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Today’s Stage Record

16.18 LIVE LIVE written ends here. Thank you all for joining us and enjoying the rest of the day!

16.14 In the general classics, Leo Hayter remains the first without problems. According to Romain Gregoire with a delay of 5’44”.

16.12 4th German Felix Engelhart (Tirol KTM Cycling Team) and 5th Belgian Linert van Eetvelt (Loto-Sudal).

16.11 The Israeli rider defeated the Norwegian Anders Foldager (Biesse – Carrera) and the French Romain Grégoire (Groupama-FDJ).

16.09 Canadian Riley Becquerel wins!

16.07 Here we are: the last kilometer!

16.05 Vincent Van Hemelen (Lotto Soudal) attempts to escape, but the group immediately brings him back.

16.04 3 km to the end! Pay attention to the slightly grueling end.

16.03 There are about 30 in the pink shirt set. At 11″ many other riders.

16.01 Compressed Pink Jersey Set! So I also recovered the last four fugitives.

16.00 In the collection there is clearly the pink jersey of Leo Hayter (Hagens Bermann Axion).

15.59 These are the riders who stayed behind in the breakaway: Melici, de Cassin, Watson and Petrucci.

15.59 The group lost several items after the fall. 6km from the finish 4 remained in the lead with only a 5 inch advantage.

15.57 fall into the group! The main platoon is slightly divided in depth.

15.55 Two hours into the race the average was 44.6 km/h.

15.55 kilometers to the finish!

15.53 However, the tread is trying to do this to the end.

15.50 15 km to the end.

15.48 The main platoon is now 12″ of the Fugitive Group which, as we remember, consists of Mattia Petrucci (Colback Balan), Lorenzo Melici (Team DSM), David Di Brito (Zalve Euromobile Fiore), Samuel Watson (Groupama- FDJ), Niccol Borati and David de Cassin (Friuli Cycling Team), Jill Gilders (Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB).

15.46 km to the end!

15.45 The group is getting closer and closer. The fugitives remained 20 seconds.

15.43 The men of Israel also reached the head of the group.

15.40 The treads now have an advantage of only 26 inches.

15.39 km to the end!

15.36 The group has significantly increased their pace and is now 40 inches of fugitives.

15.32 At this point, Team Qhubeka and the Tudor Pro Cycling Team are assisting Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè on top of the group.

15.28 The seven fugitives remained fine. Mattia Petrucci (Coleback Blanc), Lorenzo Melici (Team DSM), David Di Brito (Zalve Euromobile Fiore), Samuel Watson (Groupama-FDJ), Nicolo Boratti and David Di Cassin (Team Friuli Cycling), Jill Gilders (Pingual Bowles Sauce WB) )) You still have 1’17” of margin in the group.

15.24 On top of the group, Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè continues to set the pace. The seven threads are at 1’09”.

15.20 There’s less than 40 km to get to the finish line and in the meantime the Runaways’ advantage has risen to 1’12”.

15.17 The Fugitive Advantage is still declining. At km 59 of the race, the main platoon is at 1’05 inches of tread.

15.12 Thanks to the increased frequency of the boys from Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè, the group gained 20″ compared to the split.

15.08 After 51km of the race, the seven leaders have a 1’32” advantage over the group. We Remember Who Made Today’s Breakup: Mattia Petrucci (Collback Balan), Lorenzo Melici (Team DSM), David Di Brito (Zalve Euromobil Fiore), Samuel Watson (Groupama-FDJ), Niccol Boratti, David Di Cassin (cycling team Friuli) , Jill Gilders (Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB).

15.04 Here is today’s escape picture:

15.00 Just under 55 km to reach the end.

14.59 The Seven Leaders now have a 1’28” advantage over the group.

14.56 The average after the first hour of the race was 44.9 km/h.

14.53 Giovanni Bortoluzzi (Work Service Vitalcare Vega) was taken up instead by the group.

14.52 Mattia Petrucci (Coleback Balan), Lorenzo Melici (Team DSM), David Di Brito (Zalve Euromobile Fiore), Samuel Watson (Groupama-FDJ), Nicolo Borati and Davide Di Cassin (Team Friuli Cycling), Gilles Gilders (Pingual Paulus Suces) WB) slightly increased their progress. After 40 km, the group is actually at 1’20”.

14.50 Now the road will not present much difficulties. But pay attention to the last kilometers, which will be a little daunting.

14.45 The Seven Leaders now have a 1’15 advantage over the group. 36 km were covered.

14.41 So he lost contact with the leading group Giovanni Bortoluzzi (Work Service Vitalcare Vega).

14.39 At the moment there are seven in the lead for the race. There’s Mattia Petrucci (Coleback Balan), Lorenzo Melici (Team DSM), David Di Brito (Zalve Euromobil Fiore), Samuel Watson (Groupama-FDJ), Nicolo Borati and David de Cassin (Team Friuli Cycling), Gilles Gilders (Pingual Bowls) Sauces WB)

14.36 Davide De Pretto takes first place at the Castionetto Grand Prix. Directly behind Lorenzo Melici second and Samuel Watson third.

