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15.30 Natnael Tesfation (Drone Hopper-Androni), Filippo Zana (Bardiani CSF Faizané) and Vadim Pronskij (Astana Qazaqstan) all three arrive together at 1’11 ”from Riccardo Lucca.
15.29 Riccardo Lucca (Work Service) VINCEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! The Italian rider makes the fourth stage of the Adriatica Ionica Race from Fano to the Conero Riviera his own.
15.27 Less than 3 km to the finish line for Riccardo Lucca (Work Service), who is engaged in all downhill.
15.25 Attention! While Testafion and Zana study each other, Vadim Pronsky (Astana Qazaqstan) tries to put them on.
15.24 Natnael Tesfation (Drone Hopper-Androni) and Filippo Zana (Bardiani CSF Faizané) leave the group.
15.24 Lucca top. Now he can go swooping towards the Conero Riviera.
15.23 Lucca has 25 ″ on rivals closest to him.
15.20 The group is at 1’42 “.
15.17 Riccardo Lucca (Work Service) tries to leave alone. Now 9 ″ ahead of his former teammates and more than a minute ahead of the group.
15.14 10 km to the finish!
15.11 We go: it has climbed towards the Poggio.
15.09 The group does not seem to find the best way to chase the fugitives: now the delay rises to 1’40 “.
15.06 Group just over a minute.
15.03 Carboni, unfortunately a crash arrives for him: in the lead there are 8. Among them there is also Enrico Battaglin (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè).
15.00 Attention because with a sudden shot also Alessandro Monaco (Giotti Victoria Savini Due), Riccardo Verza (Zalf Euromobil Fior) and Raul Garcia (Equipo Kern Pharma) return to the leading group.
14.56 In the lead now only 5 fugitives: Riccardo Lucca (Work Service), Emil Dima (Giotti Victoria Savini Due), Giovanni Carboni (National Italy), Joan Bou (Euskaltel Euskadi), Antonio Nibali (Astana Qazaqstan).
14.53 Attention because the group reduces its disadvantage not just a little: now the pursuers are at 1’05 “.
14.49 Salita del Poggio: both for the treads and for the group.
14.46 Today’s running average is 41.9 km / h.
14.43 After the three hours of competition.
14.40 We go to the final circuit which will then lead to the finish line of Riviera del Conero.
14.36 The fugitives go towards Colle Lauro. There are 35 km to the finish.
14.33 The first to pass the flying finish line was Riccardo Lucca (Work Service).
14.30 Marcelli’s flying finish line, things change rapidly. The cards have been shuffled. Here is the new list of fugitives: Antonio Nibali (Astana Qazaqstan), Enrico Battaglin (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè), Luca Chirico (Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli), Raul Garcia (Equipo Kern Pharma), Joan Bou, Unai Cuadrado (Euskaltel Euskadi ), Emil Dima, Alessandro Monaco (Giotti Victoria Savini Due), Giovanni Carboni (National Italy), Riccardo Lucca (Work Service), Riccardo Verza (Zalf Euromobil Fior)
14.27 At this moment, after a recalculation, the gap between the fugitives and the group is 1’55 “.
14.23 At the moment the group is 2’20 from the head of the race, where there are 8 treads: Edoardo Faresin (Zalf Euromobil Fior), Alessandro Bisolti (Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli), Manuele Boaro, Antonio Nibali (Astana Qazaqstan), Stefano Gandin (Team Corratec), Matteo Zurlo (Zalf Euromobil Fior), Alessandro Iacchi (Team Qhubeka), Giulio Masotto (Team Corratec).
14.20 We are towards Marcelli: 7 km when passing through the town.
14.16 50 km to the finish!
14.13 This 4th stage of the Adriatica Ionica Race 2022 continues at an excellent pace.
14.10 Less than 60 km to the finish.
14.07 The group shortens: now it is at 2’24 “.
14.04 The group tries to recover: in the platoon there are about 30-35 runners.
14.00 Among the fugitives, as the road begins to climb, someone could lose contact.
13.56 We go towards Recanati.
13.53 About seventy kilometers to Marcelli.
13.50 The advantage of the 21 fugitives drops to just over 3 ‘.
13.47 Just over 65 km to the finish!
13.44 Diego Pablo Sevilla (Eolo Kometa) seems to have detached himself from the group of 22 fugitives.
13.40 In the general classification, among the fugitives, the most “dangerous” for the leader Zana is Luca Chirico, who is 07’00 “from him.
