“It didn’t quite work out in stage two, but that wasn’t tragic,” Lopez said after winning the finale. “We kept our cool and today it worked. It’s a good race for me here – also as a Giro prep. It was the only difficult final and I had to try it.” “.
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Fourth-placed Belo Bilbao (victorious Bahrain national team) is still on top in the general standings, but his lead narrowed to two seconds as Bardet conceded extra seconds at the end. Felix Gall (Ag2R Citroen) defended his overall position in fifth, as did Attila Walther (Groupama – FDJ), who is one place ahead of the Austrian in third.
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Bilbao, who nevertheless spoke about a difficult day, explained: “It was a good day for us, there weren’t any dangerous drivers between the splitters, so we were able to defend the jersey well. But that’s how the race was designed. .There are good chances of a breakup. Every day, but there is also a fight for the overall ranking.”
Jeffrey Bouchard (Ag2R Citroen) leads the mountain classification with 15 points, while Thymen Arensman (DSM) leads the junior classification at the same time ahead of Santiago Buitrago (victor of Bahrain).
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