Tour de France: Second win for Ewan on stage 16 in Nimes

Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) came from behind to take his second stage victory of the 2019 Tour de France, beating Elia Viviani (Deceuninck-QuickStep) and Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo-Visma) in a high-speed sprint in Nîmes.

Deceuninck-QuickStep took control of the sprint in the final 500 metres just before a late roundabout, giving Viviani a clean run to the line. Ewan was further back but not concerned and clearly confident of his sprinting ability. He opted to start his sprint early, anticipating Groenewegen and Alexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates) to come up alongside Viviani. The Italian had the best line along the barriers, but Ewan had more speed in his aero tuck and came down the middle of the road to win by half a bike length.

Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) enjoyed a relatively quiet but hot day in the French canicule, where temperatures went up to 38°C. He finished safely in the peloton in 20th place and retained his race leader's yellow jersey. Geraint Thomas (Team Ineos) and Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) were not so lucky. The Welshman crashed mid-stage, suffering a bloody knee after his gears jammed, while the Dane went down later on and was forced to abandon the Tour de France.

"The final kilometres I was scared to crash," Alaphilippe admitted. "There was a lot of crashes, and I never want to crash, but especially when you are the leader of the race. I tried to take care in all the corners. In the end, we didn't win with Elia but it was a good day.

"Today was a really warm day on the bike but it's the same for everybody and you have to deal with it. For me, I put ice on my neck all day and I tried to drink a lot and not forget to eat."

Ewan admitted he had suffered during the stage but had some personal motivation to win. His win means he is the only sprinter to so far have won two stages in this year's Tour de France. The final sprint opportunity is expected to be on the Champs Elysees in Paris on Sunday.

"To be honest, I felt so bad today during the day. I think the heat really got to me. But I have extra motivation today because my wife and daughter are here. I'm so happy I could win for them. I said before it's a dream to be here, and it was such a big dream to win one stage. Now I've won two, I can't believe it," Ewan said proudly, going to explain the sprint.

"I had Jasper [De Buyst] on the front with Dylan [Groenewegen] on the wheel with one kilometre to go. QuickStep came past and I lost a few more positions than I wanted to. But I looked at this finish at the start of the day and played all the scenarios in my head. One of the scenarios was if I was too far back. I think if you watch, I lay off the wheel and really take a run at it and start sprinting before the rest of the guys. It worked.

How it happened

The riders lined up in the shade of centre of Nîmes, keen to stay cool in the high temperatures and scorching sun of the French summer heatwave.

Teams had prepared extra feeds, loaded extra bidons in team cars and lots of ice packs in preparation for the 177km loop north of Nîmes, and they used all of them during the stage. The largely flat profile meant it would surely be a day for sprinters, but everyone suffered in the heat.

The Tour's last visit to Nîmes was in 2014, when Kristoff took the spoils in a sprint. The enduring image of that day was of a distraught Jack Bauer slumped against a barrier after the finish. The New Zealander was on the offensive for 222km but was caught and passed by the sprinters in the finishing straight.

Despite the heat, there were more adventurers this time, and Alexis Gougeard (AG2R La Mondiale) and Stephane Rossetto (Cofidis) jumped away as soon as race director Christian Prudhomme dropped the flag and stage officially began. They were soon joined by Lukasz Wiśniowski (CCC Team), Paul Ourselin (Total Direct Energie) and Lars Bak (Dimension Data) to create the break of the day.

Their lead edged up to 1:35 as the thermometer hit 39°C. That slowed the pace of the break, and the peloton, with UAE Team Emirates, Lotto-Soudal and Jumbo-Visma riding tempo and leading the chase as their teammates constantly dropped back for bidons and ice. It was interesting that yellow jersey Alaphilippe and his Deceuninck-QuickStep team were not stationed at the very front, leaving the chase up to the other sprint teams, with Viviani suggesting they have done enough during this year's Tour to enjoy a day off.

In the shadow of the mighty Pont du Gard Roman aqueduct, the tempo stayed steady, but riders had little time to enjoy the views down the gorge.

The quiet of the French afternoon was broken with 131km to race when Thomas crashed in the peloton during a right-hand bend. The Welshman was the only rider to come down and later explained his gears jammed. He quickly got a bike change and began to chase before returning to the team car for treatment on a bloody left knee. This was Thomas' third crash of the Tour, following his fall on the opening stage in Brussels and another incident on the road to Saint-Etienne on stage 8.

