MILAN – The Milan-Sanremo of cycling was won by the French Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick-Step) but the social networks celebrate Niccolò Bonifazio's undertaking. The Italian cyclist was the protagonist of a mad descent down from the Cipressa. The video with its prowess has received many shares on social networks and has become viral.
Cycling, Milan-Sanremo: Alaphilippe wins but Bonifazio shows off on the web
The French Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick-Step) won the 110th edition of the Milan-Sanremo of cycling, the very classic spring of 291 kilometers long.
In second place came the Belgian Oliver Naesen, while in the third and fourth position two former world champions, Michal Kwiatowski and Peter Sagan, were classified. Best of the Italians Vincenzo Nibali, eighth.
Great action by Niccolò Bonifazio on Cipressa. After beating a 22-second lead over the rest of the group, the young Direct Énergie cyclist threw himself headlong down the downhill hairpin bends, and passed the bike with the RAI camera at a speed of just a few inches. A mixture of courage and skill that has won over its fans and other cycling enthusiasts on social networks.
Niccolò Bonifazio, born in Cuneo on October 29, 1993, is an Italian road cyclist who runs for the Direct Énergie team. As Wikipedia writes, Bonifazio has been a professional cyclist since 2014 and has sprinter characteristics. In 2014 he won the Agostoni Cup, in 2015 the Lugano Grand Prix, in 2016 a stage in the Tour de Pologne, in 2018 a stage in the Tour of Croatia.
The video from Twitter with the mad descent of Bonifazio down from the Cipressa.
Bonifazio dans la descente de la Cipressa. Impressionnant. pic.twitter.com/oz9H6AhlnN
– Roue Libre (@en_rouelibre) March 23, 2019
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