Gaviria claims his 3rd Giro stage win, Dumoulin keeps lead

Gaviria claims his 3rd Giro stage win, Dumoulin keeps lead

Gaviria claims his 3rd Giro stage win, Dumoulin keeps lead

Italy s two-time and defending champion Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain), who saw teammate Franco Pellizotti crash but get back on his bike, remains fifth overall at 2:47 as the contenders for the "maglia rosa" look forward to two days of comparative rest on stages 12 and 13, which are more suited to sprinters.

Costa, the reigning Abu Dhabi Tour champion, completed the 161 kilometre Firenze to Bagno Di Romagna stage in four hours, 23 minutes and 14 seconds, narrowly missing out to stage victor Omar Fraile of Team Dimension Data.

"I'm not the best sprinter of this Giro", Gaviria said.

Despite his significant advantage following victory in the 10th stage time trial on Tuesday, Dumoulin had to rely on his team to chase down and control a number of attacks.

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Following his victory, Gaviria said: "I was anxious when my lead out man Maximiliano Richeze had a flat tyre because the peloton was riding very fast at that point".

The Carrick-on-Suir man is still searching for his maiden grand tour win, which given this kind of form, can't be too far away as he once again mixed it with some of the sport's fastest competitors.

"To be honest, this year, it's not a hard question at all", Greipel, who won stage two, told Cycling Weekly about the decision to leave. "The Tour de France is not in my programme, so I can back off and think of the Vuelta a España".

Quick-Step's Gaviria burst clear at the end of the Giro's longest stage to claim his third win ahead of Jakub Mareczko (Wilier-Triestina) and Ireland's Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe).

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Other contemporary sprinters also struggled in their grand tour debuts. "Bauke Mollema (Netherlands / Trek) +2:38" 4.

Surprisingly, Gaviria takes a rather unorthodox view of mountain stages to manage the stress. "I think that women's MMA is very mainstream".

"From now on, I'll take it day by day and see how long I can keep this jersey", said Fraile. That's why I'm here, and I hope I can make the sprints a bit more interesting.

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