Slovakian cyclist Peter Sagan finished seventh in the third round of the Vuelta races and in San Juan International in Argentina, which was an individual lap of 12 km both with the start and goal of Pocite. The winner was Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck – Quick Step), which ended at 13:41 and became the new leader of the race.
There were 12 seconds of the Italian Conti valerio (UAE-Team Emirates) and the Belgian talent Remco Evenepoel (Deceuninck – Quick Step) in third place.
A short melody reached almost all the level, there and froze. Halfway through six kilometers, the cyclists turned and, in the same route, they returned to the exit zone, which was also the target.
Sagan It was between fifth and sixth, and finally surpassed by the final winner Alaphilippe of 26 seconds and the Colombian Fernando Gaviria who started behind him. In total, the 29-year-old Slovak cyclist fell from fourth to seventh place. The leader of Alaphilippus is behind 32 seconds.
Two Slovak cyclists more Erik Baška (Bora-Hansgrohe) a Matúš Štoček (Beltrami Tsa – Hoppla – Petroli Firenze) occupied in the forty-eighth time, respectively. seventy-third place In general, Štěměček is seventy (+3: 54 min) and Baska stopiaty (+6: 51).
"I think it was a good day for BORA-hansgrohe with two results in the top 10. Felix Grossschartner was excellent, only 16 seconds for the winner, and Peter Sagan was the best, although he was not a timekeeper Felix is now fifth overall, but there are two challenging mountain scenarios ahead, so we have to remain prudent. " The sports director of Bora-Hansgrohe, Ján Valach, told the portal of this German team.
The Vuelta and San Juan International routes have 7 stages, a free day to come after four exits on Thursday, 31 January. In particular, two stages will be important to pursue second in the general classification. The current melody finished 12 km with start and goal at Pocite. The venue for excellence will be the San Martín to Alto Colorado market (169.5 km) with four mountain bonuses and an 18.9 km long finish to Alto Colorado up to 2624m.
The races have no WorldTour status (only 2.1), but they have an excellent speed race. Slovakian Peter Sagan, Briton Mark Cavendish, Colombian Fernando Gaviria and Argentinian Maximiliano Richez are fast track enthusiasts, Colombian Nairo Quintana and Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe should fight for the general victory.
Stage 3 (individual period Pocito – Pocito, 12 km):
1. Julian Alaphilippe (Fr.) Deceuninck – Fast Step 13:41 min
2. Valerio Conti (ITA) UAE-Team Emirates +12 s
3. Remco Evenepoel (Belgium) Deceuninck – Fast step +12
4. Felix Grosschartner (AUT) Bora-Hansgrohe +16
5. Winac Anacona (Col.) Movistar +16
6. Fernando Gaviria (Col.) UAE-Team Emirates +21
7th Peter Sagan Bora-Hansgrohe +26
48a Erik Baška Bora-Hansgrohe +1: 30 min
73th Matúš Štoček (all SR) Beltrami Tsa – Hoppla – Petroleum Firenze +1: 55
3rd stage classification:
1. Julian Alaphilippe (Fr.) Deceuninck – Fast pace 7:15:16 p.m.
2. Fernando Gaviria (Col.) UAE-Team Emirates +18 sec
3. Valerio Conti (ITA) UAE-Team Emirates +22
4. Remco Evenepoel (Belgium) Deceuninck – Fast pace +22
5. Felix Grossschartner (AUT) Bora-Hansgrohe +26
6. Winac Anacona (Col.) Movistar +26
7th Peter Sagan Bora-Hansgrohe +32
70a Matúš Štoček Beltrami Tsa – Hoppla – Petroleum Firenze +3: 54 min
105 Erik Baška Bora-Hansgrohe (all SR) +6: 51
Young drivers under 23 years old:
1. Remco Evenepoel (Belgium) Deceuninck – Fast pace 7:15:38 p.m.
2. Gino Mäder (CH Switzerland) Dimension data +35 p
3. Sebastian Alexander Castano (Col.) Beltrami Tsa – Hoppla – Petroleum Firenze +1: 23 min
11 Matúš Štoček (SR) Beltrami Tsa – Hoppla – Petroleum Firenze +1: 49 min