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Bauhaus ensures a 2nd German victory straight

5. Phase Lancut-Rzeszow (178.10 kilometres).

On Thursday, the individual time trial over practically twelve kilometers of the vertical distinction raises a height distinction of 342 meters. From the start in Nowy Targ it goes uphill, after 5 kilometers it will be steeper to the coating station to the Rusinski ski terminal. The Poland excursion upright Friday in Krakow.

Nikias Arndt (Fragrance) team DSM; 4. Niklas Märkl (Queidersbach) team DSM; 34. Marco Brenner (Ansbach) team DSM; 57.

The sprint was then outweighed by a loss, additionally the victor of Tuesday, Pascal Ackermann fell. Bauhaus was not influenced by the loss and was able to prevail against Demare, which had in fact been brought into a great beginning setting by his FDJ Groupama sprint.

overall rating solitary, since the fifth phase:.

Soon after the begin, an eight-member leading team developed, Bora Hansgrohe was stood for with the New Zealander Shane Archbold. The outliers harmonized well and composed the intermediate sprints and also the mountain ratings among themselves. When the last rounds were just under 20 kilometers prior to the finish, the unity was over. Bit by bit, the escaped people were placed by the peloton, three kilometers prior to the finish the field drove together once again.

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Bauhaus (Bahrain-Victorious) prevailed after 178.1 kilometers from Lancut to Rzeszow in 4: 16.19 hrs in advance of the French sprint star Arnaud Demare (FDJ). Third was Nikias Arndt (DSM) in front of Max Kanter (Movistar), that thus made certain an impressive arise from a German viewpoint.

Nikias Arndt (Cologne) team DSM; 4. Niklas Märkl (Queidersbach) team DSM; 34. Marco Brenner (Ansbach) team DSM + 43; 45. Nikias Arndt (Cologne) team DSM + 1:25 min.; 47. Niklas Märkl (Queidersbach) team DSM + 23:38; 117.

Marco Brenner (Ansbach) team DSM + 43; 45. Nikias Arndt (Cologne) team DSM + 1:25 min.; 47. Niklas Märkl (Queidersbach) team DSM + 23:38; 117.

Paris-Nice: Pedersen wins mass sprint

The Frenchman of the team Jumbo-Visa came on Tuesday on the 3rd stage in mass sprint, reached the goal at the victory of the Danish ex-world champion Mads Pedersen with some residue the goal.

On the past three kilometers, fall victims receive the time of the winner, so laporte leads the race with a second lead in front of his Belgian teammate wout van aert.

The 190.8 kilometers from Vierzon to Dun-le-Le-Leestel were shaped by many attacks in the hilly final phase. In the end, however, the sprinter teams controlled the field and Pedersen won in a long spurt in front of the Frenchman Bryan Coquard and Van Aert. The German Team Bora-Hansgrohe reached by the Dutch Danny Van Poppel.

On Wednesday, the time periods are in demand. The courses over 13.4 kilometers leads from Domérat to Montlucon. From Thursday, the terrain becomes much more demanding. The race ends on Sunday with a stage around Nice.

3. Stage: Fourzon – Dun-Le-Palestel (190.80 km)

1. Mads Pedersen (Denmark) – Trek – Segafredo 4:23:29 hrs.; 2. Bryan Coquard (France) – Cofidis + 0 sec.; 3. Wout Van Aert (Belgium) – Jumbo Visa; 4. Jasper Philipsen (Belgium) – Alpecin-Fenix; 5. Anthony Turgis (France) – Team Totalergies; 6. Biniam Girmay Hailu (Eritrea) – Wanty-Gobert; 7. Fred Wright (United Kingdom) – Bahrain Victorious; 8. Danny van Poppel (Netherlands) – Bora Hansgrohe; 9. Ethan Hayter (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers; 10. Juan Sebastian Molano Benavides (Colombia) – UAE Team Emirates;… 48. Maximilian Schachmann (Berlin) – Bora-Hansgrohe; 57. Simon Gasks (Freiburg im Breisgau) – Cofidis; 58. John Degenkolb (Oberursel) – Team DSM; 70. Nils Politt (Hürth) – Bora Hansgrohe; 75. Georg Zimmermann (Neusäß) – Wanty-Gobert; 98. Maximilian Walscheid (Heidelberg) – Cofidis + 5:46 min.; 106. Nico Denz (Waldshut Tiengen) – Team DSM + 10: 01

