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Jumbo's black and yellow
alexkr00
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Fleche Wallone
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2019:i.imgur.com/98pQSkS.pngD. Teunsi.imgur.com/GesZAMC.pngD. Formoloi.imgur.com/0KMmjQx.pngA. Valverde
2020:i.imgur.com/bNkx6NT.pngJ. Alaphilippei.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngW. Van Aerti.imgur.com/yashAdh.pngD. Gaudu

Another early move made by Alaphilippe and just like in Amstel, Lambrecht is the first to follow him. Power and Eiking joined the move as well, with only the last 2 climbs left to ride

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Some interesting games in the front group before the Mur de Huy. Lambrecht and Power will start the climb with a small gap in front of Alaphilippe and Eiking, but the more important news is that the gap to the pack is big enough to actually have them dream about the win

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The wall is a hat too big for Power and he cracks just as Lambrecht attacks. Alaphilippe was not far behind at the foot of the climb, but he does not look strong enough to bridge the gap to the Belgian

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And Lambrecht comes up with the perfect climb up the Mur de Huy to claim a fantastic win. Not only did the chasers to catch him, but his gap to them constantly grew

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Power was caught by the chasers and lost even the podium in front of Alaphilippe and David Gaudu, who was by far the fastest rider behind as he broke away from the pack to snatch second place from the World Champion

Results
1.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngBjorg LambrechtAg2r La Mondiale5h11'36
2.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngDavid GauduGroupama - FDJ+ 47
3.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngJulian AlaphilippeDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 56
4.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngRobert PowerTeam Sunweb+ 1'07
5.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngWilco KeldermanTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
6.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngMaximilian SchachmannTeam Sunwebs.t.
7.i.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal KwiatkowskiTeam Sunwebs.t.
8.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngJack HaigMitchelton-Scotts.t.
9.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngWout Van AertTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
10.i.imgur.com/WLfvoYP.pngMichael Valgren AndersenTeam Dimension Datas.t.
11.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngTadej PogaÄŤarUAE Team Emiratess.t.
12.i.imgur.com/7KGN64P.pngPatrick KonradBORA - hansgrohes.t.
13.i.imgur.com/z0WcegL.pngSergey ChernetckiiTEAM Aeroflots.t.
14.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngDavide FormoloBORA - hansgrohes.t.
15.i.imgur.com/gcBwe62.pngRuben GuerreiroTEAM Aeroflots.t.
16.i.imgur.com/ZmM5pRP.pngSĂ©bastien ReichenbachGroupama - FDJs.t.
17.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondales.t.
18.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngValentin MadouasGroupama - FDJs.t.
19.i.imgur.com/n04si6i.pngEdward DunbarTeam INEOSs.t.
20.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngFabio AruUAE Team Emiratess.t.
Winner Profile
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Liege - Bastogne - Liege
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2019:i.imgur.com/Ht2gUCD.pngM. Trentini.imgur.com/csVyzgG.pngM. Matthewsi.imgur.com/ZmdywKZ.pngJ. Fuglsang
2020:i.imgur.com/bNkx6NT.pngM. Woodsi.imgur.com/GesZAMC.pngM. Schachmanni.imgur.com/yashAdh.pngD. Gaudu

Formolo tried an early move on Cote de la Redoute, with more than 35 kilometres left from the race, but nothing would come out of it with a very strong Deceuninck leading the chase

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No successful attacks were made on either Roche-aux-Faucons or Saint-Nicolas. With a small cobbled section before the final punch, Van Aert knew this was an once in a life time opportunity for him to get his hands on La Doyenne.

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He made his move there and he was joined by another 3 riders: Valgren, Schachmann and Formolo, who seemed to be covering every move today. They started the final climb with a small gap over the favorites group, but big enough to have to allow them to go for the win

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Valgren led most of the final kilometre and was still leading as the final corner arrived. The Dane was definitely the strongest rider in the group, but Van Aert was right behind him and still had one acceleration left in him

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But Valgren was able to hold Van Aert off to take a surprising win, while Van Aert has yet another disappointing second place to his name this season. Finishing second in three monuments this year can't be a great feeling. He'd definitely give away all of them for a win

