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Owain Doull makes the first victory of Team Sky, after failing stunt with team mate Luke Rowe in Herald Sun Tour

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The Brit Owain Doull (Team Sky) Friday, the third stage in the Herald Sun Tour (Aus/2.1) won. The Canadian Michael Woods (EF Education First) retains the leader’s jersey.

The 25-year-old Doull came along with his team mate and compatriot Luke Rowe on the measure after 161,3 km between Sale and Warragul. The duo of Sky, together in the lock, escaped from a group of nine riders, was at the finish line 29 seconds ahead of the Australian, Liam White, that the stage completed.

In the state continues to Michael Woods, the nineteenth was the leader. The Canadian has four seconds ahead of Australian Richie Porte. The Frenchman Kenny Elissonde follows at 27 seconds.

The fourth stage will take the peloton on Saturday about 128,8 km from Cape Schanck to Arthurs Seat. The Herald Sun Tour ends on Sunday in Melbourne.

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