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Tour de Romandie: Stage 3

Road race 18°C 165.1 km
13:38: Valbroye – 5.39 pm: Valbroye


A thinned out peloton sprinted for victory in a hilly stage. Israel-Premier Tech’s New Zealander Patrick Bevin blasted everyone out of the wheel and sprinted to victory. Ethan Hayter was second, leader Rohan Dennis strengthens his lead by a nice third place. Quinten Hermans once again proved to be the best Belgian with a fifth place.

  1. 17h31. Patrick Bevin gives Israel Premier Tech precious points for the WorldTour standings. He sprints convincingly to the victory. Hayter and Dennis complete the podium. †
  2. 5 pm 31. Bevin wins. Patrick Bevin wins the stage! He takes the lead in the sprint and no one gets over it. †
  3. 17:30. In no time the peloton closes the gap. They have clearly set their sights on a sprint.  †
  4. 5 p.m. 29. Taaramäe blazes away. Rein Taaramäe  (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert) drives away from the peloton at a fast pace. Will he stand? †
  5. 5 p.m. 27. Rohan Dennis has successfully defended his leader’s jersey. There seems to be no chance of him losing them today. †
  6. 5 p.m. 25. Sprinting? It looks like we’re going to sprint for the win again. Ethan Hayter is still in the leading group and is claiming the victory again. †
  7. 17h23. Just before the summit, a few attacks are launched. Hirschi tries to force something with his strong descent. †
  8. 17 hours 21. An attack by Verona (Movistar) creates some enthusiasm in the peloton. It seems impossible for the Spaniard. He has 8 seconds on the suit. †
  9. Sedeilles. The last ascent of the day is the Sédeilles. The riders have to climb 4.3 kilometers at 4.7%.  † 5 p.m. 16.
  10. 17 hours 11. We secretly hope for some fireworks on the last climb. Who dares to fight? †
  11. 17 hours 07. Dylan Teuns comes to beep. The big men maneuver towards the front of the pack. For the first time today we see Dylan Teuns. He settles into fifth position. †
  12. 5 p.m. 06. Amalgamation. The leading group is swallowed by the peloton with 20 kilometers to go. The price may erupt again. †
  13. 17h03. The pack moves too fast for Ethan Vernon. The rider of Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl has to release. †
  14. Dompierre (2). There’s the Dompierre again.  That is synonymous with 4.4 kilometers of climbing at 4.9%. † 17 hours 01.
  15. 4 pm 56. It will be difficult for the leading group. The leading group seems like a bird to the cat. With the Dompierre approaching, that seems to be the ideal springboard for the peloton to bridge the remaining 40 seconds. †
  16. 16 hours 53. Within 10 kilometers we start the last two climbs of the day. Is the stage laid in its fold there? †
  17. The leading group with Neilands, Peters and Cavagna. 4 p.m. 47.
  18. 1’46”. The leaders’ lead has fallen to under two minutes. The peloton is not handing out any presents today. . 16h45.
  19. 4 p.m. 43. The battle for the standings starts today. Juan Ayuso (UAE).


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