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Continued coverage of the stage 14 time trial

2020 Giro d'Italia stage 14

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We've missed McNulty put in a stunning ride to third at the finish. He finished 1:09 down on Ganna and will gain places today.

Meanwhile, João Almeida is having a great ride too. He's fourth at the second checkpoint and should gain time on all of his GC rivals.

Vincenzo Nibali had a slow start but is gaining on many of his rivals.

Kelderman has swept through with a time of 31:33 though. He's positioning himself as a big GC favourite here.

Nibali comes to the finish. His time of 45:34 is good for 20th so far.

McNulty has gained 1:45 on Nibali though. The young American lay 11th at 2:45 behind Almeida at the start of the day. He's going leap right up the standings.

Pozzovivo heads to the finish now. It's a good time for the Italia, who looks to be in the form of his life in this Giro d'Italia.

The flea from Policoro sheds just seven seconds to Nibali. A top ride from the NTT man.

Here's a look at Almeida out on course. He's set to gain on every GC man but McNulty today.

Pello Bilbao races to the line. His time of 45:33 puts him a second up on Nibali. 

A reminder that Bilbao's 20th place is 2:53 down on Ganna's stunning stage-winning ride.

44:27 for Kelderman at the line, good for eighth place. That's a minute-plus on his rivals Nibali, Fuglsang, Pozzovivo and the rest.

Just Almeida to finish now, and he's going to take time on everyone including Kelderman.

Almeida finishes with a time of 44:11, sixth on the stage. We expected him to take time and he's duly done so. A great ride from the youngster.

A third stage win for Filippo Ganna today, though. Another dominant ride by the Italian.

Here's what Ganna had to say after the finish...

Today Almeida gained 16 seconds on Kelderman, 1:06 on Majka, 1:22 on Bilbao, 1:23 on Nibali, 1:30 on Pozzovivo, 1:42 on Fuglsang. He'll be very happy with that.

Here's a look at the new overall standings.

That's a seven-place leap for McNulty. Majka gains two places, while Masnada gains one.

With the summit finish of Piancavallo coming up tomorrow, we'll no doubt see a number of those names go on the offensive against Almeida and Kelderman. 

Here's what Almeida had to say after today's stage, in any case...

You can head here to check out the live coverage for much of the stage. Unfortunately an ill-timed problem on our end prevented us from updating it for the finale.

Our full stage 14 report is up now. Read it here.

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