Filippo Genna (Inios Granadiers) thrashed the competition for a third win at Giro de Italia, winning the Stage 14 time trial in a vague time of 42:40. The world champion was 26 seconds faster than his teammate Rohan Dennis.
Brandon Manculti (UAE team Emirates) was the best performance of the GC contenders so far, finishing third in 43 seconds behind Dennis and finishing fourth overall. After starting the day in 11th place, after Pacquiao Bilbao gave the top GC riders more than a minute, Manknality is now just 12 seconds from podium position.
There was no major shake-up in the overall condition, except for the McCulley ride. Maglia Rosa Joao Almida (Disekunink-Quickstep) got time on all her closest rivals. Wilco Calderman (Sunweb) lost just 16 seconds to stay within a minute of the Portuguese player. Meanwhile, Vincenzo Nibali (Trek-Segafredo) is 2:30 away from the pink jersey after giving 1:23 on Almeida.
That day belonged to Ganna, who had seen the way to victory from the beginning. The 24-year-old Giro di Italia appeared to specialize in almost all terrain, but he was in his field at Stage 14. He and Dennis were the only ones apart from each other in the first investigation at the top of Muro de CA. ‘Del Poggio. When the agile young Italian used the power of the road and extended his lead over his more experienced team player, he finally crossed the line with a 26-second advantage.
This is Ganna’s third win in the opening two weeks and this is the fourth win for the Enos Grenadiers, while Dhonatan Norwich won on stage 12, while the second will be heard in Milan on the final day.
“Every win is important to me and we have a really strong team in this giro, we win everywhere and we are really happy,” Gana said after the stage. “Initially I felt fine, we had a one kilometer, five minute climb which wasn’t very easy, but the finished leg was really, really nice and I felt better and better.”
How it turned out
In contrast to the early-time probationary test, Valdebobiade from the Conegliano started in a calm and dry situation in the 14th stage Italian prosecutor’s office. As is often seen in the Grand Tour Kronos, there will be two battles on that day – one for stage wins and the other between general class contenders.
Rolling.1 34.1 km. It had two main bites on stage, with the brutal fourth-class Muro de CA del Poggio coming within more than six kilometers of the stage and one more hill challenge within the final 10 kilometers. This will be a strict test with the previous number. 19 percent on its 1.1km distance.
The initial start-up list was full of strong-time triangles and it was Matthias Brandl (Israel start-up nation) who set the initial benchmark with a time of 45:23, but his time in the hotseat was already marked as Victor Campnarts (NTT). Pro cycling) and set the fastest time at checkpoints on the course.
The Belgian hour record holder took about 40 seconds from Brandl, setting a new fast time of 44:46. Like Brandle before him, the next stage contenders were already on the course and claiming to top the all-time investigation. Dennis (Inios Grenadiers) had a difficult time in the initial trial but he watched on-song as he was guided by the course. Behind him, his team-mate and time-tested world champion, Filippo Ganna, was already picking up the morning with ruthless efficiency ahead of him.
Dennis crossed the line with a new best time of 43:06, but he only kept the hot seat warm for his Italian teammate. Sugarcane never lost a pedal stroke, chilling at heights as if they weren’t there. Champion૨ :: When he crossed the line in the 40’s, the world champion would blow up the rest of his rivals. Claimants of the general classification are still left, Ganna can sit back and rest in a comfortable rest that her time will not be happy.
Reaching the stage on his condemnation, McConnell went ahead with a mission, losing just 15 seconds against Ganna through another checkpoint. To hold third place on stage and to advance himself in the stands and within a touch distance of the podium venue, the American held his nerve to post a time of 43 :: 4 of.
Mucanlity was the only member of the top 10 to get time on Almeida, who looked confident in his Maglia Rosa Skinsit. The discink-quickstep rider did not get the same margin over some of its competitors in Valdobbiaden on the opening day of the race, but it increased their advantage at the top of the overall rankings. After the rocky start of Giro di Italia, Calderman put in a tremendous effort to put himself in a good argument for the overall classification before the difficult mountain test.
Jay Hindley (Sunweb) was the biggest loser in the top 10, losing more than two minutes to Almeida and finishing 10th overall. Jakob Fugalsang (Astana) ‘s time trial bike also had a bad day, dropping to 12th in the general classification.
|P.S.||Rider Name (Country) Team||The result|
|.||Filippo Ganna (Eta) Inios Grenadiers||0:42:40|
|2||Rohan Dennis (US) Inios Grenadiers||0:00:26|
|3||Brandon McNulty (USA) UAE Team Emirates||0:01:09|
|4||Thomas de Gandt (Bell) Lotto Sodal||0:01:11|
|5||Joseph Cerni (Cze) CCC team||0:01:16|
|6||See Almida (Por) Disunink-Quickstep||0:01:31|
|7||Tunnel Congert (Este) EF Pro Cycling||0:01:33|
|8||Jonathan Castrovijo Nicolas (Spa) Inios Grenadiers||0:01:44|
|9||Wilco Calderman (Ned) Team Sunweb||0:01:47|
|10||Jan Tretnik (Slow) Bahrain McLaren||0:02:00|
|P.S.||Rider Name (Country) Team||The result|
|.||See Almida (Por) Disunink-Quickstep||54:28:09|
|2||Wilco Calderman (Ned) Team Sunweb||0:00:56|
|3||Palo Bilbao (Spa) Bahrain McLaren||0:02:11|
|4||Brandon Mancunality (USA) UAE Team Emirates||0:02:23|
|5||Vincenzo Nibali (Eta) Trek-Segafredo||0:02:30|
|6||Rafal Majka (Paul) Bora-Hansgrohe||0:02:33|
|7||Domenico Pozzivivo (ETA) NTT Pro Cycling|
|8||Fosto Masnada (Eta) CCC team||0:03:11|
|9||Patrick Conrad (Autt) Bora-Hansgrohe||0:03:17|
|10||Jay Hindli (US) Team Sunweb||0:03:33|