Three days from De Panne

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The Three Days of De Panne (since 2018 Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne , previously Driedaagse van De Panne-Koksijde ) is a road cycling event in West Flanders, Belgium .

The competition was initially held from 1977 at the end of March / beginning of April as a stage race in men's cycling and was initially reserved for professionals and from 1995 onwards as an elite race. The race usually consisted of two normal stages on the first two days and a shorter half-stage in the morning and an individual time trial in the afternoon on the third day . It has been part of the UCI Europe Tour since 1995 and was classified in its highest category, 2nd HC .

Instead of the stage race, two one-day races , one each for men and women, have been held since 2018 , which lead under the name Driesdaagse Brugge-De Panne in Bruges to De Panne . The men's race was still hors categorie in 2018 and became part of the UCI WorldTour in 2019 . The women's race became part of the UCI Women's WorldTour in its first year .

The organizer is the Koninklijke Veloclub Panne Sportief (German: Royal Cycling Club Panne ).

Winners list



Women's circuit in 2019

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