The Spanish in the Giro: Pello Bilbao keeps the second

The Bahrain rider continues to be in second place overall. Pedrero remains the best Movistar in the Italian race.

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The Spanish runners took advantage of a relatively calm day before the arrival of the mountain, which will be in a few days. Pello Bilbao maintains second place in the general classification achieved yesterday.

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

Pello Bilbao (23rd): attentive throughout the day to avoid any kind of mishap. Follow second in the general classification. He has good legs coming from the Tour.

Sergio Samitier (33rd): endured in the group of favorites, and reached the goal with them. He's having a good first few days of Giro.

Jonathan Castroviejo (46th): is gaining importance within an Ineos that has been orphaned after the loss of Geraint Thomas.

Antonio Pedrero (69th): remains the best Movistar in the general classification ahead of his teammate Samitier. Last of the main group arrived.

Dani Navarro (75th): he got carried away in the last kilometers and ended up losing more than a minute. Keep waiting for the opportunity to hunt a stage.

Víctor de la Parte (83º): still does not show his head too much, waiting for the right opportunity. He lost a minute and a half.

Óscar Rodríguez (98th): with the losses of Astana, he has to be an important man to help Fugslang. Today he fulfilled his task of gregarious, and he let himself be carried away at the end of the stage.

Héctor Carretero (140º): after having real chances of victory yesterday, the Movistar man dedicated himself this Thursday to resting his legs.

Albert Torres (147º): after working in the first bars of the day, he let go. Crossed the finish line seven minutes behind.



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