The intermediate sprint came after 65km with Viviani winning the dash for sixth place behind the five breakaways and ahead of Michael Morkov, Sonny Colbrelli and an only half-bothered Sagan. The Bora-Hansgrohe leader seemed content to keep his points tally ticking over without expending unnecessary energy in the heat.

With 100 kilometres remaining, the five escapees led the peloton by 1:25, and the status quo remained as the riders passed through the feed zone, the stunning city of Arles and began to turn south into a slight headwind. The speed in the peloton rose gradually, as did the fear of stronger crosswinds, echelons, and attacks in the peloton. The lead of the break fell to below a minute as Tony Martin did long turns on the front for Jumbo-Visma.

The roads were exposed with 33km to go, and the pace lifted to 50kph, but there was not quite enough wind to spark echelons or splits in the peloton. However, the tension was palpable.

Fuglsang was the first victim of the nervousness when he crashed with several other riders in the shadows of the trees with 26km to go. He got up but was clearly in pain, with his left wrist his biggest worry. His teammates tried to encourage him to carry on but a race doctor did not agree and accompanied him to an ambulance. Fuglsang had fought back from a nasty stage 1 crash and was ninth overall but his Tour de France was suddenly over.

The break of the day refused to give in on the stunning country roads and gorges, the five working together in the hope the peloton would let the elastic snap in the heat. However, the gap came in the back of the peloton on the late climbs, with even Enric Mas (Deceuninck-QuickStep) dropped.

Roman Kreuziger (Dimension Data) suffered a late mechanical and took a bike from a teammate but would lose a minute, with Nairo Quintana (Movistar) also finishing in the same time. However, the abandon of Fuglsang meant he moved up to 12th overall.

The peloton finally caught the break with just 2.5km to go and it was sprint time. No one sprinter has dominated this year, and everyone fancied their chances, but the headwind finish made it difficult. Ewan got it right to take his second victory.

After Monday's rest day and Tuesday's flat stage, the Tour de France heads east to Gap on Wednesday and into the Alps for the decisive mountain stages. Stage 17 is exactly 200km long, with the late Col de la Sentinelle (5.2km at 5.4 per cent) the only real climb of the day. The high mountains come on Thursday with stage 18 over the Col de Vars, the Col d'Izoard and the Col du Galibier.

