Slovenian Primo Roglić from the Jumbo-Visma team won the fourth stage of the Tour de France Cycling race. The second place on the stage was taken by Slovenian Tazhey Pogachar from UAE-Team Emirates, and the third – by Frenchman Guillaume Martin from Cofidis. Russian cyclist Ilnur Zakarin from the CCC team was 54th, Pavel Sivakov (Ineos Grenadiers) – 139th. In the General classification, Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) leads the way – 18 hours, 7 minutes, 4 seconds. The second is the Briton Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott, 4 seconds behind), the third is Roglich (+7 seconds). Zakarin takes 49th place (+8.02), Sivakov – 172nd (+1: 06.58). The fifth stage of the Tour de France will take place on Wednesday.
Caleb Ewen wins the third stage of the Tour de France
Australian Caleb Ewen of the Lotto Soudal team won the third stage of the Multi-day tour de France Cycling race. The third stage of the “Great loop” with a length of 198 km started in nice and finished in Sisteron. The second was Irish Sam Bennett (Deceuninck-Quick Step), the third – Italian Giacomo Nizzolo (NTT Pro Cycling). Russian cyclist Ilnur Zakarin from the CCC team finished 107th, Pavel Sivakov (INEOS Grenadiers) – 161st. In the overall standings continues to lead the Frenchman Julian Alafilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) with a result of 13 hours 59 minutes 17 seconds. The second position is occupied by Briton Adam Yates(Mitchelton-Scott, 4 seconds behind), and Swiss mark hirschi (Sunweb, +7 seconds) closes the top three. Zakarin is in 50th place in the General classification (+4 minutes 40 seconds), and Sivakov is in 172nd place (+4.45). In the white Jersey of the best young rider, Sivakov takes 26th place (+46.38). The fourth stage of the Tour de France will be held on Tuesday.
Alaphilippe won the second stage of the Tour de France
French cyclist Deceuninck-Quick Step Julian Alaphilippe won the second stage of the multi-day Tour de France and led the General classification. The second stage of the 186 km multi-day race started in nice and included three category peaks. Alaphilippe won the stage from a breakaway, Swiss mark hirschi (Sunweb) finished second, and Briton Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) finished third. At the same time, the main group almost caught up with the gap of three riders, arriving 2 seconds later. Russian cyclist of the CCC team Ilnur Zakarin, who was caught in a blockage on the first stage, came to the finish line 4 minutes 25 seconds after the winner, Pavel Sivakov (INEOS Grenadiers), who fell twice on the first stage, lost to Alaphilippus 28 minutes 15 seconds. In the overall standings, Yates is second (+4 seconds), and hirshi is third (+7 seconds). The third stage (198 km) starts in nice and finishes in Sisteron.