Geneva, June 11, 2022 (WAM)-United Arab Emirates won the Grand Prix in Aargau, Switzerland yesterday.

The Emiratis team showed their strength in the final, with Marc Hirschi sneaking into a victorious break that slipped down at 7km after Diego Urisi and Matteo Trentin covered the move.

The 23-year-old made an early hit from a group of four, opening a sprint at 250m and blocking Max Schachmann (Bora Hansgrohe) and Andreas Kron (Lotto-Soudal) who finished on the podium.

“It was really very difficult,” said Mark Hirsch. “The final was very turbulent because the AG2R Citro├źn rider had been in the lead for a long time. On the final climb, we went very fast behind him, but we were able to join forces. After that, I was able to fill the gap. Three people who escaped. It was very difficult. “In the end, it was seven groups that formed six terminals from the line, and the winner of Fleche Wallonne 2020 was to finish in the sprint. I steered well.

By raising the trophy, he will be the first home winner of the race since 2013.

The results show that Hilski has won his second victory of the season after winning the Persenpre Alfredo Classic in April.

WAM / Hatem Mohamed

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