flash! There was only one man in the picture at the Tour of Hungary today: Fabio Jacobsen
In a rainy battle of attrition, the sprinters’ teams dominated a harmless early breakaway, after which every famous fastman had his sprint train ahead of him in the close kilometres.
The DSM team turned out to be the strongest at the end and Dutchman Casper van Oden was the first to sprint, but from the background emerged the stunning Jacobsen in his third win of the season.
The German Phil Bauhaus and our compatriot, 22-year-old Vito Praet, were allowed to sit on the stage. Tipo Nice He moved into sixth place, the Australian Caleb Evan The seventh came.
In the general classification, Jacobsen takes over the lead from Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen, winner of the opening stage.
Today, the stage has been rocked again by the massive crash, but there is no news yet on the main casualties (for now).
On Wednesday, preparations for the sprint were also surprised by a crash by Colombian Egan Bernal, but the former Tour winner was able to start again the next day.
Unlike fellow Australian Luke Plapp, who was the victim of a mild concussion.
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