Groenewegen sprint to victory in Great Britain, the Boom retains lead
Dylan Groenewegen Saturday the seventh stage in the Tour of Britain won. The Amsterdammer was the strongest in the bunch sprint. Lars Boom retained the leader’s jersey.
Groenewegen remained in the Australian Caleb Ewan, who already have three stages in the Tour of Britain, but just before. Ewan’s fellow countryman Brenton Jones finished third and Floris Gerts passed the ninth to the finish.
Earlier this week grip Groenewegen a number of times in addition to the stage win. So he was Monday, second behind Elia Viviani and he had Friday to settle for third place.
For the 24-year-old sprinter from team Lotto-Jumbo, it was his first victory since July the final stage in the Tour de France to his name, wrote.
Tree, which in the fifth stage, a double win was an individual time trial, came in the peloton over the finish line.
The 31-year-old rider of the Lotto-Jumbo has eight seconds ahead of Stefan Küng. The Swiss took the second place took over from Boom team-mate Victor Campenaerts, that on the nine count third state.
The seventh stage was as the queen’s stage and led the peloton is about 185 kilometres from Hemel Hempstead to Cheltenham. The stage was hilly, and at 8.9 km of the finish line was the top of Cleeve Hill, a steep climb of the second category.
Sunday is the last stage on the programme in the Uk. Then, the riders 180 kilometres from Worcester to Cardiff.