German cyclist Lennard Kemna from the Bora-Hansgrohe team won the 16th stage of the Tour de France.
Russian Pavel Sivakov of Ineos Grenadiers finished fourth on the stage on Tuesday. The second was another representative of Ineos Grenadiers, Colombian Richard Carapas, and the third was Swiss Sebastien Reichenbach from Groupama-FDJ.
In the General classification, Slovenian Roglic from Jumbo-Visma leads the way. Second is another Slovenian, Tadej Pogacar (UAE, +40 seconds), and third is Colombian Rigoberto Uran (EF Pro Cycling, +1 minute 34 seconds). Sivakov is ranked 89th.
Vlasov won the youth competition of the race “Tirreno-Adriatico”
British cyclist Simon Yates from the Mitchelton-Scott team won the General classification of the Italian “Tirreno-Adriatico”, Russian Alexander Vlasov from the Astana team won the youth classification of this multi-day World tour.
On the last day, the race was held with a separate start of 10.1 km. Italian Filippo Ganna (INEOS Grenadiers) finished with the best time – 10 minutes 42 seconds. The second result was for the Belgian Victor Kampenarts from NTT Pro Cycling (+18), the third-for the Australian roan Dennis (INEOS Grenadiers, +0.26).
Yates won the General classification. Second was another Briton Geraint Thomas (INEOS Grenadiers) with a gap of 17 seconds, the third was the pole Rafal Majka (BORA-hansgrohe, +0.29). Vlasov was fifth (+0.58).
In the fight for the victory in the youth competition, Vlasov beat the British James Knox by 43 seconds.
Bernal dropped out of the top 10 of the General classification of the Tour de France”
Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal from the INEOS Grenadiers team, winner of the 2019 Tour de France, lost third place and dropped out of the top ten of the 2020 Grand loop General classification after the 15th stage of the race, the leader’s yellow Jersey was retained by Slovenian primož Roglic from Jumbo-Visma.
The winner of the stage on Sunday was Slovenian cyclist Tadej Pogacar (UAE), who covered the distance of 174.5 km in 4 hours 34 minutes 13 seconds. Roglich finished second with the leader’s time, with Australian Richie Porte (Trek – Segafredo) taking third place 5 seconds behind. Bernal finished only 25th after losing Pokahara 7 minutes, 20 seconds.
Roglich retains the top position in the General classification with a total time of 65 hours 37 minutes 7 seconds. Pochagar is second with a gap of 40 seconds, and Colombian Rigoberto Uran from the EF Pro Cycling team is in third place (+1.34). Bernal lost 10 positions in the General classification and is now in 13th place (+8.25).