“It was a dream,” said Ullrich at the finish, where he willingly posed for numerous photos and selfies, and also signed many jerseys, helmets and T-shirts. The 47-year-old raved: “We started at half past six and when we were over the Puig [Major, mit 1445 Metern der höchste Insel-Berg; d.Red.] came, the sun came up – just fantastic. “
The German Dominic Aigner completed the entire island lap with 312 km as the fastest driver, he had already won the 312 km race in 2018. The winner of this distance was Nikky Alberts from the Netherlands, in 10: 29.33 hours.
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Ullrich was significantly faster than his former Tour rival Joseba Beloki, who crossed the finish line over an hour and a half after him. Also at the start were the five-time tour winner Miguel Indurain, the three-time world champion Oscar Freire and Eurosport expert Alberto Contador, but all of them covered shorter distances.
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