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GIRO’22 Stage 13: Triple Win Démare!


Giro Stage 13 Race Report: The four-man break of the day seemed like they may go all the best way to the end in Cuneo, however the peloton timed the chase completely and caught them 700 metres earlier than the finish-line. French fast-man, Arnaud Démare, took his third stage win of this Giro d’Italia.


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Stage 13 final Ok

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A more than pleased Arnaud Démare

Arnaud Démare received the thirteenth stage of the Giro d’Italia. After a number one group with 4 had been caught within the final kilometre, the French chief of the Groupama-FDJ staff took his third Giro’22 victory in Cuneo in a bunch dash. Phil Bauhaus was second, Mark Cavendish third. Juan Pedro López completed with the peloton and stored the pink chief’s jersey.

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The hero of stage 12 – Stefano Oldani

The Route:
After tackling one single climb, the Colle di Nava, within the first a part of the route, the stage takes a protracted experience by way of the Cuneo plain. On the best way up the Colle di Nava, the route passes by way of quite a few well-lit tunnels. As quickly because the stage hits the lowlands, the primary obstacles might be ones usually present in city areas. The house straight is on a slight incline.

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Last kilometres
The ultimate kilometres are on large, straight and well-paved city roads, with a number of roundabouts alongside the route. On the entrance of the outdated city, the riders will experience on flagstone for 800 metres, earlier than taking within the final km. The house straight has a median 2.5% gradient.

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One other day in pink for Juan Pedro López in the beginning in Sanremo

The thirteenth stage began within the iconic (for street biking) end city of Milan-Sanremo – Sanremo. The peloton adopted the ultimate of La Classicissima in the wrong way, however the climbs of the Poggio and the Cipressa had been ignored. The route headed north to the Colle di Nava, the one critical climb of the day. The stage completed in Cuneo through the Po Valley, this might be the final likelihood for the sprinters for some the time.

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The flag drops for the beginning

The race began instantly with assaults from the peloton. A gaggle of seven rode away, however Groupama-FDJ, Arnaud Démare’s staff, was not glad and closed the hole. After about 10 kilometres a number one group of 5 riders was shaped and was allowed to get away: Julius van den Berg (EF Schooling-EasyPost), Pascal Eenkhoorn (Jumbo-Visma), Nicolas Prodhomme (AG2R Citroën), Filippo Tagliani (Drone Hopper) and Mirco Maestri (EOLO-Kometa).

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Leaving Sanremo, not ending there like Milano-Sanremo

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Break of the day: Pascal Eenkhoorn (Jumbo-Visma), Filippo Tagliani (Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli), Mirco Maestri (EOLO-Kometa) and Julius Van den Berg (EF Schooling-EasyPost)

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The peloton weren’t holding again

Tagliani, who’s concerned within the battle for the intermediate sprints and Fuga Bianchi classification, received the primary intermediate dash forward of Van den Berg and Eenkhoorn. When the street on the Colle di Nava began to climb, Tagliani was gone. The opposite 4 crossed the summit with a 6 minute lead. Eenkhoorn was first, forward of Prodhomme, Maestri and Van den Berg. The Giro misplaced Romain Bardet. The DSM French climber, fourth on the final classification, had been sick yesterday and was unable to proceed the race.

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The break labored effectively collectively – Would they go all the best way?

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The peloton by no means gave up the chase

The main group continued to work effectively collectively and because the kilometres ticked by, issues began to look increasingly longing for the foursome. At 40 kilometres from the end, the escape nonetheless had a 4 minute lead and it wasn’t going to be simple to carry them again. The sprinters’ groups continued to consider of their likelihood, however they needed to work laborious for it. Within the final 20 kilometres the wind additionally performed a job. The peloton cut up, with Richie Porte and Simon Yates, falling behind together with different riders. The battle for the stage victory can be thrilling, as a result of at 10 kilometres from the end the distinction had fallen to lower than 1 minute.

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The peloton needed to go ‘full fuel’

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And it was throughout for the break with 700 metres to go

Would the escapees make it, or will the victory go to a sprinter? Within the final 2 kilometres the 4 up entrance began to consider the victory and never everybody wished to take their activates the entrance. At 1.4 kilometres out, Van den Berg jumped away, however Eenkhoorn closed the hole with Maestri and Prodhomme on his wheel. Underneath the 1K banner they solely had 9 seconds, which wasn’t sufficient. Maestri made a final try, however the Italian was handed by the quick finishers with Démare taking his third 2022 Giro stage win.

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Démare was by far the strongest

Stage winner, Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ): “In some unspecified time in the future I began to doubt that we’d have the ability to catch the breakaway as a result of some parts of my staff had given every part they. They had been very dedicated truly. I’ve additionally had the sensation that I used to be cooked myself. Solely with 10km to go, I’ve began to consider it will be a dash end. I used to be on the restrict for sprinting. It’s distinctive to get yet one more win. Three is quite a bit. I received to know through the stage from the DSM that Romain Bardet had pulled out. It’s a pity, once we know what number of efforts are wanted to get into form for a Grand Tour and he was in an excellent form.”

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Giro’22 stage win quantity three for Démare

Maglia Rosa, Juan Pedro López (Trek-Segafredo): “To start with, it was OK and we didn’t climb colle de Nava very quick however within the second a part of the race, with the warmth, it was actually laborious. Tomorrow will probably be a special race. A more durable one with the climbs. I do know Superga from Milano-Torino. I don’t know what’s going to occur however I’ll give all of it to remain within the Maglia Rosa.”

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One other pink jersey for Juan Pedro

Giro d’Italia Stage 13 End result:
1. Arnaud Démare (Fra) Groupama-FDJ in 3:18:16
2. Phil Bauhaus (Ger) Bahrain-Victorious
3. Mark Cavendish (GB) Fast-Step Alpha Vinyl
4. Fernando Gaviria (Col) UAE Workforce Emirates
5. Alberto Dainese (Ita) DSM
6. Simone Consonni (Ita) Cofidis
7. Dries De Bondt (Bel) Alpecin-Fenix
8. Giacomo Nizzolo (Ita) Israel-Premier Tech
9. Andrea Vendrame (Ita) AG2R Citroën
10. Tobias Bayer (Aust) Alpecin-Fenix.

Giro d’Italia Total After Stage 13:
1. Juan Pedro López (Spa) Trek-Segafredo in 54:37:23
2. Richard Carapaz (Eu) INEOS Grenadiers at 0:12
3. João Almeida (Por) UAE Workforce Emirates
4. Jai Hindley (Aus) BORA-hansgrohe at 0:20
5. Guillaume Martin (Fra) Cofidis at 0:28
6. Mikel Landa (Spa) Bahrain-Victorious at 0:29
7. Domenico Pozzovivo (Ita) Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux at 0:54
8. Emanuel Buchmann (Ger) BORA-hansgrohe at 1:09
9. Pello Bilbao (Spa) Bahrain-Victorious at 1:22
10. Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar at 1:23.


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