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Results
1.i.imgur.com/WLfvoYP.pngMichael Valgren AndersenTeam Dimension Data6h55'06
2.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngWout Van AertTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
3.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngMaximilian SchachmannTeam Sunwebs.t.
4.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngDavide FormoloBORA - hansgrohes.t.
5.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngJulian AlaphilippeDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 20
6.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngWilco KeldermanTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
7.i.imgur.com/gcBwe62.pngRuben GuerreiroTEAM Aeroflots.t.
8.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngDavid GauduGroupama - FDJs.t.
9.i.imgur.com/CPhmS9v.pngOdd Christian EikingMitchelton-Scotts.t.
10.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngDylan TeunsBahrain - Merida+ 36
11.i.imgur.com/VIck8sE.pngDion SmithMitchelton-Scotts.t.
12.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngJack HaigMitchelton-Scotts.t.
13.i.imgur.com/JizlrZY.pngKrists NeilandsIsraël - Cycling Academy+ 49
14.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngDiego UlissiBahrain - Meridas.t.
15.i.imgur.com/n04si6i.pngEdward DunbarTeam INEOS+ 1'01
16.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngTadej PogaÄŤarUAE Team Emirates+ 1'12
17.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngTom DumoulinDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
18.i.imgur.com/49l98o0.pngBob JungelsDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
19.i.imgur.com/WLfvoYP.pngJakob FuglsangDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 1'27
20.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngBjorg LambrechtAg2r La Mondiales.t.
Winner Profile
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valverde321
The Ardennes looked a little tougher for the team, but still solid results, and nice to see Lambrecht win Smile
 
FreitasPCM
Missing the big win but still solid results. Lambrecht turned out to be a real puncheur beast with those stats, thought paid the effort in Liege.
 
alexkr00
Can't really be upset with the outcome of the Ardennes classics though given the hills are the weakest area in the team.
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Tamijo
Time to get back into story reading after a break with a lot of MG.

Haven't read back yet, guess i'll start with this season, by the way is it your 2nd or 3rd season in this story?
 
alexkr00
Third season. I'm in 2021. It's PCM18 but I'm playing with the 2019 Daily database so 2019 was the first season.

Season 3 starts on page 20. Season 2 on page 10.
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Tour de Romandie
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2019:i.imgur.com/csVyzgG.pngT. Dumoulini.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngP. Roglici.imgur.com/09zuO8c.pngG. Thomas
2020:i.imgur.com/csVyzgG.pngT. Dumoulini.imgur.com/09zuO8c.pngM. Kwiatkowskii.imgur.com/0KMmjQx.pngD. De La Cruz

Dumoulin won the the previous two editions, but with the change to Deceuninck, it looks like the race is not on his priority list anymore, which means that we will finally someone else with Tour de Romandie.

Despite not being just as dominant as last year, Kwiatkowski still managed two stage wins and entered the final time - trial with quite a comfortable lead. But the rankings with be overthrown in the last stage, with a time - trial full of up and downs. Sam Oomen, who started the day in third, behind Kiwatkowski and Vervaeke would go on and win the race, with Kwiatkowski having major deja-vus from last year, where he also dominated the race, but finished second.

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Kwiatek wins stage four ahead of Vervaeke

