Gaviria wins in Orbetello after the disqualification of Viviani

The Italian won the sprint, but was disqualified for changing the trajectory and touching with Moschetti. Carapaz gave 46 seconds.


From Germany champion to champion of Italy. Pascal Ackermann, winner of the first sprint of the Giro of 2019 in Fucecchio, launched the volata too early, failed to hold his powerful speed point and was amontado by Elia Viviani in Orbetello. However, the victory of Viviani (it was to become his sixth in the Corsa Rosa) the he inherited Fernando Gaviria (fifth for him): the velocista of the Deceuninck modified his career and he touched with Matteo Moschetti, who presented with the Trek a claim to the judges. And it prospered.

Richard Carapaz, fourth of 2018 and this year to the service of Mikel Landa, it was cut by a breakdown ... and a montonera to five kilometers of the goal deprived him of contact with the peloton. Lost 46 seconds compared to the group of favorites: "A pity, although the plans do not change in the squad. We will work for Mikel to finish as high as possible and my opportunity will come later ". The Alavés did not have difficulties in an extensive day of 220 km, nor did the rest of the candidates for the pink.

The day was animated by a Japanese . The Nippo-Vini Fantini, Italian license team with sponsorship and interests in Japan, included two Japanese runners in their lineup: Hiroki Nishimura and Sho Hatsuyama. Nishimura came out of control in the opening time, which caused his squad from the start to occupy a place that perhaps deserved another higher level cyclist. Hatsuyama escaped alone on the way to Orbetello, so at least he justified his presence in Italy as soon as he could and offered visibility to the Nippo-Vini Fantini, invited to the Giro by the organization.



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