@MaxRicheze or @quickstepteam wins stage 4 of @vueltasanjuanok #VueltaSJ2018 pic.twitter.com/2BFpRbUYGz
— World Cycling Stats (@wcstats) January 24, 2018
After the forfait of Vincenzo Nibali lost the Tour of San Juan a second (and last) star: Fernando Gaviria came in the fourth stage fall at about 70 kilometers from the finish, and the Colombian sprinter of Quick Step Floors got out of the course. Don’t worry: his Argentine teammate Maximiliano Richeze won thanks to good preparatory work of Iljo Keisse.
The fourth stage of the Tour of San Juan was one hour later than planned start because on the trail roads flooded after the storm and the great rain of the past night.
Fernando Gaviria example, about 70 kilometers from the finish line and fall, and the Colombian sprinter of Quick Step Floors got out of the course. He and two others were transferred for examination to the hospital of Valle Fertil, San Agustin. Gaviria would not be very injured, and came from it with fright, let the organization know.
Don’t worry: the Belgian team changed the rifle from the shoulder and his Argentine teammate Maximiliano Richeze won the stage thanks to good preparatory work of Iljo Keisse. Giacomo Nizzolo was second in the sprint, Matteo Pelucchi. The three were slightly separated about the line, as quickly they went.
The Italian Filippo Ganna remains the leader, Tiesj Benoot will slide on to the 8th place, 50 seconds of Ganna. Benoot pulled the sprint for Jens Keukeleire, who the seventh was.
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