13.36 There are still 1074 meters to tackle.
13.32 So far, the runners have set aside 882 meters in altitude.
13.29 Advantage stabilized at 4’30 “for the fugitives.
13.25 In this phase of the race, you go up and down between tears and short descents.
13.22 There are 85 km to the finish.
13.19 At the flying finish line of Marcelli there are 50 km to go.
13.15 We enter the mountainous area of the stage, a design that will take us to the finish line. From here on, there is no more or almost no plain?
13.11 Here are the names of the fugitives: Simone Bevilacqua, Diego Pablo Sevilla (Eolo Kometa), Manuele Boaro, Antonio Nibali (Astana Qazaqstan), Enrico Battaglin (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè), Stefano Gandin, Giulio Masotto, Marco Murgano (Team Corratec), Luca Chirico, Alessandro Bisolti ( Drone Hopper-Androni Toys), Raul Garcia (Equipo Kern Pharma), Joan Bou, Unai Cuadrado (Euskaltel Euskadi), Emil Dima, Alessandro Monaco (Giotti Victoria Savini Due), Giovanni Carboni (National Italy), Riccardo Lucca (Work Service) , Alessandro Iacchi (Team Qhubeka), Filippo Ridolfo (Novo Nordisk), Edoardo Faresin, Riccrado Verza, Matteo Zurlo (Zalf Euromobil Fior)
13.07 We will soon be able to provide you with all 22 names of the fugitives.
13.04 The advantage of the fugitives rises to 4’30 “.
13.00 Average speed drops: it is now at 44.7 km / h.
12.57 There are 100 km to the finish!
12.54 We go towards Filottrano, the city of the unforgettable Michele Scarponi.
12.51 Jesi passed at this time.
12.48 The advantage of the 22 fugitives grows: now we are at 3’25 “.
12:45 Slowly we are trying to understand which are the 15 who escaped from the group and fell on the fugitives of the first kilometers, which, let’s remember, are: Simone Bevilacqua (Eolo Kometa), Giulio Masotto, Stefano Gandin (Team Corratec) , Raul Garcia (Equipo Kern Pharma), Emil Dima (Giotti Victoria Savini Due), Alessandro Iacchi (Team Qhubeka) and Filippo Ridolfo (Novo Nordisk).
12.42 The group is currently at 2’50 “.
12.39: Attention! As many as 15 runners who escaped from the group returned to the seven fugitives. Now there are 22 in front.
12.36: Race average 46.1 km / h.
12.33: Sunny weather and 26 degrees: sunny stage.
12.30: There are 120 km to go. Seven athletes in the lead: Simone Bevilacqua (Eolo Kometa), Giulio Masotto, Stefano Gandin (Team Corratec), Raul Garcia (Equipo Kern Pharma), Emil Dima (Giotti Victoria Savini Due), Alessandro Iacchi (Team Qhubeka) and Filippo Ridolfo (Novo Nordisk)
12.27: Abandoned by cyclists the Adriatica state road, we travel towards the hinterland, among a bit of salt
12.23: 35 km traveled, we are approaching at a high pace towards the first roughness of the day, situation unchanged. The advantage of the seven remains around the minute. The group checks
12.16: The lead of the seven heads rises to one minute when there are 130 km to the finish
12.09: After 23 km the advantage of the seven over the group rises to 45 ”. The leading group is made up of Simone Bevilacqua (Eolo Kometa), Giulio Masotto, Stefano Gandin (Team Corratec), Raul Garcia (Equipo Kern Pharma), Emil Dima (Giotti Victoria Savini Due), Alessandro Iacchi (Team Qhubeka) and Filippo Ridolfo (Novo Nordisk)
12.06: Astana Qazaqstan and the Italian National team lend a hand to Bardiani-CSF-Falzanè in pursuit of the leading group
12.03: After 18 km, the seven in the lead have a 35 “advantage over the group that, led by the men of Bardiani-CSF-Falzanè, has raised the pace
12.00: The group of seven cyclists seems to have taken off, the group is not giving too much soul
11.58: After 50 km of flat land the ups and downs begin which will end with the double ascent of the Poggio near Sirolo where the finish line is set
11.55: The seven in command are Simone Bevilacqua (Eolo Kometa), Giulio Masotto, Stefano Gandin (Team Corratec), Raul Garcia (Equipo Kern Pharma), Emil Dima (Giotti Victoria Savini Due), Alessandro Iacchi (Team Qhubeka) and Filippo Ridolfo (Novo Nordisk)
11.52: A group of seven athletes took a small advantage
11.48: Immediately a few shots at the head of the group but for the moment the escape does not take shape
11.43: These are the jerseys of the race: Geo & Tex 2000 blue jersey (general classification) Filippo Zana (Bardiani CSF Faizané), Enit green jersey (GPM classification): Natnael Tesfatsion (Drone Hopper Androni), Suzuki red jersey (sprinter classification): Filippo Zana (Bardiani CSF Faizané), Gabetti white jersey (junior classification): Filippo Zana (Bardiani CSF Faizané), FSA orange jersey (more combative): Alessandro Monaco (Giotti Victoria Savini Due).
