Julian Alaphilippe - 2017 - Paris-Nice - General Classification

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Julian Alaphilippe - 2017 - Paris-Nice - General Classification

Elegant sun’s race leader’s jersey of Paris-Nice made by Le Coq Sportif. Direct from Julian Alaphilippe.

The leader of the overall classification wears a yellow jersey, since 2008. At the creation of the race in 1933, the jersey is azure and gold. These colors evoke the Mediterranean and the sun and will remain until 1939. In 1946, the jersey is green.

Alaphilippe, who rides for the Belgian Deceuninck-Quick-Step team, wore the 2017 Paris-Nice leader’s jersey two days and winning the 14,5km time-trial Beaujeu- Mont Brouilly.

He will finish 5th in the general classification winning two distinctive jerseys, the green one for the general classification by points and the white one for the general classification of best young rider.

Colour: Yellow inspired by the Sun of The Côte d’Azur

Condition: used pro leader’s jersey in perfect condition

• Manufactured from a 100% polyester which the design is printed on a special sublimation printer with specific inks to fit the panels that will be sewn together
• Long sleeves jersey
• Three back pockets
• Long length zip at the collar 56cm
• Logo Le Coq Sportif by sublimation printing
• Made in France by Le Coq Sportif

Size: Extra Small

Length: 68cm

Armpit to armpit: 39cm

PLEASE NOTE to review carefully the photos to determine the condition.

Additional information:
Julian Alaphilippe, born June 11, 1992 in Saint-Amand-Montrond (Cher), is a French cyclist, member of the Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl team. Initially a cyclo-cross specialist, he has devoted himself to road cycling since turning professional in 2013. He is the only French rider to be a double world champion on the road, after his titles in 2020 in Imola and 2021 in Leuven.

A classics specialist, his victories include Milan-San Remo 2019, the San Sebastian Classic 2018, the Flèche Wallonne 2018, 2019 and 2021, and the Strade Bianche 2019. He placed second in Liège-Bastogne-Liège in 2015 and 2021, the 2017 Tour of Lombardy and Milan-San Remo 2020. In stage races, he won the 2016 Tour of California and the 2018 Tour of Britain, among others. He also has a stage in the Tour of Spain and six stages in the Tour de France to his credit, as well as the 2018 Best Climber classification. He finished the 2019 Tour de France in fifth place, having been in yellow for 14 days, and receiving the Supercombative award. He is ranked number one in the world from March 24 to September 15, 2019.

Julian Alaphilippe capped a successful 2019 season during which he wore the Tour de France’s yellow jersey for 14 days by winning the Velo d’Or award as the best rider of 2019 on Sunday.

Alaphilippe in 2019 played a key role in one of the most exciting Tour de France editions in decades this summer, challenging race favorites with flair and panache. He won two stages before eventually cracking during the final week of racing but his showmanship and unpredictable style gained him many admirers.