Moran Vermeulen wins the Int. criterium in St. Anton am Arlberg – Colin Stüsso still on fourth place overal!

Jon Knolle with crash in the final of the fourth stage of the Tour Alsace – Stüssi still on fourth place overall – Moran Vermeulen wins the Int. criterium in St. Anton am Arlberg!


Today it was Pirmin Benz who was able to dominate the fourth stage of the Int. Tour Alsace. On the long stage over 197 kilometers from Tagolsheim to Altkirch Benz attacked and was then present in the leading group the whole day. Much to the delight of long-time team partner, Toni Jung the Alsace baker. This group was put again, but perfectly prepared for the sprint for Jon Knolle. The latter crashes in perfect position, but remains unhurt.

Colin Stüssi remains fourth overall with chances for the podium!


Tomorrow the last stage from Ribeauville to Cernay. Something can and will happen here in any case – Stüssi and Co. will once again put everything on the line.




26.07. Prolog Sausheim 4,3 km

27.07. Stage 1 Europa Park Rust – Selestat 166,1 km

28.07. Stage 2 Vesoul – La Planche des Belles Filles 132.6 km

29.07. Stage 3 Tagolsheim – Altkirch 197 km

30.07. Stage 4 Ribeauville – Cernay 137,7 km


Line-up Team Vorarlberg: Dominik Amann, Lukas Meiler, Jon Knolle, Pirmin Benz, Oscar Cabedo, Colin Stüssi;


Int. Criterium St. Anton am Arlberg – Victory of Moran Vermeulen!

It was a super exciting race tonight through the narrow streets of the Wintersport Eldorado in St. Anton am Arlberg. Despite rain and difficult conditions it was a super close race with lots of spectators. Moran Vermeulen sprinted impressively for Team Vorarlberg to a much acclaimed victory. In the tenth edition Vermeulen won ahead of Daniel Federspiel (Team Felbermayr-Wels) and Paul Buschek (Tirol-KTM Cycling).