Stage by stage breakdown
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i.imgur.com/N5PQetL.pngStage 1i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngGeraint Thomasi.imgur.com/09zuO8c.pngi.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngGeraint Thomasi.imgur.com/09zuO8c.png
i.imgur.com/hMriR0V.pngStage 2i.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal Kwiatkowskii.imgur.com/csVyzgG.pngi.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal Kwiatkowskii.imgur.com/csVyzgG.png
i.imgur.com/hMriR0V.pngStage 3i.imgur.com/VIck8sE.pngDion Smithi.imgur.com/Ht2gUCD.pngi.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal Kwiatkowskii.imgur.com/csVyzgG.png
i.imgur.com/hMriR0V.pngStage 4i.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal Kwiatkowskii.imgur.com/csVyzgG.pngi.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal Kwiatkowskii.imgur.com/csVyzgG.png
i.imgur.com/1BYMgpi.pngStage 5i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngLĂ©o Vincenti.imgur.com/yashAdh.pngi.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal Kwiatkowskii.imgur.com/csVyzgG.png
i.imgur.com/N5PQetL.pngStage 6i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngEgan Bernali.imgur.com/09zuO8c.pngi.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam Oomeni.imgur.com/0KMmjQx.png
Results
1.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam OomenMovistar Team18h25'13
2.i.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal KwiatkowskiTeam Sunweb+ 11
3.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngChris FroomeLotto Soudal+ 14
4.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngVincenzo NibaliMitchelton-Scott+ 20
5.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSteven KruijswijkTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 31
6.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngGeraint ThomasTeam INEOS+ 33
7.i.imgur.com/oApXgoq.pngPello BilbaoAstana Pro Team+ 44
8.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngPrimoz RoglicDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 49
9.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngSimon YatesBahrain - Merida+ 56
10.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngLouis VervaekeTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 57
11.i.imgur.com/7KGN64P.pngGeorg PreidlerBORA - hansgrohe+ 1'05
12.i.imgur.com/gcBwe62.pngRuben GuerreiroTEAM Aeroflot+ 1'09
13.i.imgur.com/Gn9MAuE.pngJan HirtAstana Pro Team+ 1'20
14.i.imgur.com/Q8gbhpz.pngRichard CarapazMovistar Team+ 1'25
15.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngLĂ©o VincentGroupama - FDJ+ 2'01
16.i.imgur.com/VIck8sE.pngDion SmithMitchelton-Scott+ 2'15
17.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOS+ 2'20
18.i.imgur.com/oApXgoq.pngIon IzagirreAg2r La Mondiale+ 2'45
19.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngEmanuel BuchmannBORA - hansgrohe+ 2'57
20.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngEgan BernalTeam INEOS+ 3'09
i.imgur.com/asop0NC.pngi.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngMichal KwiatkowskiTeam Sunweb76
i.imgur.com/3LyXwva.pngi.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngLĂ©o VincentGroupama - FDJ32
i.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngi.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngEgan BernalTeam INEOS18h28'22
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Winner Profile
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Tamijo
Good start (began at top of pace 20) with Jacob 2nd in worlds Wink
Interesting transfers with Primoz Roglic out Cool, let’s hope Wilco do not crash too much Wink
Quite good Down Under ( Alaphilippe will be annoying at those hills all season I guess)
Very good early wins topped by Sivakov’s UAE Tour
Wow nice series with De Plus in Tirreno and Van Poppel at Milano – Sanremo, but Teunissen - Van Aert at Ronde van Vlaanderen my God almost too much. (considering changing level ?)
 
alexkr00
I'm considering it, but only at the end of the season. I want to see how the Grand Tours play out too first.
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Giro d'Italia preview
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2019:i.imgur.com/csVyzgG.pngT. Dumoulini.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngP. Roglici.imgur.com/09zuO8c.pngG. Thomas
2020:i.imgur.com/csVyzgG.pngT. Dumoulini.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngP. Roglici.imgur.com/VupKHQx.pngM. A. Lopez
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2019:i.imgur.com/csVyzgG.pngT. Dumoulini.imgur.com/LZug8fd.pngG. Cicconei.imgur.com/09zuO8c.pngE. Bernal
2020:i.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngP. Roglici.imgur.com/Ev3JTiA.pngF. Masnadai.imgur.com/s7CsjGM.pngD. Martinez
Jumbo-VismaGC FavoritesTop Sprinters
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i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngS. Kruijswijki.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngi.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngP. Roglici.imgur.com/bNkx6NT.pngi.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngC. Ewani.imgur.com/VupKHQx.png
i.imgur.com/VIck8sE.pngG. Bennetti.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngi.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngS. Yatesi.imgur.com/98pQSkS.pngi.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngF. Gaviriai.imgur.com/4lJ0iKB.png
i.imgur.com/C3yjcDZ.pngS. Kussi.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngi.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngA. Yatesi.imgur.com/09zuO8c.pngi.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngE. Vivianii.imgur.com/GesZAMC.png
i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngA. Tolhoeki.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngi.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngC. Froomei.imgur.com/VupKHQx.pngi.imgur.com/n04si6i.pngS. Bennetti.imgur.com/ZgD1KCR.png
i.imgur.com/wpDijEi.pngE. Grosui.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngi.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngV. Nibalii.imgur.com/Ht2gUCD.pngi.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngC. Laportei.imgur.com/s7CsjGM.png
i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngT. Rooseni.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngi.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngE. Buchamanni.imgur.com/GesZAMC.png
i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngP. Eenkhoorni.imgur.com/yQUmrec.pngi.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngS. Oomeni.imgur.com/0KMmjQx.png
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i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngN. Quintanai.imgur.com/09zuO8c.png
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i.imgur.com/Q8gbhpz.pngR. Carapazi.imgur.com/0KMmjQx.png
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i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngT. Pinoti.imgur.com/VupKHQx.png
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Tom Dumoulin is back to win what would be a historical third Giro d'Italia in a row. And what better way to make sure you are the main favorite than having the rider who finished second behind you in the last two editions as your main domestique.

