In a colombian spurtduel on the Col de Turini took young Daniel Felipe Martínez a surprising victory in 7. stage of Paris-Nice.
the 22-year-old Martínez was advancing irresistibly from the portrait by Miguel Ángel López on the last few hundred metres and took his biggest triumph.
The colombian party was total, since the Teams Sky kæmpetalent Egan Bernal at the same time, took the yellow jersey from teammate Michal Kwiatkowski.
the third is also a colombianer in the shape of Nairo Quintana, while the second place is taken by the belgian, Philippe Gilbert. Bernal has respectively 45 and 46, seconds down to them.
A large group of almost 40 riders came off in an eruption, as the Sky had not interest in spending effort to retrieve.
The group had a lead of more than six minutes, and in front played the Danish Magnus Cort a big role that year for Miguel Ángel López.
About 23 kilometers from the target was the tank empty of hardworking Cort, so his colombian captain had to hunt for the victory on your own on the last mountain.
He sat in the finals on the last mile up to the target in La Bollène-Vésubie, along with Simon Yates, Nicolas Edet and Daniel Felipe Martínez.
The four attack each other on the shift all the time, and it was impossible to see who was the strongest.
On the last kilometers jerked Martínez, and only fellow countryman López could follow, but it was Education First-the rider who was strongest.
On the last 100 meters he moved again, and López could not sit with. Martínez was in goal eight seconds in front of López.
the Race ends Sunday with a stage in just 110 kilometers around Nice, but there are again six climbs on the menu.