A claim leaves Barbero without success; won Cimolai

Movistar Carlos Barbero's runner from Burgos fulfilled the predictions but a subsequent sanction relegated him. Cimolai, winner and new leader of the race.

The Italian runner Davide Cimolai (Israel Cycling Academy) has finished taking the first stage of the XXXIV Tour of Castilla y León in which initially had been imposed Carlos Barbero (Movistar), after ruling the technical jury has ruled that made an irregular maneuver and has sanctioned him to the fifth position.

Although the claim had departed from Euskadi-Murias, his runner involved in the arrival in Castrojeriz (Burgos), Enrique Sanz, had to settle for second place since the Italian cyclist had not committed any irregularity nor had he benefited from the maneuver sanctioned to Barbero.

In this way, the stage between the towns of Burgos of Belorado and Castrojeriz, of 181 kilometers, the longest of this edition, took the first controversy to the race.

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