Simon Yates is the latest Grand Tour winner and seems to be Dumoulin's main rival. But can he repeat the stellar ride from the 2019 Vuelta? His brother, Adam leads a very strong Ineos squad and surely has his eyes set on the pink jersey, while this might be one of the last Grand Tours where Froome rides with a realistic chance at the podium.

Danny Van Poppel will be looking to make the most of the sprints here, but with Ackermann, Ewan and Gaviria all being here as well, it will be anything but easy. With the GC riders winning the points classification in the last two editions, it will interesting to see if the sprinters can strike back this year.

After riding the last two seasons in the Tour as a leader, Kruijswijk will switch this year for Il Giro. It's clear that he won't top the third place from 2019 in the Tour so switching for another Grand Tour might not be a bad idea. The plan is for him to still ride the Tour, but only in support for De Plus. George Bennett has his eyes on the blue jersey after winning the polka dots jersey at the Tour last year.
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alexkr00
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Giro d'Italia: Stage 1
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We kick off this year's Giro d'Italia in Croatia and for the first time in a while the race does not start with a time - trial.

Only two riders were in the breakaway today, with Ravanelli being the strongest climber of them and thus becoming the first wearer of the blue jersey this year. With just two riders in the breakaway, Bennett also managed to grab a couple of points

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The last kick before the finish was not as hard as the Jumbo riders were hoping and this resulted in 3 very evenly matched trains with Deceuninck and Lotto just as strong as the black and yellow one

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Cees Bol managed to take advantage of the other trains' work and he was leading in the final corner, but it was very tight with Ackermann, Ewan, Bennett and Van Poppel not far behind

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It all came down to the acceleration in the very last few metres and the one who came on top was Van Poppel! The Dutch Champion barely bet Bol and Ewan to the line to become the first leader of this year's Giro d'Italia!

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A big crash in the final kilometres saw quite a few of the GC riders losing time from the very first stage. Roglic, Landa and Bernal lost 2 minutes, while Froome, Soler and Quintana are already 5 minutes behind!

Stage
1.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngDanny Van PoppelTeam Jumbo-Visma5h44'39
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunwebs.t.
3.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngCaleb EwanLotto Soudals.t.
4.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngPascal AckermannDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
5.i.imgur.com/n04si6i.pngSam BennettTeam Dimension Datas.t.
6.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngElia VivianiBORA - hansgrohes.t.
7.i.imgur.com/wpDijEi.pngEduard Michael GrosuTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
8.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngFernando GaviriaUAE Team Emiratess.t.
9.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngGreg Van AvermaetMitchelton-Scotts.t.
10.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngSimon YatesBahrain - Meridas.t.
11.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOSs.t.
12.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngJasha SĂĽtterlinMovistar Teams.t.
13.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngKenny ElissondeTeam INEOSs.t.
14.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngJasper StuyvenTrek - Segafredos.t.
15.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngGiulio CicconeTrek - Segafredos.t.
General Classification
1.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngDanny Van PoppelTeam Jumbo-Visma5h44'29
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunweb+ 4
3.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngCaleb EwanLotto Soudal+ 6
4.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngElia VivianiBORA - hansgrohe+ 9
5.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngPascal AckermannDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 10
6.i.imgur.com/n04si6i.pngSam BennettTeam Dimension Datas.t.
7.i.imgur.com/wpDijEi.pngEduard Michael GrosuTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
8.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngFernando GaviriaUAE Team Emiratess.t.
9.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngGreg Van AvermaetMitchelton-Scotts.t.
10.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngSimon YatesBahrain - Meridas.t.
11.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOSs.t.
12.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngJasha SĂĽtterlinMovistar Teams.t.
13.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngKenny ElissondeTeam INEOSs.t.
14.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngJasper StuyvenTrek - Segafredos.t.
15.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngGiulio CicconeTrek - Segafredos.t.
i.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngi.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngDanny Van PoppelTeam Jumbo-Visma25
i.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngi.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngSimone RavanelliIsraël - Cycling Academy7
i.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngi.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngAlvaro HodegDeceuninck-Quick Step5h44'39
i.imgur.com/cre0h2q.pngi.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngTeam Jumbo-Visma17h13'57
Winner Profile
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Giro d'Italia: Stage 2
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i.imgur.com/yHvnIEU.pngD. Van Poppeli.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngD. Van Poppeli.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngS. Ravanellii.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngA. Hodeg

