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Alberto Dainese sprints for the best Giro victory of his career |  Giro d'Italia 2022

Alberto Dainese sprints for the best Giro victory of his career | Giro d’Italia 2022

Giro d’Italia: Stage 11

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your location 12:31 PM: Santarcangelo di Romagna 5.14 pm: Reggio Emilia

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Alberto Dainese (DSM) took his first Italian stage win in this round of Italy. In the Reggio Emilia, he was faster than the big guns like the Démare, Gaviria, Ewan and Cavendish. For 24-year-old Dainese, this is the biggest victory of his career. Dries de Bondt was captured only after an attack of about 50 km.

The Eleventh Giro stage in a nutshell:

  • Today’s winner (1): At the DSM, they announced before the ride that they would be going with Cees Bol. In the end it was Alberto Dainese and it didn’t disappoint. It is the third victory of the Italian and his victory for his people.
  • Today’s winner (2): In the big round, seconds can sometimes play a big role in the final bill. That’s how Richard Carapaz thought today. The Olympic champion had an extra three seconds in the second intermediate race without another ranking man near him. Good job from Ineos.
  • Today’s loser: Caleb Ewan got his last chance to win a sprint group in this Giro today. He checked it out. The active Australian might give up the day after tomorrow and so he goes into the Tour with skepticism.
  • tomorrow: The longest journey between Parma and Genova, with Paso del Boco on the way, where Water Weilandt lost his life, is on the first refugee paper. She goes up three times and also in the final is rarely level. This is something for Matthew van der Poel.

Winner’s response:

Alberto Dainese was of course happy with his first Grand Tour victory. “It feels great, especially so close to home. I can’t quite believe it yet, but I’m so happy.”

“We were going to Sis Bowl first, but he wasn’t feeling well. I tried to stay calm and in the end Romain Bardet, third in the standings, gave me the perfect lead.”

“I found the hole on the left and bypassed Gaviria. Great!”

  1. 4 pm. 53. Top 10:. 1. Dainese 2. Consonni 3. Gaviria 4. Démare 5. Ewan 6. Cavendish 7. Theuns 8. Modolo 9. Bauhaus 10. Naesen.
  2. 16 hours 51. How was the last kilometer? If we look (to redo) the last kilometer in detail, it is noticeable that Cavendish is completely back after the last corner. With Gaviria in his cupboard, Demari continued to actively work, but did not continue his efforts. The Colombian looked like he was on his way to victory, but Dainese still hovered over her like a little devil out of the box. & nbsp; Demari is only fourth, Ewan fifth and Cavendish sixth. †
  3. 16 hours 49 Match ends
  4. 4:49 pm Ballerini Cavendish led at the perfect moment, but the Briton isn’t fast enough. †
  5. 16 hours 48. FDJ does it again perfectly for Démare. Will he finish it for the third time? †
  6. last kilometer. Under this canvas, de Bondt’s story ended after all. We get a royal race. † 16 h 48.
  7. 16 hours 48. De Bond has not yet been caught in the penultimate kilometer. Will he stand up? †
  8. 4 p.m. 47. Fast pace and FDJ ahead anyway. A little later, Ewan is already at Demir’s wheel. He also has to sit there if he finally wants to hit the target in that gyro. †
  9. 4:45 pm They don’t bother at all in the peloton. No claim control team. †
  10. 4 pm. 44. The trains of runners’ bands run gradually on the railways. 5 km further. †
  11. 4 pm 42. De Bondt does not give up easily. The former Belgium champion still has 22secs, although it looks like he could go faster in the peloton. †
  12. 16 hours 40. De Bondt’s adventure is almost over, 8 kilometers to the end, he still has 16 inches.
  13. 4 pm 39. Who has a chance today? Let’s take a look at the contenders for a stage victory, if it comes to sprints: Swift (Ineos), Vendrame (AG2R), Bauhaus (Bahrain), Modolo (Bardiani), Démare (FDJ), Ewan (Lotto-Soudal), Cavendish ( Quick Step), Theon (Trek), Consone (Covidis), Nizulu (Israel), Paul/Dainese (DSM) and Gaviria (UAE). †
  14. Bondt is running out again. De Bundt walks a little further. For a moment it seemed that the peloton passed him 20 km from the finish, but now the lead is again 33 “… 16 hours 34.
  15. 16 hours 26. Last 20 km. De Bundt still has 20 kilometers to go. Leading it: 20 sec. He fights for every meter against the peloton, who controls everything with precision. †
  16. Located. The background noise as the crashes of Cimolai (Cofidis) and Bayer (Alpecin) take some time. They both get back on their bikes. † 4 AD 15.
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