The classic in San Sebastian won after the escape of Mollema, Kreuziger was 22.

The World Tour category champion Clásica San Sebastián, who was a major cyclist for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, won the Dutch Bauke Mollema after a solo leak. The best of the trio of Czechs at the start Roman Kreuziger took 22nd place.

Mollema was a member of the group that caught the last climb of refugee Joaquim Rodríguez from Spain, and in the subsequent convoy he himself escaped. He reached the finish after 220 km with a sixteen-second lead in front of the Frenchman Tony Gallopin, who defeated Alejandro Valverde in the second place. An experienced Spaniard won in San Sebastian in 2014 when Mollema was second.

For the Trek-Segafredo team rider, today’s triumph was thrilling after disappointing at the Tour de France,After the fall he lost the second overall and finally finished eleventh.

“I’m so happy, I’ve been very disappointed in the last few days, but I’ve done well and got out of it. And I can look with hope for the Olympic race, “said Twenty-nine-year-old Mollema after his first World Tour class win.

A tenth man from Tour Kreuziger was looking forward to the race and hoped to be second in 2009 Or third in 2013, but he was not in the last climb to the best.Tinkoff was the best man of the stables, Tinkoff was the twenty-second with a 50-second break.

Olympionik Zdeněk Štybar was twenty-eight for another 12 seconds, his Etixx-Quick-Step teammate Petr Vakoč finished 35th with a loss of 1 : 28.

The Rally with the Czech Quartet, Štybar, Vakoč, Jan Bárta and Leopold König goes on a week on Saturday 6th August.

> Clásica San Sebastián Cycling Tour (WorldTour) – 220,2 km:
1. Mollema (Niz./Trek-Segafredo) 5:31:00 2. Gallopin (Fr./Lotto) 3. Valverde (Sp. / Movistar) both -16, 4. Rodríguez (Sp. 5. Van Avermaet (Belg./BMC), 6. Brambilla (It./Etixx-Quick-Step), 7. S. Yates (Brit./Orica), 8. Slagter (Netherlands / Cannondale), 9. Roche (Ir./Sky) all -34, 10.Devenyns (Belgium / IAM) -37,… 22. Kreuziger (CZ / Tinkoff) -50, 28. Štybar -1: 02, 35. Vakoč (both Czech / Etixx-Quick-Step) -1: 28 . >

Themes: San Sebastián, Road, Cycling, Sport