The 11thth Montreal Cycling Grand Prix kicked off on Sunday morning in the metropolis. < /p>
The 145 cyclists have 18 laps of 12.3 kilometers to do with the terrible climb of the famous Mount Royal at each pass.
The main favorites are all at the start. Only two cyclists withdrew for this second event. The Belgian Wout van Aert will certainly want to redeem his 4th place on Friday in Quebec.
The crowd is already very large and the heat is rather intense in Montreal.
Antoine Duchesne will perhaps participate in his last career race, his last appearance in Montreal for sure .
Visibly in bad shape, Hugo Houle unfortunately retired at the finish line on the first lap.
The race is broadcast on TVA Sports.
The arrival is scheduled for around 4:15 p.m. on Avenue du Parc.
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