It was a very hectic second day of racing in Croatia, with a very strong lateral wind producing many splits and regroups in the pack today.

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The last uphill section of the day destroyed what was left of the riders energy after a day in which they constantly had to ride at a high intensity. No sprints trains were formed, but Max Schachmann was pulling like crazy at the front of the pack to put Bol in a perfect position for the downhill sprint

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Bol did very well in the sprint, but he would come up short for a second time in a row, with Ewan flying inside the last kilometre to take the win and become the new pink jersey wearer as Van Poppel missed out on the podium today

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The wind produced some very important victims among the GC men today. Landa, Quintana, Froome, Soler lost additional time and with the big loses from yesterday their GC race is basically over.

Stage
1.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngCaleb EwanLotto Soudal5h23'40
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunwebs.t.
3.i.imgur.com/gcBwe62.pngIvo OliveiraUAE Team Emiratess.t.
4.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngDanny Van PoppelTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
5.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngPascal AckermannDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
6.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOSs.t.
7.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngFabio AruUAE Team Emiratess.t.
8.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngMaximilian SchachmannTeam Sunwebs.t.
9.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngElia VivianiBORA - hansgrohes.t.
10.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngMatej MohoricCCC Teams.t.
11.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam OomenMovistar Teams.t.
12.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngJasha SĂĽtterlinMovistar Teams.t.
13.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngNils PolittTEAM Aeroflots.t.
14.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngJakub MareczkoCCC Teams.t.
15.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngChristophe LaporteEF Education First p/b Cannondales.t.
General Classification
1.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngCaleb EwanLotto Soudal11h08'05
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunweb+ 2
3.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngDanny Van PoppelTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 4
4.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSteven LammertinkTeam Sunweb+ 12
5.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngElia VivianiBORA - hansgrohe+ 13
6.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngPascal AckermannDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 14
7.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOSs.t.
8.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngJasha SĂĽtterlinMovistar Teams.t.
9.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngFabio AruUAE Team Emiratess.t.
10.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam OomenMovistar Teams.t.
11.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngSimon YatesBahrain - Meridas.t.
12.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngFernando GaviriaUAE Team Emiratess.t.
13.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngGreg Van AvermaetMitchelton-Scotts.t.
14.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngGiulio CicconeTrek - Segafredos.t.
15.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngRichie PorteTrek - Segafredos.t.
i.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngi.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunweb42
i.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngi.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngSimone RavanelliIsraël - Cycling Academy9
i.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngi.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngAlvaro HodegDeceuninck-Quick Step11h08'19
i.imgur.com/cre0h2q.pngi.imgur.com/C3yjcDZ.pngEF Education First 33h24'57
Winner Profile
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rogvi97
Strong start at the Giro, would like to see Kruijswijk snatch a podium here to continue the traditionWink
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Tamijo
Strong start of the Giro with a stage win right from day one, congrats.
 
alexkr00
Thanks. The win gave me MSR vibes with Van Poppel slightly behind just to make up the ground in the final metres.
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Giro d'Italia: Stage 3
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i.imgur.com/yHvnIEU.pngC. Ewani.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngC. Boli.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngS. Ravanellii.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngA. Hodeg

