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GIRO’21 Stage 16: Bernal Stamps His Authority On the Giro

What was going to be a decisive stage was shortened and due to the weather was without live TV. This didn't stop the race leader, Egan Bernal (INEOS Grenadiers), stamping his authority on the Passo Giau and soled to the finish for the stage win and more lead time. Romain Bardet and Damiano Caruso finished second and third at 27 seconds.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

May 24, 2021: Reports and video form the Giro, Andalucía, Burgos, Murcia and Finistère. Lefevere not worried-TOP STORY. Mohorič and De Marchi updates, Cavendish problems, Peters returns, Carapaz Olympics, Ryan with Jumbo and Kramer joins Jumbo board. European cross champs, La Course teams and Vårgårda canceled. Evenepoel Zoncolan video.

GIRO’21 Stage 15: Victor Campenaerts the Victor!

The World hour record holder Victor Campenaerts won stage 15 of the Giro d'Italia in the Slovenian town of Gorizia. The Qhubeka Assos rider out-sprinted Oscar Riesebeek of Alpecin-Fenix on a wet day. Egan Bernal (INEOS Grenadiers) finished in the peloton to hold his pink jersey.

GIRO’21 Stage 14: Fortunate Fortunato Takes the Zoncolan!

An unbelievable finish to the toughest Giro d'Italia stage of 2021 so far. Lorenzo Fortunato of the eolo-Kometa team crossed the finish line first on the summit of the Monte Zoncolan. Egan Bernal put time into all the other GC rider to lengthen his overall lead. The Colombian now has 1:33 on Simon Yates in second place.

GIRO’21 Stage 13: Nizzolo Nudges it Over the Line!

A flat stage... a very flat stage. Rumours of a motorway flyover were unfounded. The last kilometre was worth waiting for as Edoardo Affini went for a very late attack, but Giacomo Nizzolo managed to shoot past his countryman and hold the others off for the stage win. Egan Bernal was safe in pink for another day.

GIRO’21 Stage 12: Victorious Vendrame!

Today was for the break, but they had to work for it in the first 70 kilometres. When the break succeeded, the peloton let them take 11 minutes. The group split and we were left four that split to two: Chris Hamilton and Andrea Vendrame. The Italian had the best sprint. Egan Bernal came in with the peloton to hold the overall lead.