World Champion Alaphilippe celebrates the first season

Cycling - Please Don't Celebrate Too Early Before Finish Line Even You Are World Champions
The Frenchman in services of Quickstep-Alphavinyl won after 207.92 km from Leitza to Viana in 5: 04.35 hours in front of the French fabien Dubey (Totalergoes) and the Belgian Quinten Herman (Wanty-Gobert). The Slovene Primoz Roglic rolled with the main field as a 13th goal and thus defended its leadership in the overall classification.

Immediately after the start, a four-headed top group formed. The quartet quickly had a larger lead of just five minutes. The four outliers worked well together and so until a few kilometers prior to the goal, a lead of about two minutes claim. Then the Spaniard Ibon Ruiz (Nuclear Pharmaceutical) drove an attack, none of his three comrades at the top could follow.

Ruiz even managed to engage in the target straight line with around 15 seconds. But for the 23-year-olds it should not be enough. The field cited by Quickstep-Alphavinyl chased and Holt Ruiz around 500 meters in front of the aim. The Belgian Remco Evenepeel squeezed powerfully on the pace, Alaphilip attacked at the exact right moment and drove out a safe sprint victory.

On Wednesday, the 3rd stage is about 181.7 kilometers from Laudio to Amurrio. There are five roads to conquer. The tour ends on Saturday in arrate.

2. Stage Leitza – Viana (207.92 km):

1. Julian Alaphilippe (France) – Decuninck-Quick-Step 5:04:35 hrs.; 2. Fabien Dubeyy (France) – Team Totalergies + 0 sec.; 3. Quinten Hermans (Belgium) – Wanty-Gobert; 4. Hugo Houle (Canada) – Israel Prime Minister Tech; 5. Orluis Aular (Venezuela) – Caja Rural Seguros RGA; 6. Gotzon Martin (Spain) – Euskaltel – Euskadi; 7. Adam Yates (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers; 8. David Gaudu (France) – Groupama-FDJ; 9. Remco Evenepeel (Belgium) – Decuninck-Quick-Step; 10. Maxim Van Gils (Belgium) – Lotto Soudal;… 55. Emanuel Buchmann (Lochau / Austria) – Bora-Hansgrohe; 62. Leon Heinschke (Cottbus) – Team DSM; 118. Simon Sagke (Freiburg im Breisgau) – Cofidis; 119. Florian Stork (Friends) – Team DSM; 126. Lennard Kombna (Fischerhude) – Bora-Hansgrohe

Total standings single, stand after the 2nd stage:

****1. Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) – Jumbo Visa 5:14:23 hrs.; 2. Remco eventpoel (Belgium) – Decuninck-Quick-Step + 5 sec.; 3. Remi Cavagna (France) – Decaininck-Quick-Step + 16; 4. GeralaT Thomas (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers + 18; 5. Adam Yates (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers; 6. Aleksander Wlasow (Russia) – Bora-Hansgrohe; 7. Bruno Armirail (France) – Groupama-FDJ + 20; 8. Jon Izagirre institution (Spain) – Cofidis; 9. Jonas Vingegaard Rasmussen (Denmark) – Jumbo Visa; 10. Ben Tulett (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers + 21;… 28. Emanuel Buchmann (Lochau / Austria) – Bora-Hansgrohe + 33; 48. Lennard Kombna (Fischerhude) – Bora-Hansgrohe + 43; 49. Leon Heinschke (Cottbus) – Team DSM + 44; 76. Florian Stork (Friends) – Team DSM + 52; 82. Simon Gasks (Freiburg im Breisgau) – Cofidis + 54

mountain rating, stand after the 2nd stage:

1. Ibon Ruiz (Spain) – Equipo core Pharma 11 pts; 2. Other OKamika (Spain) – Burgos – BH 9; 3. Remco Evenepeel (Belgium) – Decuninck-Quick-Step 3; 4. Ibai Azurmendi Sagastiretza (Spain) – Euskaltel – Euskadi 3; 5. Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) – Jumbo Visa 2; 6. Julen Amezqueta Moreno (Spain) – Caja Rural Seguros RGA 2; 7. Adam Yates (United Kingdom) – Ineos Grenadiers 1

Sprint rating, stand after the 2nd stage:

1. Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) – Jumbo Visa 28 Point; 2. Remco Evenepeel (Belgium) – Decaininck-Quick-Step 27; 3. Julian Alaphilippe (France) – Decaininck-Quick-Step 25; 4. Adam Yates (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers 21; 5. Ibai Azurmendi Sagastiretza (Spain) – Euskaltel – Euskadi 20; 6. Fabien Dubeyy (France) – Team Totalergies 20; 7. Remi Cavagna (France) – Decaininck-Quick-Step 16; 8. Quinten Hermans (Belgium) – Wanty-Gobert 16; 9. Gerald Thomas (Great Britain) – Ineos Grenadiers 14; 10th Hugo Hole (Canada) – Israel Premier Tech 14

Team rating, stand after the 2nd stage:

1. Deceuninck-Quick-Step (Belgium) 15:43:56 hrs.; 2. Jumbo-Visa (Netherlands) + 6 sec.; 3. Ineos Grenadiers (Great Britain) + 10; 4. Groupama-FDJ (France) + 32; 5. MOVVISTAR Team (Spain) + 38; 6. Team Totalergies (France) + 40; 7. Bora Hansgrohe (Germany) + 47; 8. AG2R Citroën Team (France) + 59; 9. EF Education EasyPost (USA) + 1:00 min.; 10. UAE Team Emirates (United Arab Emirates) + 1:03;… 16. Team DSM (Germany) + 1:23

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