Christian Ahlmann holds on to his lead of the 2016 Longines Global Champions Tour. Despite not picking up points at Saturday's 7th leg in Chantilly, the German rider stays on top of the standings with his 186 points. His compatriot Ludger Beerbaum has climbed up to rank two with a total of 126 points, while rank three is Sweden's Rolf-Göran Bengtsson with 125 points. Colombia's Daniel Bluman is now rank four with 120 points, while Ireland's Bertram Allen is rank five with 113 points.
“I can feel [Ludger’s] breath already," smiled Ahlmann in Chantilly. "Today was not our best day as we didn’t make the second round. My overall position is good for the moment, but it’s also maybe time to take the reins a little bit shorter and ride clear again!"
Source: Press release from LGCT // Picture © Stefano Grasso/LGCT
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