With everyone in the team except Adam Yates losing time in the previous stages, Ineos was one of the first starters today and set the first important reference time. Bernal and Quintana already out of the GC is great news for Yates, who will now have both Colombians devoted to him

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Jumbo did exceptionally well and were miles ahead of everyone else at the intermediate checkpoint at the top of the climb. Despite losing some time in the second part, they still beat Ineos' time with little over one minute

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Despite having Dumoulin, Roglic and Jungels in their line-up, Deceuninck really struggled today, barely making the top 10 in a stage where they should have been the big favorites. Another big surprise came from EF, the only team to be within one minute of Jumbo

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Stage
1.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngTeam Jumbo-Visma38'53
2.i.imgur.com/C3yjcDZ.pngEF Education First p/b Cannondale+ 57
3.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngTeam INEOS+ 1'02
4.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngTeam Sunweb+ 1'18
5.i.imgur.com/iWnndwY.pngBahrain - Merida+ 1'30
6.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngBORA - hansgrohes.t.
7.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngLotto Soudal+ 1'31
8.i.imgur.com/oApXgoq.pngMovistar Team+ 1'33
9.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 1'34
10.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngMitchelton-Scott+ 1'56
11.i.imgur.com/z0WcegL.pngTEAM Aeroflot+ 1'57
12.i.imgur.com/C3yjcDZ.pngTrek - Segafredo+ 1'59
13.i.imgur.com/sBzkkwE.pngAstana Pro Team+ 2'30
14.i.imgur.com/XKVmbDT.pngIsraël - Cycling Academy+ 2'32
15.i.imgur.com/HnU712t.pngUAE Team Emirates+ 2'33
General Classification
1.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngDanny Van PoppelTeam Jumbo-Visma11h47'02
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSteven KruijswijkTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 10
3.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondale+ 1'08
4.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngRigoberto UranEF Education First p/b Cannondale+ 1'10
5.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOS+ 1'12
6.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunweb+ 1'16
7.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSteven LammertinkTeam Sunweb+ 1'26
8.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngCaleb EwanLotto Soudal+ 1'27
9.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngMaximilian SchachmannTeam Sunweb+ 1'28
10.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngElia VivianiBORA - hansgrohe+ 1'40
11.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngSimon YatesBahrain - Meridas.t.
12.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngDavide FormoloBORA - hansgrohes.t.
13.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngEmanuel BuchmannBORA - hansgrohes.t.
14.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngThibaut PinotLotto Soudal+ 1'41
15.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngTiesj BenootLotto Soudals.t.
i.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngi.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunweb42
i.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngi.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngSimone RavanelliIsraël - Cycling Academy9
i.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngi.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondale11h48'10
i.imgur.com/cre0h2q.pngi.imgur.com/C3yjcDZ.pngEF Education First p/b Cannondale34h04'47

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Giro d'Italia: Stage 4
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i.imgur.com/yHvnIEU.pngD. Van Poppeli.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngC. Boli.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngS. Ravanellii.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngD. Martinez

Only fourth day of racing in Giro d'Italia and we already have the first top mountain finish. The pack rode an insane pace on the first climb which resulted in most of the breakaway being caught, which allowed Bennett to get some important points for the KoM rankings.

On the final climb, Sam Oomen made the first move. He was joined by Pinot, Roglic and Ciccone. Despite having what are considered second tier favorites, the move looked very solid

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When the pack started reeling it back in, Pinot accelerated and dropped the others, who would soon be caught by the favorites group

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Pinot rode by himself until the last kilometer, when he was joined by Oomen and Adam Yates. But neither still had enough energy left to challenge Pinot for the win. Oomen must have nerves of steel though - being caught, only to attack again from the favorites group.

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Kruijswijk rode the final climb at his own pace to finish on a very good fifth place on the day, but missing out on inheriting the pink jersey from Van Poppel, who instead went to Yates, the strongest of the big favorites today.

