Bib N°61
Pascal Ackermann (ger) born on 17/01/1994 BORA - HANSGROHE/ger
  • Intermediate sprint 2
  • Stages victories 2
  • Victories 23
  • Podiums 63

Rankings

Stage Ranking
1 170 170 - - - -
2 158 169 - - - -
3 161 167 - - - -
4 4 164 15 - - -
5 120 154 19 - - -
6 98 151 24 - - -
7 156 152 27 - - -
8 132 147 27 - - -
9 1 146 9 - - -
10 151 149 11 - - -
11 89 142 12 - - -
12 94 136 15 - - -
13 135 138 15 - - -
14 136 138 16 - - -
15 2 132 11 - - -
16 136 131 12 - - -
17 108 133 14 - - -
18 1 131 6 - - -

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All news of P. Ackermann

Interview - 08/11 - 17:32 [GMT + 1]

Ackermann: “I’m just so happy I can say thank you to my teammates”

Pascal Ackermann (Bora-Hansgrohe): “I wasn’t sure, I was asking Sam [Bennett] who won. I was really unsure and we had to wait after the finish and we got the message in the radio. We’re so happy about the victory today. I really have to say thank you to my teammates. Today was an amazing lead-out. I’m really happy to finish the season with a victory. It’s...

The stage film - 08/11 - 17:22 [GMT + 1]

Ackermann and Roglic triumph in Madrid

The 2020 season of cycling ended this Sunday in Madrid with a fast and furious finish dominated by the German sprinter Pascal Ackermann (Bora-Hansgrohe), claiming victory a handful of millimetres ahead of the Irishman Sam Bennett (Deceuninck-Quick Step). Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) survived the day to claim the overall victory again, after he became in 2019 the first Slovenian...

Interview - 29/10 - 17:58 [GMT + 1]

Ackermann: “I’m happy to give something back to my team”

Pascal Ackermann (Bora-Hansgrohe): “I didn’t expect to win because Sam [Bennett] was ahead but when I saw the video, it wasn’t a fair action from him. After all the crashes of the last weeks, we have to take care of the other guys. If there is no hole, we have to stop. I feel sorry for Sam but I totally understand we have to ride in a more fair way. I’m...

The stage film - 29/10 - 17:47 [GMT + 1]

Ackermann collects his first La Vuelta win

The second sprint finish of La Vuelta 2020 saw Pascal Ackermann (Bora-Hansgrohe) claim his first La Vuelta stage victory in Aguilar de Campoo. Already winner of two stages of the Giro, Ackermann  took his third Grand Tour victory ahead of Gerben Thijssen (Lotto Soudal) and Max Kanter (Team Sunweb). Sam Bennett (Deceuninck-Quick Step) went first through the finish but the...

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