The Spanish in the Giro: Pello Bilbao got into the finish

The Bahrain rider was with the best on the demanding climb in Agrigento to finish ninth. In the general it rises to 14th position. It will go in stages.

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The nine Spaniards from the Giro were present on the first day online of this edition. Pello Bilbao is shown as the main national asset to opt, at least, for stage victories and a place of honor in the general. The Basque got into the finish today among the best and achieved a good top-ten.

This is how the Spaniards did in the second stage of the Giro

Pello Bilbao (9th): The one from Bahrain was with the best in the demanding final level in Agrigento. In the general he is already 14th and will be the great asset of the team.

Antonio Pedrero (35th): He also held out in the peloton that entered after the first four classified.

Sergio Samitier (41º): The Aragonese from Movistar also entered the main group. It is another of the strengths of the squad to go to in stages.

Dani Navarro (51st): In the final part of the peloton after the ascent that decided the stage.

Víctor de la Parte (55º): Almost closing the main group after a good job during the day.

Héctor Carretero (89th): More than a minute and a half behind Ulissi. The Movistar from Albacete will fight to be seen in the Mountain. Etna, first option this Monday.

Jonathan Castroviejo (156th): He did his job protecting Thomas and the momentary leader Ganna on a good day for Ineos.

Albert Torres (157º): He arrived with the Basque. A hard finish for his qualities, as he is more of a sprinter.

Óscar Rodríguez (164th): Bad fortune for Astana in this Giro. Superman left in the first stage, Vlasov in the second and the Navarrese punctured at the end. It will be key to Fuglsang's options.



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