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Tour de Romandie 2018, Bernal takes the spoils on stage 3 time trial

Egan Bernal (Team Sky) beats all on day four at Tour de Romandie 2018. Everybody knew the Colombian was a rising star at the beginning of the season but the twenty-one years old is astonishing all the insiders. Bernal have covered in 25 minutes and 10 seconds the 9,9 kilometers time trial from Ollon to Villars. On the back of Team Sky climber finished Primoz Roglic (Lotto Nl – Jumbo), who took four extra second to end his performance. Richie Porte (BMC Racing) completed today’s podium by finishing in third whereas Steven Kriujswijk (Lotto Nl – Jumbo) took the fourth place. Primoz Roglic is again the overall jersey holder and, on the eve of the Tour de Romandie 2018 queen stage, the Slovenian leads the general classification by 6 seconds on Egan Bernal and 27 on Richie Porte.

Tour de Romandie 2018 Stage 3 Classification

1 BERNAL GOMEZ Egan Arley TEAM SKY COL   25’10”
2 ROGLIČ Primož TEAM LOTTO NL – JUMBO SLO   04″
3 PORTE Richie BMC RACING TEAM AUS   18″
4 KRUIJSWIJK Steven TEAM LOTTO NL – JUMBO NED   48″
5 FARIA da COSTA Rui Alberto UAE TEAM EMIRATES POR   01’06”
6 LATOUR Pierre Roger AG2R LA MONDIALE FRA   01’21”
7 DENNIS Rohan BMC RACING TEAM AUS   01’26”
8 MARTIN Daniel UAE TEAM EMIRATES IRL   01’28”
9 BUCHMANN Emanuel BORA – HANSGROHE GER   01’30”
10 ŠPILAK Simon TEAM KATUSHA ALPECIN SLO   01’43”

Tour de Romandie 2018 General Classification

1 ROGLIČ Primož TEAM LOTTO NL – JUMBO SLO   8h39’39”
2 BERNAL GOMEZ Egan Arley TEAM SKY COL   06″
3 PORTE Richie BMC RACING TEAM AUS   27″
4 KRUIJSWIJK Steven TEAM LOTTO NL – JUMBO NED   01’02”
5 FARIA da COSTA Rui Alberto UAE TEAM EMIRATES POR   01’17”
6 DENNIS Rohan BMC RACING TEAM AUS   01’22”
7 LATOUR Pierre Roger AG2R LA MONDIALE FRA ‘ ‘
8 MARTIN Daniel UAE TEAM EMIRATES IRL   01’42”
9 BUCHMANN Emanuel BORA – HANSGROHE GER ‘ ‘
10 IZAGUIRRE INSAUSTI Jon BAHRAIN – MERIDA ESP   01’55”

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