Covered 14.34 km 30 km.

14.30 The first pursuers are behind them at 20″. At 45″ there are other riders, while the main group is about 1″.

14.29 The group split into different sections on the climb that leads to Castionetto GPM. In front of everyone is now Mattia Petrucci (Colpac Balan), Lorenzo Melici (Team DSM), David Di Brito (Zalve Euromobil Fiore), Samuel Watson (Groupama-FDJ), Niccol Boratti, David Di Cassin (CT Friuli), Giovanni Bortoluzzi (Work Service). Vitalcare Vega) and Gil Gelders (Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB).

14.23 “So far the Giroud has been very difficult, especially after yesterday’s stage. Today’s stage cannot be underestimated at all because I have a clear premonition that we will start too strong and therefore there is a risk of holes. So in today’s stage we will try to defend ourselves and if things go well we will try achieve a result. These are the words of Edoardo Laino (Rostese) this morning to mics By bike.

14.19168 cyclists still racing.

14.16 Currently, no one has been able to escape from the group. The contestants have already covered a distance of 20 km.

14.08 This is the comment of Lorenzo Galimberti (Interregional Team) this morning: “I like short climbs better, not like yesterday, it is not suitable for me. The dream is to pass among the great protagonists. We will see how the next seasons go” (source: By bike)

14.05 “Certainly this is the closest station home. We were not ready for yesterday’s stage. The first class of GPM was very challenging and it went as it is. We will try to be champions in some rifts and look for some stage wins.” These are the words of Francesco Galimberti (Interregional Team) before today’s departure to the microphones By bike.

13.55 The contestants have started! Good fun!

13.50 These are the top 20 overall ratings:

1) Leo Hayter (Great Britain)
2) Romain Gregoire (France) + 5’48”
3) Lennert Van Eetvelt (Belgium) + 5’56”
4) Robin Thompson (New Zealand) +6’48”
5) Lenny Martinez (France) +6’48”
6) William Jr Lyserve (Belgium) +6’48”
7) Hannes Welksch (Germany) +7’30”
8) Oscar Only (Great Britain) +7’30”
9) Harold Martin López Granizo (Ecuador) +7’41”
10) Felix Engelhart (Germany) +7’56”
11) Mason Holleman (Great Britain) +8’28”
12) Toon Clynhens (Belgium) +8’28”
13) Fernando Tercero Lopez (Spain) +8’29”
14) Davide Piganzoli (Italy) + 8’55”
15) Petr Kelemen (Czech Republic) +10’26”
16) Negasi Haylu Abreha (Ethiopia) +10’27”
17) Matthew Richetillo (USA) +10’27”
18) Edgar Andrés Pinzon Villalba (Colombia) +11’18”
19) Marcel Camproby-Biguan (Spain) +14’44”
20) Darren Rafferty (Ireland) +14’44”

13.45 Today’s stage includes 101.1 kilometers from Chiuro to Chiavenna. We’ll start with a downhill stretch, then we’ll have the only big difficulty of the day, the Class 2 GPM at Castionetto (2.2 km at 7.2%). After the pass you will descend for a few kilometers. It will follow over 50 km on the plains before arriving in Chiavina which will be a bit uphill. Today’s stage will most likely be decided by a quick sprint, but beware of potential actions from afar.

13.40 He will start again from yesterday’s crushing victory for the pink jersey Leo Hayter (Hagens Bermann-Axeon). The Briton took off in the final part of the break with their arrival in Santa Caterina Valfurva and cemented his first position in the general classification.

13.35 Today’s departure is set at 13:50.

13.30 Hello everyone and welcome to the live broadcast of the fourth stage of the Giro d’Italia U23 2022!

Hello everyone and welcome to the live broadcast of the fourth stage of the Giro d’Italia U23 2022! Will resume from yesterday’s landslide victory in Leo Haiter pink jersey (Hagens Bermann Axion). The British set out for the final part of the break with their arrival at Santa Caterina Valfurva And consolidated his first position in the overall standings.

Today’s stage includes 101.1 km from Chioro to Chiavina. We’ll start with a downhill stretch, then we’ll have the only big difficulty of the day, This is the second class GPM from Castionetto (2.2 km by 7.2%).

After the pass you will descend for a few kilometers. It will follow over 50 km on the plains before arriving in Chiavina which will be a bit uphill. Today’s stage will most likely be decided by a quick sprint, but beware of potential actions from afar.

OA Sport will bring you a live broadcast of the fourth stage of the Giro d’Italia U23 2022! Follow us starting at 13:30 so you don’t miss even a moment of the day’s break.

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