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Yesterday's fiasco for Deceuninck was the first bad sign for Dumoulin, but today was even worse and the Dutchman is already more than three minutes behind Yates. The dream of a third consecutive win seems to be over only after 4 stages

Stage
1.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngThibaut PinotLotto Soudal4h40'13
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam OomenMovistar Teams.t.
3.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOSs.t.
4.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngVincenzo NibaliMitchelton-Scott+ 54
5.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSteven KruijswijkTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 1'14
6.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngEgan BernalTeam INEOS+ 1'52
7.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngGiulio CicconeTrek - Segafredo+ 2'14
8.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngFabio AruUAE Team Emiratess.t.
9.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngTom DumoulinDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 2'32
10.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngPrimoz RoglicDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
11.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngRichie PorteTrek - Segafredo+ 2'50
12.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngLĂ©o VincentGroupama - FDJ+ 3'19
13.i.imgur.com/68m9S05.pngRafal MajkaBORA - hansgrohes.t.
14.i.imgur.com/VIck8sE.pngGeorge BennettTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 3'30
15.i.imgur.com/oApXgoq.pngMikel LandaMovistar Team+ 3'47
General Classification
1.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOS16h28'23
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSteven KruijswijkTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 16
3.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngThibaut PinotLotto Soudal+ 23
4.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam OomenMovistar Team+ 31
5.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngVincenzo NibaliMitchelton-Scott+ 1'54
6.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngTom DumoulinDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 3'08
7.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngGiulio CicconeTrek - Segafredo+ 3'17
8.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngFabio AruUAE Team Emirates+ 3'49
9.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngRichie PorteTrek - Segafredo+ 3'50
10.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngSimon YatesBahrain - Merida+ 4'19
11.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondale+ 4'40
12.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngLĂ©o VincentGroupama - FDJ+ 4'59
13.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngEmanuel BuchmannBORA - hansgrohe+ 5'12
14.i.imgur.com/49l98o0.pngBob JungelsDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 5'16
15.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngPrimoz RoglicDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
i.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngi.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunweb42
i.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngi.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngThibaut PinotLotto Soudal32
i.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngi.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondale16h33'03
i.imgur.com/cre0h2q.pngi.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngDeceuninck-Quick Step48h15'47
Winner Profile
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Giro d'Italia: Stage 5
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i.imgur.com/yHvnIEU.pngA. Yatesi.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngC. Boli.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngT. Pinoti.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngD. Martinez

Bennett took advantage of the climbs being place in the first half of the race and joined the breakaway to claim some very important KoM points, before dropping back to the pack. As a result Bennett will take over the blue jersey from Pinot at the end of the day

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With a very flat second part of the stage, this was a dream scenario for the sprinters. What was not a dream scenario were the incredibly tight roads at the end. Eenkhoorn was leading the pack with 3km to go, but the rest of the train was caught way behind

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Eventually Grosu found a way to bring Van Poppel closer to the front when the road got wider to try to fight a very well set up train by Lotto for Caleb Ewan

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But neither Ewan nor Van Poppel would end up battling for today's win. CCC's Jakub Mareczko would take the win in a very close finish with Bol, who had to settle for a third second place in this Giro

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Stage
1.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngJakub MareczkoCCC Team5h37'42
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunwebs.t.
3.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngPascal AckermannDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
4.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngCaleb EwanLotto Soudals.t.
5.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngMarc SarreauGroupama - FDJs.t.
6.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngDanny Van PoppelTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
7.i.imgur.com/n04si6i.pngSam BennettTeam Dimension Datas.t.
8.i.imgur.com/7KGN64P.pngMarco HallerTEAM Aeroflots.t.
9.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngChristophe LaporteEF Education First p/b Cannondales.t.
10.i.imgur.com/wpDijEi.pngEduard Michael GrosuTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
11.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngKenny ElissondeTeam INEOSs.t.
12.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOSs.t.
13.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngPascal EenkhoornTeam Jumbo-Vismas.t.
14.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngPhil BauhausBahrain - Meridas.t.
15.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngNairo QuintanaTeam INEOSs.t.
General Classification
1.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOS22h06'05
2.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSteven KruijswijkTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 16
3.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngThibaut PinotLotto Soudal+ 23
4.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam OomenMovistar Team+ 31
5.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngVincenzo NibaliMitchelton-Scott+ 1'54
6.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngTom DumoulinDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 3'08
7.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngGiulio CicconeTrek - Segafredo+ 3'17
8.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngFabio AruUAE Team Emirates+ 3'49
9.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngRichie PorteTrek - Segafredo+ 3'50
10.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngSimon YatesBahrain - Merida+ 4'19
11.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondale+ 4'40
12.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngLĂ©o VincentGroupama - FDJ+ 4'59
13.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngEmanuel BuchmannBORA - hansgrohe+ 5'12
14.i.imgur.com/49l98o0.pngBob JungelsDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 5'16
15.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngPrimoz RoglicDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
i.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngi.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngCees BolTeam Sunweb62
i.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngi.imgur.com/VIck8sE.pngGeorge BennettTeam Jumbo-Visma56
i.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngi.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondale22h10'45
i.imgur.com/cre0h2q.pngi.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngDeceuninck-Quick Step65h08'53
Winner Profile
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alexkr00
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Giro d'Italia: Stage 6
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i.imgur.com/yHvnIEU.pngA. Yatesi.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngC. Boli.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngG. Bennetti.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngD. Martinez