Full Results

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Caleb Ewan (Aus) Lotto Soudal3:57:08
2Elia Viviani (Ita) Deceuninck-QuickStepRow 1 - Cell 2
3Dylan Groenewegen (Ned) Team Jumbo-VismaRow 2 - Cell 2
4Peter Sagan (Svk) Bora-HansgroheRow 3 - Cell 2
5Niccolò Bonifazio (Ita) Total Direct EnergieRow 4 - Cell 2
6Michael Matthews (Aus) Team SunwebRow 5 - Cell 2
7Matteo Trentin (Ita) Mitchelton-ScottRow 6 - Cell 2
8Jasper Stuyven (Bel) Trek-SegafredoRow 7 - Cell 2
9Alexander Kristoff (Nor) UAE Team EmiratesRow 8 - Cell 2
10Andrea Pasqualon (Ita) Wanty-GobertRow 9 - Cell 2
11Jens Debusschere (Bel) Katusha-AlpecinRow 10 - Cell 2
12Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor) Dimension DataRow 11 - Cell 2
13Sonny Colbrelli (Ita) Bahrain-MeridaRow 12 - Cell 2
14Maximiliano Richeze (Arg) Deceuninck-QuickStepRow 13 - Cell 2
15André Greipel (Ger) Arkéa SamsicRow 14 - Cell 2
16Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg (RSA) Dimension DataRow 15 - Cell 2
17Oliver Naesen (Bel) AG2R La MondialeRow 16 - Cell 2
18Warren Barguil (Fra) Arkéa SamsicRow 17 - Cell 2
19Greg Van Avermaet (Bel) CCC TeamRow 18 - Cell 2
20Julian Alaphilippe (Fra) Deceuninck-QuickStepRow 19 - Cell 2
21Ivan Garcia (Spa) Bahrain-MeridaRow 20 - Cell 2
22Guillaume Martin (Fra) Wanty-GobertRow 21 - Cell 2
23Imanol Erviti (Spa) Movistar TeamRow 22 - Cell 2
24Mikel Landa (Spa) Movistar TeamRow 23 - Cell 2
25Geraint Thomas (GBr) Team IneosRow 24 - Cell 2
26Michael Mørkøv (Den) Deceuninck-QuickStepRow 25 - Cell 2
27Steven Kruijswijk (Ned) Team Jumbo-VismaRow 26 - Cell 2
28Egan Bernal (Col) Team IneosRow 27 - Cell 2
29Thibaut Pinot (Fra) Groupama-FDJRow 28 - Cell 2
30Emanuel Buchmann (Ger) Bora-HansgroheRow 29 - Cell 2
31Xandro Meurisse (Bel) Wanty-GobertRow 30 - Cell 2
32Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar TeamRow 31 - Cell 2
33Alberto Bettiol (Ita) EF Education FirstRow 32 - Cell 2
34Pierre Luc Perichon (Fra) Cofidis Solutions CreditsRow 33 - Cell 2
35Rigoberto Uran (Col) EF Education FirstRow 34 - Cell 2
36Simon Clarke (Aus) EF Education FirstRow 35 - Cell 2
37Daniel Martin (Irl) UAE Team EmiratesRow 36 - Cell 2
38Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-SegafredoRow 37 - Cell 2
39Fabio Aru (Ita) UAE Team EmiratesRow 38 - Cell 2
40Lilian Calmejane (Fra) Total Direct EnergieRow 39 - Cell 2
41Sergio Henao (Col) UAE Team EmiratesRow 40 - Cell 2
42Rudy Molard (Fra) Groupama-FDJRow 41 - Cell 2
43Julien Simon (Fra) Cofidis Solutions CreditsRow 42 - Cell 2
44Fabio Felline (Ita) Trek-SegafredoRow 43 - Cell 2
45Gianni Moscon (Ita) Team IneosRow 44 - Cell 2
46Jasper De Buyst (Bel) Lotto SoudalRow 45 - Cell 2
47Sven Erik Bystrøm (Nor) UAE Team EmiratesRow 46 - Cell 2
48Nils Politt (Ger) Katusha-AlpecinRow 47 - Cell 2
49Mikael Cherel (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale0:00:19
50Romain Bardet (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale0:00:21
51Julien Bernard (Fra) Trek-SegafredoRow 50 - Cell 2
52Gorka Izagirre Insausti (Spa) Astana Pro TeamRow 51 - Cell 2
53Tanel Kangert (Est) EF Education FirstRow 52 - Cell 2
54Nikias Arndt (Ger) Team Sunweb0:00:24
