Remco Evenepoel has had an impressive season and is set to turn professional in January when he will join the Quick-Step team.
As the first time registration point wasn’t until 18 kilometres into the circuit there was no lack of suspense. However, this proved unnecessary as Remco Evenepoel passed it 50 second quicker than his Australian rival.
This spurred the Flemish Brabant youngster on still further and he sped on towards the finish, end the race a full 1 minute 23 seconds quicker than Lucas Plapp.
After Jurgen Van den Broeck and the late Igor Decraene to whom he dedicated his win, Remco Evenepoel is the 3rd Belgium to become World Junior Time Trial Champion.