The Spaniards in the Giro: Dani Navarro ended up in the hospital

The Katusha Spaniard was involved in the montonera and abandoned the race. Mikel Landa was also affected in the final crash. Lost 46 ".


The fourth stage of the Giro broke all the forecasts. A crash in the absence of six kilometers broke the race, as there was a montonera in the peloton. Dani Navarro was the most affected of the Spanish. He had to be transferred to the hospital and could not finish the stage, being the first Spanish abandonment in this edition. Mikel Landa, who in the first instance saved the montonera, had a mishap later in the group of the head. Bad luck for the vitoriano, who this time left 44 seconds with his teammate Carapaz, winner of the day.

That's how the Spaniards went in the 4th stage of the Giro d'Italia 2019:

Víctor de la Parte (24º): el Vitoriano has a great Giro so far, attentive and in this case he was able to save the montonera. Down one position in the general and is now 11th, 1:10 of Roglic.

Mikel Snow (29th) : tremendous gregarious for Simon Yates, who drove to the front after the incident.

Pello Bilbao (31st): faithful squire of Superman López, reached the finish line after protecting his partner. In general it falls three places and it is 12º.

Mikel Landa (32º) : it was left 44 seconds. He saved the first montonera, but he had another mishap later when he was with the favorites. It is 1:49 of the Slovenian leader.

Jose Joaquín Rojas (50º) : with Carapaz in front, he was attentive at all times to Landa, being a great support for the vitoriano.

Rubén Plaza (107º): saved the stage, reaching more than 5 minutes from Carapaz, and luckily without problems after the montonera.

Fran Ventonoso (108º): arrived at the wheel of Rubén Plaza. He was during the day supporting De la Parte.

Lluís Mas (133º) : he worked during the day in the sections in which the Movistar pulled the group.

Markel Irízar: (139º): reached the finish seven minutes in a complicated day for the veteran Spanish runner.

Hector Carretero (141º): was also important at the time Movistar pulled the group, trying to get well placed their leaders.

Antonio Pedrero (145º): came to more than nine minutes from his partner Carapaz. Good work of Movistar, fogging for the slight loss of time of Mikel.

Ion Izagirre (152º): was involved fully in the montonera. Luckily he reached the finish line, now we will have to see his state.

Juan José Lobato (172º) : he was the last to enter the finish line that today could be adapted to his qualities, but the montonera changed everything. I arrive at 18 'of Carapaz.

Dani Navarro (abandonment): bad luck for the Asturian, who was one of the most affected of the fall and I had to be transferred to the hospital. So far your Giro d'Italia. Hopefully it recovers as soon as possible.



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