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How the Men's First Escape was won

Both male and female categories competed until the last moment a few meters before the finish line.
In the men's race, it can be seen from the beginning of the race that those 3 (who reached the finish line first) they did a “face race” that is, they maintained their advanced positions in the platoon with the risk of working more from the beginning, but with the advantage of not being caught behind by any hesitation, by an accident or by some team tactic.


The first move that preselected the leading group was not in narrow areas where everyone expected. It was even on the widest roads in the still unfinished highway crossing area, A0. The photo shows the suffering of those who try to stay in the first place.
There, the national champion Malnasi Attila forced and created a curb with the help of the side wind, generating an escape consisting of 3 riders including the Balkan champion at Under 23 Patrick Pescaru and former national road champion Vlad Dobre.

They worked together, in the first part, to put distance between them and the followers formed mostly from the team led by the multiple national and Balkan champion Lucian Logigan.

The gap widened and they crossed the railway from Snagov entering the last kilometer 3 escape. In the last part of the race, Attila Malnasi gave a few more attacks charging to break away.
The decisive move, but, it was the nomadic rider's, Patrick Pescaru who entered the CST finish corridor first, on the best route. Vlad Dobre, having half a front wheel, he closed the route and obtained the second position, Attila Malnasi being forced to accept the place 3. It was a race contested until the last moment with great joy for those who won and regrets for the others.


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