Van der Poel triumphs before the final time trial

The Dutchman took the seventh stage on a tough circuit. There was Spanish protagonism. Simon Yates starts Monday's time with 16 "over Majka and 39" with Thomas.


Mathieu Van der Poel conquered the seventh stage of Tirreno Adriatico after being the great protagonist of the final circuit with hard walls like those of Recanati and Loreto. The Dutchman, who got into the cut of the day, attacked in the last kilometer for the Italian Fabbro (Bora), who was ahead, passed him and scored the second victory of the season after the Dutch championship that allows him to shine the jersey of your country.

One day in which there was Spanish protagonism, with Sergio Samitier (Movistar) also involved in the break, Alex Aranburu (Astana) achieving a creditable fifth place at the finish line and with another Movistar rider, Héctor Carretero, securing the leader's jersey of the mountain

There were no changes in the main positions of the general, which continues to command Simon Yates with 16 "on Majka and 39" on Geraint Thomas before the final stage this Monday, a 10 km time trial in the town that usually hosts the classic day decisive, San Benedetto del Tronto.

7th stage

1 M. Van Der Poel (PBa / Alpecin) 04H 19 ′ 23

2 R. Guerreiro (By / EF) at 4 ".

M. Fabbro (Ita / Bora) mt

4 W. Kelderman (PBa / Sunweb) at 9 ".

5 A. Aeanburu (Esp / Astana) at 10 ".


1 S. Yates (GBr / Mitchelton) 31h 56 ′ 02

2 R. Majka (Pol / Bora) at 16 ”.

G. Thomas (GBr / Ineos) at 39 ".

4 A. Vlasov (Rus / Astana) at 49 ".

5 F. Masnada (Ita / Deceuninck) at 57 ”.

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