Heartbreak on the line in a breathless sprint finish, and a mountain top ride to glory. Get the tissues ready – it’s a rollercoaster of emotions on today’s FINAL KILOMETRE.
Tour de Suisse, Stage Five, Brig-Glis to Cari 126.4km
Cruelly denied a stage win at the Giro, BMC’s Darwin Atapuma made no mistake today. El Puma attacked on the last climb and had just enough in the legs to hold off Warren Barguil (Giant-Alepcin). Ag2r-La Mondiale’s young gun Pierre Latour put in a fantastic ride to place third and take the overall lead. He’s on the same time as Wilco Kelderman (LottoNL-Jumbo) and holding 5secs on Sky’s Geraint Thomas.
I defy you not to get teary along with Darwin in these Velon CC highlights. Full highlights here
Over the Gotthard Pass….
From roadside cheering at the Criterium du Dauphine to leading the Tour de Suisse. What a difference a week makes
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Aviva Womens Tour, Stage One, Southwold to Norwich, 138.5km
Boels-Dolmans continue their winning ways at the Women’s World Tour as Christine Majerus makes it nine victories for the team. The Luxembourg national champion launched her sprint early to catch lone leader Alison Tetrick (Cyclance Pro Cycling) in the closing metres. Marianne Vos (Rabobank-Liv) took second with Wiggle High5’s Giorgia Bronzini in third.
Women’s racing guru Sarah Connolly has you covered…
Race leader and best British rider…
Heart break for Alison Tetrick, you can read her account here …
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Featured Image: Darwin Atapuma WINS! Image ©Tim de Waele/Corbis via Getty Images