11.40: The group started to move from the center of Fano
11.35: This is the general classification:
- Filippo Zana (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè)
2. Natnael Tesfazion (Drone Hopper – Androni Toys) at 15 “
3. Vadim Pronskiy (Astana Qazaqstan Team) at 30 “
4. Luca Covili (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) at 42 ″
5. Jefferson Cepeda (Drone Hopper-Androni Toys) at 56 “
6. Mikel Bizkarra (Uskaltel-Euskadi) at 1’55 “
7. Lorenzo Fortunato (Eolo Kometa) at 4’35 “
8. Edoardo Sandri (CT Friuli) at 4’48 “
9. Paul Double (Mg K-Vis) at 4’59 “
10. Oliver Stockwell (CT Friuli) at 6’17 “
11.32: The final is spectacular with a circuit that will end in the town of Sirolo, in the center of the Conero Riviera, and which will have its highlight with the double ascent of the Poggio (240 meters above sea level with an average of 3.5%) which, after 140 km of running, could decide the fate of the stage and rewrite the general classification.
11.29: The route can also be used for escapes from a distance. Before arriving on the Conero Riviera, in Marcelli, there are four climbs that await the protagonists of the stage race, now in its penultimate act.
11.26: Stage that will take place completely in the Marche region. The first part will be completely flat and will unravel on the Adriatica state road a few meters from the sea, but after 40 km from Chiaravalle onwards an undulating path begins.
11.23: After yesterday’s very tight stage, won by the blue Giovanni Carboni with a solitary escape in the final, the race moves to the Marche Riviera with a few episodes in the hinterland and a couple of snags that could make the difference in the final.
11.20: Good morning to the friends of OA Sport and welcome to the live live broadcast of the fourth stage of the Adriatica Ionica Race 2022, the 159.8 km Fano-Riviera del Conero (Sirolo)
LIVE LIVE OF TODAY’S STAGE OF THE GIRO DELFINATO
Chronicle of yesterday’s stage – Presentation of today’s stage
Friends of OA Sport, cycling enthusiasts, good morning and welcome to Live LIVE text of the stage scheduled today for theAdriatica Ionica Race 2022! We have reached the penultimate round of the short Italian stage race.
Expected today 164.5 km who will lead the runners from Fano at the Conero Riviera, where the final goal is set; the course of this fraction is relatively rough, which could cause important jolts in terms of the general classification.
After an overall quiet start, almost completely flat, a series of ups and downs could favor the day’s escape, but in all likelihood everything will be decided with the double ascent to the Poggio (1.3 km at 7.5%); particular attention to be paid to the last brow, located just 6 km from the final goal.
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Given the final kilometers from an elevation point of view, the climbers should be able to establish themselves, with three runners to keep an eye on, having shown something more than their rivals, namely Filippo Zana, Natnael Tesfatsion and Lorenzo Fortunato. The departure is scheduled for 11:40: with ours LIVE LIVE you can fully follow today’s stage with constant updates so as not to really miss anything; see you later, do not miss it!
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