Total standings single, stand after the 3rd stage:

*1. Christophe Laporte (France) – Jumbo-Visa 11:34:44 hrs.; 2. Wout Van Aert (Belgium) – Jumbo-Visa + 1 sec.; 3. Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) – Jumbo Visa + 9; 4. MADS Pedersen (Denmark) – Trek – SegaFredo + 29; 5. Bryan Coquard (France) – Cofidis + 33; 6. Pierre-Roger Latour (France) – Team Totalergies; 7. Zdenek Stybar (Czech Republic) – Decaininck-Quick-Step + 38; 8. Jasper Stuyven (Belgium) – Trek – Segafredo + 39; 9. Aleksander Wlasow (Russia) – Bora-Hansgrohe; 10. Florian Senechal (France) – Decuninck-Quick-Step;… * 47. Maximilian Schachmann (Berlin) – Bora-Hansgrohe + 2:22 min.; 51. John Degenkolb (Oberursel) – Team DSM + 2:59; 71. Simon Gasks (Freiburg im Breisgau) – Cofidis + 7:22; 72. Georg Zimmermann (Neusäß) – Wanty-Gobert; 79. Nils Politt (Hürth) – Bora Hansgrohe + 9:04; 88. Maximilian Walscheid (Heidelberg) – Cofidis + 10:15; 129. Nico Denz (Waldshut-Tiengen) – Team DSM + 23: 47

Yellow Jersey Crashes In Sprint Finish At Paris-Nice

mountain rating, stand after the 3rd stage:

****1. Matthew Holmes (United Kingdom) – Lotto Soudal 12 Point; 2. Alexis Gougard (France) – B & B Hotels P / B KTM 7; 3. Thomas de Gendt (Belgium) – Lotto Soudal 6; 4. Philippe Gilbert (Belgium) – Lotto Soudal 4; 5. Aimé de Gendent (Belgium) – Wanty-Gobert 4; 6. Owain Dull (United Kingdom) – EF Education-EasyPost 4; 7. Wout Van Aert (Belgium) – Jumbo Visa 3; 8. Mathieu Burgaudeau (France) – Team Totalergies 3; 9. Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) – Jumbo Visa 2; 10. Nathan van Hooydonck (Belgium) – Jumbo-Visa 2

Sprint rating, stand after the 3rd stage:

1. Wout Van Aert (Belgium) – Jumbo Visa 32 Point; 2. Christophe Laporte (France) – Jumbo Visa 27; 3. MADS Pedersen (Denmark) – Trek – SegaFredo 27; 4. Fabio Jakobsen (Netherlands) – Decuninck-Quick-Step 15; 5. Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) – Jumbo Visa 14; 6. Bryan Coquard (France) – Cofidis 12; 7. Pierre-Roger Latour (France) – Team Totalergies 10; 8. Biniam Girmay Hailu (Eritrea) – Wanty-Gobert 10; 9. Jasper Philipsen (Belgium) – Alpecin-Fenix ​​9; 10. Alexis Gougard (France) – B & B Hotels P / B KTM 8

Team rating, stand after the 3rd stage:

1. Jumbo-Visa (Netherlands) 10:45:03 hrs.; 2. AG2R Citroën Team (France) + 1:06 min.; 3. Trek – SegaFredo (USA); 4. Deceuninck-Quick-Step (Belgium); 5. Ineos Grenadiers (United Kingdom) + 1:32; 6. Team Totalergies (France) + 1:41; 7. Team DSM (Germany) + 1:44; 8. Bora-Hansgrohe (Germany) + 2:00; 9. Cofidis (France) + 2:22; 10. Bahrain Victorious (Bahrain) + 2:35

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