55Mike Teunissen (Ned) Team Jumbo-Visma0:00:27
56Roger Kluge (Ger) Lotto SoudalRow 55 - Cell 2
57Matej Mohoric (Slo) Bahrain-Merida0:00:37
58Luke Rowe (GBr) Team IneosRow 57 - Cell 2
59Nelson Oliveira (Por) Movistar Team0:00:38
60Joseph Rosskopf (USA) CCC TeamRow 59 - Cell 2
61Florian Vachon (Fra) Arkéa SamsicRow 60 - Cell 2
62Yves Lampaert (Bel) Deceuninck-QuickStep0:00:50
63Frederik Backaert (Bel) Wanty-Gobert0:00:52
64Gregor Mühlberger (Aut) Bora-Hansgrohe0:00:54
65Maxime Bouet (Fra) Arkéa SamsicRow 64 - Cell 2
66Yoann Offredo (Fra) Wanty-Gobert0:00:56
67Amund Grøndahl Jansen (Nor) Team Jumbo-Visma0:01:00
68Kevin Ledanois (Fra) Arkéa SamsicRow 67 - Cell 2
69Roman Kreuziger (Cze) Dimension Data0:01:02
70Odd Christian Eiking (Nor) Wanty-GobertRow 69 - Cell 2
71Nairo Quintana (Col) Movistar TeamRow 70 - Cell 2
72Koen de Kort (Ned) Trek-SegafredoRow 71 - Cell 2
73Mathias Frank (Swi) AG2R La MondialeRow 72 - Cell 2
74Alexis Vuillermoz (Fra) AG2R La MondialeRow 73 - Cell 2
75Jesus Herrada (Spa) Cofidis Solutions CreditsRow 74 - Cell 2
76Michael Schär (Swi) CCC TeamRow 75 - Cell 2
77David Gaudu (Fra) Groupama-FDJRow 76 - Cell 2
78Benoit Cosnefroy (Fra) AG2R La MondialeRow 77 - Cell 2
79Søren Kragh Andersen (Den) Team SunwebRow 78 - Cell 2
80Dylan van Baarle (Ned) Team Ineos0:01:10
81Lars Bak (Den) Dimension Data0:01:15
82Paul Ourselin (Fra) Total Direct EnergieRow 81 - Cell 2
83Lennard Kämna (Ger) Team Sunweb0:01:20
84Rein Taaramäe (Est) Total Direct Energie0:01:22
85Ben King (USA) Dimension Data0:01:38
86Marco Haller (Aut) Katusha-AlpecinRow 85 - Cell 2
87Anthony Delaplace (Fra) Arkéa Samsic0:01:42
88Alexis Gougeard (Fra) AG2R La MondialeRow 87 - Cell 2
89Stéphane Rossetto (Fra) Cofidis Solutions Credits0:01:57
90Carlos Verona (Spa) Movistar TeamRow 89 - Cell 2
91Tim Wellens (Bel) Lotto Soudal0:02:00
92Thomas De Gendt (Bel) Lotto SoudalRow 91 - Cell 2
93Bauke Mollema (Ned) Trek-SegafredoRow 92 - Cell 2
94Adam Yates (GBr) Mitchelton-ScottRow 93 - Cell 2
95Michael Hepburn (Aus) Mitchelton-ScottRow 94 - Cell 2
96Elie Gesbert (Fra) Arkéa SamsicRow 95 - Cell 2
97Damiano Caruso (Ita) Bahrain-MeridaRow 96 - Cell 2
98Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) Bahrain-MeridaRow 97 - Cell 2
99Chad Haga (USA) Team SunwebRow 98 - Cell 2
100José Gonçalves (Por) Katusha-AlpecinRow 99 - Cell 2
101Tony Gallopin (Fra) AG2R La MondialeRow 100 - Cell 2
102Alex Dowsett (GBr) Katusha-AlpecinRow 101 - Cell 2
103Sébastien Reichenbach (Swi) Groupama-FDJRow 102 - Cell 2
104Simon Geschke (Ger) CCC TeamRow 103 - Cell 2
105Ilnur Zakarin (Rus) Katusha-AlpecinRow 104 - Cell 2
106Serge Pauwels (Bel) CCC TeamRow 105 - Cell 2
107Dylan Teuns (Bel) Bahrain-MeridaRow 106 - Cell 2
108Lukasz Wisniowski (Pol) CCC TeamRow 107 - Cell 2
109Amael Moinard (Fra) Arkéa SamsicRow 108 - Cell 2
110Jonathan Castroviejo (Spa) Team IneosRow 109 - Cell 2
111Anthony Turgis (Fra) Total Direct EnergieRow 110 - Cell 2
112Nicolas Roche (Irl) Team SunwebRow 111 - Cell 2
113Jan Tratnik (Slo) Bahrain-MeridaRow 112 - Cell 2
114Vegard Stake Laengen (Nor) UAE Team Emirates0:02:08
115Daniel Oss (Ita) Bora-HansgroheRow 114 - Cell 2
