Aberasturi remains leader in Hungary despite suffering a fall

The Basque from Caja Rural fell to the ground in the second stage, ending in Hajduszoboszlo, where the Italian from CCC Mareczko won.


Spanish Jon Aberasturi (Caja Rural) will continue to lead the general classification of the Tour of Hungary, despite suffering a fall this Sunday in the final kilometers of the second stage. An accident that prevented the Vitorian, who already won the sprint on the first day, from fighting for the stage victory, which was for the Italian Jakub Mareczko (CCC) .

"The attitude of the boys is being very positive. Yesterday everyone worked for Jon in search of victory and today everyone has turned to tuck him in. In the absence of confirming the damage from today's fall, I'm sure he is in good condition. to keep fighting, "said the director of Caja Rural, Rubén Martínez, in statements released by the team.

Without the presence of Aberasturi, the victory in the stage, with a completely flat profile and 158 kilometers of route between the towns of Debrecen and Hajduszoboszlo, corresponded to the Italian Mareczko (CCC), ahead of his compatriots Matteo Moschetti (Trek-Segafredo), second, and Luca Pacioni (Androni), third.

Aberasturi will start the third stage of the Magyar round, which will be held this Monday between Karcag and Nyiregyhaza with a route of 180 kilometers, with a five-second advantage in the classification over the Hungarian Andras Szamarty (Hungarian National Team), who won the second place thanks to the bonuses achieved throughout the day.

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