Ewan wins the longest day and Conti continues to lead

The Australian premiered in this Giro after prevailing in Pesaro, after 239 kilometers, Viviani and Ackermann. This Sunday, decisive time of 34.8 km.

Perfectly a wheel of the Bora train and Pascal Ackermann, the most fit sprinter in this turn start, Caleb Ewan was intractable in the Pesaro volata. He won by power and placement by in front of Elia Viviani, who continues without wetting, and Ackermann, who strengthens the maglia ciclamino of points. The Australian Lotto Soudal, 24, reached its second victory in the Corsa Rosa, after Alberobello in 2017. It premiered in the big ones in the Vuelta 2015, in Alcalá de Guadaíra: "I only have three goals in the best scenarios, I was not selected for more appointments of three weeks (2018 did not run any, adds a Vuelta and three Giros). So I intend to increase the figure ".

El pelotón left without resistance to Marco Frapporti (Androni) and Damiano Cima (Vini Fantini), two day laborers of two invited teams. "They bring us to encourage the race in stages like this ... and to aspire to magnificent victories like that of Fausto Masnada in San Giovanni Rotondo", says Gianni Savio, manager of Androni. After eight very demanding days, marked by the extensive mileage and adverse weather, with cold and lots of rain, the riders of the Giro did not go out of their way in the 239-kilometer marathon on the eve of the vital time trial of San Marino.

. Twisted final of the longest day of this edition, Tony Gallopin criticized on Twitter before taking the exit: "Do you consider us circus animals? Why the need to put us in danger? ". The last attack of Vervaeke, Ciccone and Bidard never surpassed the barrier of 35 seconds of advantage, controlled by the equipment of the sprinters. So the first block of the Italian round will conclude this Sunday with the 11,111,141 season of 34.8 km, a magnificent opportunity for Primoz Roglic to extend differences in the fight for the pink.

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