Final KM: Tirreno Adriatico Stage 3

The Rainbow Warrior wins when he wants and those BMC guys play pass the jersey again.

Stage 3: Monterotondo Marittimo to Montalto di Castro, 204km

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) came around the last corner on Elia Viviani‘s wheel, then scorched past him with metres to spare. The Sky sprinter held for second with Lotto-Soudal’s Jurgen Roelandts rounded out the podium. Race leader Greg Van Avermaet was held up behind a late crash that left many riders on the ground. He didn’t lose time, but finished behind teammate Dennis Rohan, who now takes the blue jersey.


Yes there were Haribos, and his post race interview??? Right here…

After Caruso and Van Avermaet comes Rohan Dennis…

A stressful day in the crosswinds made for a nervous finale…

Fingers crossed everyone seems OK.

Bahrain barista…

Full report at Cycling News.

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Header image: Peter Sagan at maximum power © Tim de Waele/Corbis via Getty Images

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