Greg Van Avermaet had pre-set his sights on the third drive in Valencia. “I have seen that it is something for me. A solid profile, the whole time on and off, and an awkward arrival,” was the. And as he had. The olympic champion went into the sprint from the top of the head, the rapid Matteo Trentin could then ‘Golden Greg’ at no time be accelerated.
Luis Léon Sanchez had to settle with the third place, Alejandro Valverde was fourth. The Norwegian Edvald Boasson Hagen, who was fourteen, was, retained the leader's jersey. He won Wednesday, the openingsetappe. Dylan Teuns finished seventeenth. The Limburger stands as the third recorded in the general classification.
Also Saturday, wait for the riders in the Tour of Valencia, a hilly stage. Sunday ends the race. Then we know the successor of Valverde.
#VCV2019 Greg van Avermaet (CCC) gana la 3ª etapa de la @VueltaCV and Chera por delante de Trentin (MTS, 2º), Sánchez (AST, 3º) y @alejanvalverde, 4º y sin perder un solo segundo and meta. pic.twitter.com/yVRs8lF4QnMovistar Team(@ Movistar_Team) link
This is what we love to see! Team celebrations at the finish line