This Saturday July 23, three months after a terrible fall that brought him to stop the Tour de France, Julian Alaphilippe won the first stage of the Tour de Wallonie. A great show welcomed by his partner, Marion Rousse, live on France 2.
The boss is back! This Saturday, July 23, the world cycling champion Julian Alaphilippe won the first stage of the Tour de Wallonie. Little Nino’s father returned to competition after withdrawing from the Tour de France, due to a serious fall in the Liège-Bastogne-Liège race at the end of April. And the runner crossed the finish line in first position, ahead of Spaniard Alex Aranburu and Australian Robert Stannard
After a long recovery and return as a team member in the last French championships, at the end of June, Julian Alaphilippe therefore regained his role as leader and he did not fail. Excellent news before taking part in the Vuelta, then defending his double crown at the world championships.
Marion Rousse’s measured happiness
And this great victory was quickly heard in Marion Rousse, but is currently very busy with the Tour de France. The former cyclist was also available for comments this Saturday, while his lover fought his rivals on the streets of Belgium. But during the test, France 2 reporter Alexandre Pasteur wanted to announce Julian Alaphilippe’s result to the audience. Then he turns to Marion Rousse to confirm the result and he also has an opinion about this show. Professionally, the current president of the Tour de France Women wants to contain her joy. “That’s right. This is recovery, and he won”, his reaction was simple. But there is no doubt that when they meet again, the whole little family will celebrate this great victory that they should have.
Julian Alaphilippe and Marion Rousse After a long recovery and return as a team member in the last French championships, at the end of June, Julian Alaphilippe therefore regained his role as leader and he did not fail.
Marion Rousse “That’s right. It’s recovery, and he won,” he simply reacted. But there is no doubt that when they meet again, the whole little family will celebrate this great victory that they should have.