116Michael Woods (Can) EF Education FirstRow 115 - Cell 2
117Romain Sicard (Fra) Total Direct EnergieRow 116 - Cell 2
118George Bennett (NZl) Team Jumbo-VismaRow 117 - Cell 2
119Giulio Ciccone (Ita) Trek-SegafredoRow 118 - Cell 2
120Lukas Pöstlberger (Aut) Bora-HansgroheRow 119 - Cell 2
121Luke Durbridge (Aus) Mitchelton-ScottRow 120 - Cell 2
122Stefan Küng (Swi) Groupama-FDJRow 121 - Cell 2
123Anthony Perez (Fra) Cofidis Solutions CreditsRow 122 - Cell 2
124Dries Devenyns (Bel) Deceuninck-QuickStepRow 123 - Cell 2
125Toms Skujins (Lat) Trek-SegafredoRow 124 - Cell 2
126Aime De Gendt (Bel) Wanty-GobertRow 125 - Cell 2
127Jens Keukeleire (Bel) Lotto Soudal0:02:13
128Marcus Burghardt (Ger) Bora-Hansgrohe0:02:31
129Christopher Juul Jensen (Den) Mitchelton-Scott0:02:35
130Mads Würtz Schmidt (Den) Katusha-Alpecin0:03:49
131Kasper Asgreen (Den) Deceuninck-QuickStepRow 130 - Cell 2
132Laurens De Plus (Bel) Team Jumbo-VismaRow 131 - Cell 2
133Tiesj Benoot (Bel) Lotto SoudalRow 132 - Cell 2
134Wout Poels (Ned) Team IneosRow 133 - Cell 2
135Jack Haig (Aus) Mitchelton-ScottRow 134 - Cell 2
136Daryl Impey (RSA) Mitchelton-ScottRow 135 - Cell 2
137Michal Kwiatkowski (Pol) Team IneosRow 136 - Cell 2
138Patrick Konrad (Aut) Bora-HansgroheRow 137 - Cell 2
139Matthieu Ladagnous (Fra) Groupama-FDJRow 138 - Cell 2
140Simon Yates (GBr) Mitchelton-ScottRow 139 - Cell 2
141Andrey Amador (CRc) Movistar TeamRow 140 - Cell 2
142Stephen Cummings (GBr) Dimension Data0:04:42
143Rui Costa (Por) UAE Team Emirates0:05:22
144Natnael Berhane (Eri) Cofidis Solutions Credits0:06:00
145Fabien Grellier (Fra) Total Direct EnergieRow 144 - Cell 2
146William Bonnet (Fra) Groupama-FDJ0:06:32
147Pello Bilbao (Spa) Astana Pro TeamRow 146 - Cell 2
148Anthony Roux (Fra) Groupama-FDJRow 147 - Cell 2
149Tom Scully (NZl) EF Education First0:08:44
150Kevin Van Melsen (Bel) Wanty-GobertRow 149 - Cell 2
151Sebastian Langeveld (Ned) EF Education FirstRow 150 - Cell 2
152Enric Mas (Spa) Deceuninck-QuickStepRow 151 - Cell 2
153Omar Fraile (Spa) Astana Pro TeamRow 152 - Cell 2
154Marc Soler (Spa) Movistar TeamRow 153 - Cell 2
155Cees Bol (Ned) Team Sunweb0:08:55
156Alexey Lutsenko (Kaz) Astana Pro Team0:10:34
157Magnus Cort Nielsen (Den) Astana Pro TeamRow 156 - Cell 2
158Luis León Sanchez (Spa) Astana Pro TeamRow 157 - Cell 2
159Hugo Houle (Can) Astana Pro TeamRow 158 - Cell 2
160Maxime Monfort (Bel) Lotto SoudalRow 159 - Cell 2
161Tony Martin (Ger) Team Jumbo-Visma0:12:31
162Michael Valgren Andersen (Den) Dimension Data0:12:34
DNFJakob Fuglsang (Den) Astana Pro TeamRow 162 - Cell 2
DNSWilco Kelderman (Ned) Team SunwebRow 163 - Cell 2
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Sprint 1 - Vallérargues, km. 65
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Lars Bak (Den) Dimension Data20pts
2Stéphane Rossetto (Fra) Cofidis Solutions Credits17Row 1 - Cell 3
3Paul Ourselin (Fra) Total Direct Energie15Row 2 - Cell 3
4Lukasz Wisniowski (Pol) CCC Team13Row 3 - Cell 3
5Alexis Gougeard (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale11Row 4 - Cell 3
6Elia Viviani (Ita) Deceuninck-QuickStep10Row 5 - Cell 3
7Michael Mørkøv (Den) Deceuninck-QuickStep9Row 6 - Cell 3
