Ewan wins the race, Sepulveda is still in the lead

Ewan wins the race, Sepulveda is still in the lead

Duplicate repetition of Caleb Iwan. Already winning the first stage of this Tour of Turkey, last Sunday, the Australian jeep rider for Team Lotto Soudal once again left all his rivals behind at the finish line of stage six of the Tour of Turkey, this Friday between Edremit and Eceabat. As in the opening stage, Ewan, who seemed to represent time in the previous days, was the fastest during the mega race that concluded 201.5 kilometers on the list. On this occasion, the Australian won his fifth success this year, over Belgian Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Phoenix), who finished second in the stage for the fourth time since the start. Ewan also won against Phillipsin last Sunday. In the general classification there is no change either with Argentine Eduardo Sepulveda (Drone Hopper – Androni Giocattoli) is still in control. However, the leader has just eleven seconds ahead of Patrick Bevin (Israel-Premier Tech). Fourth in the stage, the New Zealander missed the opportunity to get rewards at the finish line. On the other hand, he took advantage of the middle run to take two seconds off the Argentine on the eve of Saturday’s tough stage (stage seven), which will keep two difficult times for the riders.

Tour in Turkey
Classification of the sixth stage (Edremit – Ekipat 201.5 km) – Friday 15 April 2022
1- Caleb Ewan (Australia / Lotto Soudal) at 4h54′.
2- Jasper Philipsin (BEL / Alpecin-Fenix) Mountain
3- Danny van Poppel (PBS / Bora-Hansgrohe) Mt.
4- Patrick Bevin (NZL / Israel-Premier Tech) Mt
5- Stuart Campbell (NZL/BikeExchange-Jayco) Mt.

Overall rating (after 6 out of 8 stages)
1- Eduardo Sepulveda (ARG / Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli) at 24 hours 12 noon 2007″
2- Patrick Bevin (Australia/Israel-Premier Tech) 11″
3- Jay Fine (Australia/Alpsin-Phoenix) at 25 inches
4- Harm Vanhoek (Bill / Lotto Soudal) at 37″
5- Anders Haaland Johansen (NOR/Uno-X Pro cycling team) at 46″
6- Nicholas Edith (FRA/Team Arkéa Samsic) at 53″

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