If it was indeed a crazy house yesterday in Jiro, then the fence was completely closed today. Only after 70 kilometers did the peloton, really uncontrollable, settle.
A leading group of 17 passengers was approved, and for the classifiers it appears that there is no problem.
The coin appeared to be on the side of the fugitives again, as traditional kidnappers like Bok Mollima were already rubbing their hands.
But it was somewhat surprising that Geoffrey Bouchard and Quinn Bowman began the controversial final stage on the cobblestone roads of the starting center.
But the dream of the French and Dutch player was shattered by Egan Bernal, who wanted to reward his team-mates in the last hour of competition.
The Colombian overtook the lead duo in the last hectometer, and tolerated Julio Ciccone for a while, but then fluttered unsustainably to clinch a win, extra seconds, and the pink shirt.
Remco Evenepoel has never been in the front row on gravel roads, but he still finds his second breath and is by no means allowed to complain after finishing fourth in 10 seconds. In the standings, it is now 15 seconds behind the Colombian rival.
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