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Groenewegen wins the Three-day Bruges-De Panne, Dutch is the quickest in royal sprint

Cycling Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo-Visma) has the Three-day Bruges-De Panne won. The rider of the Jumbo-Visma was the fastest in a sprint ahead of Fernando Gaviri

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Groenewegen wins the Three-day Bruges-De Panne, Dutch is the quickest in royal sprint
Cycling Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo-Visma) has the Three-day Bruges-De Panne won. The rider of the Jumbo-Visma was the fastest in a sprint ahead of Fernando Gaviria (UAE Team Emirates) and Elia Viviani (Deceuninck-Quick-Step). Jonas Van Genechten (Vital Concept) was with his seventh place for the first Belgian.

Since last year, the Three day on one day driven. Start did the peloton on the market in Bruges. Through a short hill section, with the Kemmelberg as the headsman 115 kilometres from the end, drove the peloton towards The Breakdown, where the two rounds of 25 kilometers, gathering.

the breakaway of The day consisted of six riders which three Belgians: Stan Dewulf (Lotto-Soudal), Jimmy Janssens (Corendon-Circus) and Senne Leysen (Roompot-Charles) reason together with the German Jasha Sütterlin (Movistar), Dutchman Mathijs Paasschens (Wallonie-Bruxelles) and the Frenchman Adrien Garel (Vital Concept) almost the entire day in the lead.

In the hill section, with the Kemmelberg as the executioner, drove a group of five a few miles away. Notable name in that group: Fernando Gaviria. He got Edward Theuns (Pull-Segafredo), Luke Pöstlberger (BORA-Hansgrohe), Danny Van Poppel (Jumbo-Visma)and Marco Haller (Katusha) in his wake. The group cycled a lead of a minute together on the peloton, but it was after the hill section was quickly re-apprehended. Also, The Nuts did not spectacle. The lack of wind was the spoilsport.

from a fall on a road narrows was the pack thinned out. Pascal Ackermann, the second of last year, was one of the victims. Also Jens Keukeleire (Lotto-Soudal), Chris Lawless (Team Sky) and José Rojas (Movistar) layers there. Deceuninck-Quick-Step and Team Sky led into the final kilometres of the dance in the peloton. Elia Viviani could be in a seat to his sprint start, but Groenewegen came from far look impressive. Also, Gaviria had to be more recognize in the Dutch spurtbom that his fifth of the season won. The Amsterdammer wrote earlier this month, two stages in Paris-Nice to his name. In February won Groenewegen a stage in the Tour of Algarve and a stage in the Tour of Valencia. Jonas Van Genechten was third and was the first Belgian.

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