8Sonny Colbrelli (Ita) Bahrain-Merida8Row 7 - Cell 3
9Peter Sagan (Svk) Bora-Hansgrohe7Row 8 - Cell 3
10Thomas De Gendt (Bel) Lotto Soudal6Row 9 - Cell 3
11Matej Mohoric (Slo) Bahrain-Merida5Row 10 - Cell 3
12Maxime Monfort (Bel) Lotto Soudal4Row 11 - Cell 3
13Tony Martin (Ger) Team Jumbo-Visma3Row 12 - Cell 3
14Vegard Stake Laengen (Nor) UAE Team Emirates2Row 13 - Cell 3
15Laurens De Plus (Bel) Team Jumbo-Visma1Row 14 - Cell 3
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Points
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Caleb Ewan (Aus) Lotto Soudal50pts
2Elia Viviani (Ita) Deceuninck-QuickStep30Row 1 - Cell 3
3Dylan Groenewegen (Ned) Team Jumbo-Visma20Row 2 - Cell 3
4Peter Sagan (Svk) Bora-Hansgrohe18Row 3 - Cell 3
5Niccolò Bonifazio (Ita) Total Direct Energie16Row 4 - Cell 3
6Michael Matthews (Aus) Team Sunweb14Row 5 - Cell 3
7Matteo Trentin (Ita) Mitchelton-Scott12Row 6 - Cell 3
8Jasper Stuyven (Bel) Trek-Segafredo10Row 7 - Cell 3
9Alexander Kristoff (Nor) UAE Team Emirates8Row 8 - Cell 3
10Andrea Pasqualon (Ita) Wanty-Gobert7Row 9 - Cell 3
11Jens Debusschere (Bel) Katusha-Alpecin6Row 10 - Cell 3
12Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor) Dimension Data5Row 11 - Cell 3
13Sonny Colbrelli (Ita) Bahrain-Merida4Row 12 - Cell 3
14Maximiliano Richeze (Arg) Deceuninck-QuickStep3Row 13 - Cell 3
15André Greipel (Ger) Arkéa Samsic2Row 14 - Cell 3
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Mountain 1 (Cat. 4) Cote De Saint-Jean-Du-Pin, km. 96
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Lars Bak (Den) Dimension Data1
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Young riders
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Caleb Ewan (Aus) Lotto Soudal3:57:08
2Ivan Garcia (Spa) Bahrain-MeridaRow 1 - Cell 2
3Egan Bernal (Col) Team IneosRow 2 - Cell 2
4Gianni Moscon (Ita) Team IneosRow 3 - Cell 2
5Nils Politt (Ger) Katusha-AlpecinRow 4 - Cell 2
6Matej Mohoric (Slo) Bahrain-Merida0:00:37
7Gregor Mühlberger (Aut) Bora-Hansgrohe0:00:54
8Amund Grøndahl Jansen (Nor) Team Jumbo-Visma0:01:00
9Odd Christian Eiking (Nor) Wanty-Gobert0:01:02
10David Gaudu (Fra) Groupama-FDJRow 9 - Cell 2
11Benoit Cosnefroy (Fra) AG2R La MondialeRow 10 - Cell 2
12Søren Kragh Andersen (Den) Team SunwebRow 11 - Cell 2
13Paul Ourselin (Fra) Total Direct Energie0:01:15
14Lennard Kämna (Ger) Team Sunweb0:01:20
15Elie Gesbert (Fra) Arkéa Samsic0:02:00
16Anthony Turgis (Fra) Total Direct EnergieRow 15 - Cell 2
17Giulio Ciccone (Ita) Trek-Segafredo0:02:08
18Aime De Gendt (Bel) Wanty-GobertRow 17 - Cell 2
19Mads Würtz Schmidt (Den) Katusha-Alpecin0:03:49
20Kasper Asgreen (Den) Deceuninck-QuickStepRow 19 - Cell 2
21Laurens De Plus (Bel) Team Jumbo-VismaRow 20 - Cell 2
22Tiesj Benoot (Bel) Lotto SoudalRow 21 - Cell 2
23Fabien Grellier (Fra) Total Direct Energie0:06:00
24Enric Mas (Spa) Deceuninck-QuickStep0:08:44
25Cees Bol (Ned) Team Sunweb0:08:55
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Combativity
#Rider Name (Country) Team
1Alexis Gougeard (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale
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