The Colombians do not give up after stage 11, this is how they are in the general classification

The Colombians do not give up after stage 11, this is how they are in the general classification
The Colombians do not give up after stage 11, this is how they are in the general classification

The Colombians Juan Sebastián Molano and Fernando Gaviria They presented themselves this Wednesday as strong favorites to win stage 11 of the Italy spin, but the strategy did not work in the final meters and the Italian Jonathan Milan He raised his arms at the finish line.

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The test of this day, of 207 kilometers, was designed for the sprinters and was defined that way, with a vibrant packaging in which the bad note of the day was the serious accident at the end.

Milan won the stage, Juan Sebastian Molano He was the best Colombian in the fraction, finishing sixth and Fernando Gaviria finished eighth. While Daniel Felipe Matinez He arrived alongside Tadej Pogacar and with the same time as the group.


1. Jonathan Milan at 4h 23m 18s
2. Tim Merlier to mt
3. Kaden Groves MT
4. Giovanni Lonardi mt
5Laurence Pithie mt
6. Juan Sebastián Molano mt
8. Fernando Gaviria mt

1. Tadej Pogacar 41h 09 min 26 sec
2. Daniel Felipe Martínez at 2 min 40 s
3. Geraint Thomas at 2 min 58 s
4. Ben O’Connor at 3 min 39 sec
5. Cian Uijtdebroeks at 4 min 15 s
6. Antonio Tiberi at 4 min 27 s
7. Romain Bardet at 4 min 57 s
8. Lorenzo Fortunato at 5 min 19 s
9. Filippo Zana at 5 min 23 s
10. Einer Rubio at 5 min 28 s
17. Esteban Chaves at 9 min 24 s
30. Nairo Quintana at 30 min 43 s
139. Sebastián Molano 2 h 23 min 28 s
149. Fernando Gaviria 2 h 32 min 13 sec

The boss spoke

The Slovenian Tadej Pogacar (UAE), leader of the Giro d’Italia, analyzed the competition, which is already advancing in its second part.

“Everyone is happy that the breakaway worked. We rode easier and Bahrain had to push. They set a hard pace on the climb, so we no longer had control,” he said.

And he added: For me it was better that way. Some people say we have to share a piece of the pie, but sometimes you can’t win. “We also have to think about the next few days, the time trial and the queen stage at the end of the week.”

On the other hand, the team Visma lost its leader, who abandoned the race due to illness. A key loss, since he was within the top ten overall.

“The Giro will have to continue without the biggest smile from the peloton. We regret to inform that Cian Uijtdebroeks he is forced to abandon the race. Cian has not been feeling well in recent days and after yesterday’s stage he fell ill. We wish him a speedy recovery,” Visma reported.

The 21-year-old Belgian was fifth overall and was the best young man in the race. With his departure, Visma is left with the following men: the Hungarian Attila Valter, the Slovenian Jan Tratnik, the Italian Edoardo Affini and the Dutch Tim van Dijke.

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