How to watch the Tour Colombia 2.1 – live stream, TV, results

ZIPAQUIR COLOMBIA FEBRUARY 15 Arrival Sprint Juan Sebastian Molano Benavides of Colombia and UAE Team Emirates Yellow Points Jersey Alvaro Jose Hodeg Chagui of Colombia and Team Deceuninck Quick Step Jhonatan Restrepo Valencia of Colombia and Team Androni Giocattoli Sidermec Travis Mccabe of The United States and Team Israel Start Up Nation Colin Joyce of The United States and Team Rally Cycling Juan Francisco Rosales Hernandez of Mexico and Team Canels Pro Cycling Richard Carapaz of Ecuador and Team INEOS during the 3rd Tour of Colombia 2020 Stage 5 a 1805km stage from Paipa to Zipaquir TourColombiaUCI TourColombia2020 on February 15 2020 in Zipaquir Colombia Photo by Maximiliano BlancoGetty Images
Juan Sebastián Molano (UAE Team Emirates) sprints to a third win in five stages (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

The Tour Colombia 2.1 returned for its third edition this week, bringing with it the usual huge crowds of passionate fans, high-altitude racing, and top-quality start list. 

Sergio Higuita (EF Pro Cycling) holds the race lead into the final day, with his team winning the opening TTT and the 22-year-old triumphing on the uphill finish of stage 4. He leads teammate Dani Martínez by 12 seconds, while Juan Sebastián Molano of UAE Team Emirates has dominated the sprints, winning stages 2, 3 and 5.

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