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Team Visma | Lease a Bike endures hectic final in third stage

Team Visma | Lease a Bike endures hectic final in third stage

The riders of Team Visma | Lease a Bike reached the finish line in the third stage of the Tour de France without any problems. The stage, won by Biniam Girmay, had a chaotic finale due to several crashes.

After two days in the Italian hill zone, the peloton could get ready for a long sprint stage today. There was not much enthusiasm for the breakaway of the day as, despite the low pace at the beginning of the stage, no group got away. 

As the end of the stage approached, the speed also increased considerably. This eventually caused chaos in the race. With a few kilometres to go, a part of the peloton smashed hard against the ground. Wout van Aert was right behind the crash, but stayed on his bike like all his teammates. This did leave the Belgian without a chance for the stage win.

"Jonas is riding with a lot of confidence"

Matteo Jorgenson

Birthday boy Matteo Jorgenson crashed in Sunday's stage. The American is not too bothered by that slide. "The further today's stage progressed, the better I started to feel myself. The legs are fine anyway. I even feel that I have improved a little bit compared to the Critérium du Dauphiné. Tomorrow we will go into the high mountains for the first time. I am looking forward to it and it is fair to say that we are all looking forward to it. The important thing is to get Jonas through that stage without any problems. He has impressed me over the past few days. Jonas is riding with a lot of confidence. Tomorrow is going to be another test," said 25-year-old Jorgenson.

Jonas Vingegaard

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