Nibali wins stage, Dumoulin saves Giro jersey

Nibali wins stage, Dumoulin saves Giro jersey

Nibali wins stage, Dumoulin saves Giro jersey

Two-time Giro d'Italia victor Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) bounced back from the race's third rest day to take a victory on the race's queen stage and move into third on the general classification.

The pink jersey holder had to make an extraordinary diversion to a roadside ditch for a toilet break.

Nibali, the two-time and defending champion who rides for Bahrain, held off Landa (Sky) in a two-up sprint to hand the hosts their first victory of the 100th edition.

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"I just have to be focussed and sharp on my food intake at the right moments, the right food, then I think we solve a lot of the problem". The legs were good and I feel like I could have been up there with the other GC riders, but that's not how it worked out.

An emergency call of nature has seen a desperately unlucky Tom Dumoulin lose a large chunk of his lead at the Giro d'Italia during a thrilling 16th stage. "I'm still in the "maglia rosa" but I'm very disappointed". Nibali moved into third overall, 1min 12sec off the lead.

Pozzovivo and Yates led out the sprint, but Jungels powered through to take the win by a bike length and dragged Quintana with him into second place.

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Nibali became the first Italian stage victor of the 100th edition of the Giro after beating Spaniard Mikel Landa in a two-way sprint in Bormio - but all eyes were on Dumoulin, whose overall lead was slashed to 31 seconds after an enforced comfort break ahead of the third and final climb.

Sunweb team leader Dumoulin and the chasing peloton crossed the line a handful of seconds later to allow the big Dutchman to maintain an overall lead of more than two and a half minutes on Movistar rival Quintana before the race's third and final rest day Monday.

"I don't know, it's hard to say", said Dumoulin, when asked if he was angry. I could have easily been with Nibali and Quintana, I just lost it because I had a problem.

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Nibali was the day's chief aggressor, attacking on both the ascent and descent of the final climb, but he was unable to pull away and now needs a remarkable final week if he is to win the Giro for a third time. I got on the wheel of Pozzovivo, I started the sprint at a good moment and it was ideal. Looking ahead we still have a time trial in Milan and over the coming days we have more good opportunities for Tom'.

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