Where's that GPS?
Stage Three Results
Well the crosswinds certainly did come out to play, leading to an unexpected race leader from a team which specializes in crosswinds:
1) Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step) 14:45:16
2) André Greipel (Lotto Soudal) 0:00:09
3) Lukas Pöstlberger (Bora-Hansgrohe) 0:00:13
4) Bob Jungels (Quick-Step)
5) Kanstantsin Siutsou (Bahrain-Merida)
6) Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) 0:00:17
7) Roberto Ferrari (UAE Team Emirates)
8) Ryan Gibbons (Dimension Data) 0:00:23
9) Enrico Battaglin (LottoNL-Jumbo)
10) Sacha Modolo (UAE Team Emirates)
Giro d'Italia - Stage Four
Note: This thread may contain a spoiler. Do not read further until you have seen the stage for yourself or have no objection to a spoiler.
We move to Sicily for Stage Four of the 100th edition of the Giro d'Italia for what may be the first "must-watch" stage. Fernando Gaviria, our young Maglia Rosa will be tested today.
Stage Four: Cefalu to Etna, 181 km
This stage features the first summit finish of this year's Giro. The grinders and mountain goats of the peloton will claw their way up the the Cat 1 slopes of the infamous Mount Etna and the Rams will be separated from the sheep. The true GC contenders will have to show their colors here or risk losing precious seconds or even minutes to their rivals. A bad day here could end your Giro.
Given this, an exchange in the ownership of the Maglia Rosa is more than likely to occur at the stage finishing ceremony in Etna. He who takes the Maglia Rosa here will have earned it...but can he keep it all the way to Milano?