The Irishman Sam Bennett of the Bora Bath, the third stage of the Dauphine, with great force won after a bunch sprint. Wout van Aert took a nice second place, which gave him the green points jersey poses. Dylan Teuns continues to be the leader in the overall standings.
After two high-strung openingsetappes got the pack on Tuesday with a quiet overgangsrit’s to choose from. Welcome, one day before the time trial on Wednesday in Summer. 177 km from Le Puy-en-Velay to the Hotel by way of four climbs of the fourth category, they were on the menu. And, just like in the last couple of days and had been in a bad situation to be completed include: rain and temperatures only just above ten degrees Centigrade, came out on the market.
The two riders were the measly not in their hearts, and went straight for the attack: Natnael Berhane (Cofidis), and Quentin Pacher (Vital Concept). The pack made no effort to make them get in the way and let the duo at a relatively steady pace in a four-minute drive. Halfway through the stage, started out Good-Bath (Sam Bennett) and the Bahrain-Merida, with Sonny Colbrelli in their sprint to the edge of the two leaders when it comes to a snack. Just 12 km from the finish line were, Natnael Berhane, and Quentin Pacher in mind for it.
Van Aert pretty in second behind a strong New
For the last twelve thousand meters, one long prelude to the new machtsontplooiing, from the Irish Sam Bennett. The leader of the Charge had been two fietslengtes the lead in the final sprint when he was on his stroll just achteromkeek, and saw none other than Wout van Aert is clever to have a second place in sprinting.
The yields Of the Aert and the green points jersey, after he and the white jersey for best young rider on the pocket. In the overall classification remains as a line in Dylan Teuns, who is Belgian, and is the leader.
On Wednesday get all the riders in the fourth stage is a hilly individual time trial from 26.1 km to choose from.
1. Sam Bennett
2. Wout van Aert
3. Davide Ballerini
4. Clément Venturini
5. Edward Theuns
6. Edvald Boasson Hagen
7. Young Hodeg
8. Jens Debusschere
9. Luka Mezgec
10. Bjorg Lambert
Check out all the results here.