After being the first blue jersey wearer, Simone Ravanelli's breakaway efforts would be rewarded with an even bigger prize. He was the strongest of the escapees today and just one of two to be able to held off the pack's comeback to claim a fantastic stage win for himself and his team

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The pace in the pack was very high in the pack in the last half of the stage and this was not on Kruijswijk's liking. The Dutchman would end up being on the wrong side of a split in the pack in the last kilometres and ended up losing almost 1 minute and a half to the rest of the favorites

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Stage
1.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngSimone RavanelliIsraël - Cycling Academy4h30'12
2.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngFabien DoubeyAg2r La Mondiale+ 36
3.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngCaleb EwanLotto Soudal+ 2'02
4.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngPrimoz RoglicDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
5.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam OomenMovistar Teams.t.
6.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngThibaut PinotLotto Soudals.t.
7.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngDavide FormoloBORA - hansgrohes.t.
8.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOSs.t.
9.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngFabio AruUAE Team Emiratess.t.
10.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngDylan TeunsBahrain - Meridas.t.
11.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngRichie PorteTrek - Segafredos.t.
12.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngVincenzo NibaliMitchelton-Scotts.t.
13.i.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngSerge PauwelsIsraël - Cycling Academys.t.
14.i.imgur.com/7KGN64P.pngRiccardo ZoidlCCC Teams.t.
15.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngPascal AckermannDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
General Classification
1.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngAdam YatesTeam INEOS26h38'19
2.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngThibaut PinotLotto Soudal+ 23
3.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSam OomenMovistar Team+ 31
4.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngSteven KruijswijkTeam Jumbo-Visma+ 1'43
5.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngVincenzo NibaliMitchelton-Scott+ 1'54
6.i.imgur.com/5JT0U8o.pngTom DumoulinDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 3'08
7.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngGiulio CicconeTrek - Segafredo+ 3'17
8.i.imgur.com/wbBgJno.pngFabio AruUAE Team Emirates+ 3'49
9.i.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngRichie PorteTrek - Segafredo+ 3'50
10.i.imgur.com/PyzIGEK.pngSimon YatesBahrain - Merida+ 4'19
11.i.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondale+ 4'40
12.i.imgur.com/OFh7zwr.pngLĂ©o VincentGroupama - FDJ+ 4'59
13.i.imgur.com/ALPTVT4.pngEmanuel BuchmannBORA - hansgrohe+ 5'12
14.i.imgur.com/49l98o0.pngBob JungelsDeceuninck-Quick Step+ 5'16
15.i.imgur.com/09sd1WG.pngPrimoz RoglicDeceuninck-Quick Steps.t.
i.imgur.com/vl2MkmB.pngi.imgur.com/xAVGvsA.pngCaleb EwanLotto Soudal74
i.imgur.com/jV7DpkT.pngi.imgur.com/VIck8sE.pngGeorge BennettTeam Jumbo-Visma56
i.imgur.com/OupzJSr.pngi.imgur.com/jAtZgs9.pngDaniel Felipe MartĂ­nezEF Education First p/b Cannondale26h42'59
i.imgur.com/cre0h2q.pngi.imgur.com/FRE45EU.pngDeceuninck-Quick Step78h45'35
Winner Profile
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