Patrick Bevin wins the third stage in the sprint, Rohan Dennis retains the lead in the general classification

Patrick Bevin wins the third stage in the sprint, Rohan Dennis retains the lead in the general classification

The New Zealand versatile debuted from Israel-Premier Tech in front of Ethan Hayter on Friday at Valbroi.

Article by

published

Update

reading time : 1 minute.

He managed to beat Ethan Hayter! Israel-Premier Tech’s New Zealand-Swiss knifeman Patrick Bevin, a recent winner of the Tour of Turkey, won the third stage of the Tour de Romandie in Valbroye in a sprint. In Vaud County, the sprinter/puncher/climber was fully backed by Michael Woods and Jacob Vogelsang to get ahead of the man in the Swiss ring: Ethan Hayter (Inios Grenadiers). Having gone too far, the British track racer couldn’t get back to Bevin.

Third place in the race went to Rohan Dennis (Jumbo Visma). The Australian, wearing the leader’s blue jersey, continued his momentum and came to claim an extra three seconds in an unexpected exercise. Meanwhile, the winner of the day is back in second place, fourteen seconds behind Dennis, and positions himself as a candidate for the ultimate victory. A place in the mountains now this weekend, with the International Cycling Center in Eagle departing on Saturday, to take a downhill direction Val d’Anniviers, in Zinal, the first peace judge for this Tour de Romandie.


READ  The final battle for the top six has begun

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.