon emissions of any participating cycling team at the Škoda Tour LuXembourg nZero, the near real time (NRT) carbon data and sustainability platform that

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The last stage of the SkodaTour LuXembourg featured 178 km on a hilly course. In the end, Mattias Skjelmose Jensen (TFS) didn't let himself be robbed of the overall victory. He won by 5'' over Kévin Vauquelin (ARK) and 17'' over Valentin Madouas (GFC). Madouas won the last stage. Especially Vauquelin, Madouas and Kevin Geniets (GFC) tried to put Skjelmose Jensen under pressure in the difficult

The fourth stage of the SkodaTour LuXembourg featured a 26.1 km long time trial with the start and finish in Remich. In partly rainy weather conditions, Mattias Skjelmose Jensen (TFS) won with 3'' ahead of Kévin Vauquelin (ARK) and 13'' ahead of Morten Hulgaard (UXT).  Skjelmose Jensen has also taken over the overall leader's yellow jersey from Valentin Madouas (GFC), who finished 39'' behind. Mattias Skjelmose Jensen: "To

The 2nd stage of the SkodaTour LuXembourg between Junglinster and Schifflingen ended in a bunch sprint after 163.4 km. Matteo Trentin (UAE) won ahead of Florian Sénéchal (QST) and Davide Ballerini (QST). Valentin Madouas (GFC) defended his lead in the general classification. Eight riders escaped the peloton after the start and formed the breakaway of the day. Bastien Tronchon (ACT), Cyril Barthe (BBK), Tom Wirtgen (BWB),

On Tuesday the SkodaTour LuXembourg started with the first stage covering 163.8 km. With the Niklosbierg (cat.1/4,4 km à 6,1%), the Côte de Bourscheid (HC/3,4 km à 7,6%), the Côte d'Eschdorf (cat.1/2,8 km à 8,4%) and the Côte de Stafelter (cat.1/2,6 km à 5%) there were some difficult climbs to face. After the start near the Stade de Luxembourg, Gil Gelders (BWB), Antonio Jesus Soto Guirao