Dumoulin The Big Loser In Giro Mass Fall

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Movistar's Giro d'Italia contender Richard Carapaz won stage four on Tuesday as a mass fall in the peloton seven kilometres from the finishing post cost 2017 champion Tom Dumoulin a devastating four minutes in the overall standings.

The fall saw a small group of eleven riders get away from the peloton, including overall leader Primoz Roglic and two of his chief contenders to win the Giro, Britain's Simon Yates and Astana's Miguel Angel Lopez.

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Ecuador's Carapaz made a long-range sprint for the line from over 400 metres out with only Australia's Caleb Ewan and UAE's Diego Ulissi capable of challenging and ending second and third respectively.

Roglic, a former ski jumper, finished two seconds behind this trio, gaining 16 seconds on all his chief rivals for the 2019 title.

Dutchman Dumoulin freewheeled most of the way to the finishing post after his fall with blood streaming from a knee, with his chances of winning the title in tatters.

Wednesday's fifth stage is a short 140km run from Frascati, just south of Rome, to Terracina where a 1.5km home straight should provide a perfect platform for a spectacular sprint finish.

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Benedetti Wins Giro d'Italia 12th Stage, Polanc Takes Pink Jersey

2019 Giro d'Italia Stage 12

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Italy's Cesare Benedetti won Thursday's 12th stage of the Giro d'Italia at Pinerolo in the Italian Alps ahead of compatriot Damiano Caruso. Slovenian Jan Polanc took the overall lead.

Aussie Ewan On The Double In Giro d'Italia 11th Stage Novi Ligure

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Australian Caleb Ewan won a sprint finish to take the 11th stage of the Giro d'Italia on Wednesday, just ahead of Frenchman Arnaud Demare.

Demare Wins Crashed-Marred Giro 10th Stage Modena

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Frenchman Arnaud Demare clinched a long-range, high-speed bunch sprint to win stage 10 of the Giro d'Italia on the cobbled streets of Modena on Tuesday.

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Australia's Caleb Ewan celebrated wildly after storming a bunch sprint to win stage eight of the Giro d'Italia on Saturday after coming close to victory three times already in the opening week.

Spaniard Bilbao Wins Giro Stage Seven, Conti Retains Pink Jersey

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Pello Bilbao shook off the other survivors of a long breakaway in the final kilometre into l'Aquila to win Friday's seventh stage as Valerio Conti held on to top spot of the overall leaderboard at the Giro d'Italia.

Emotional Masnada Wins Stage Six, Conti Takes Pink Jersey In Giro Terracina

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Fausto Masnada won the sixth stage of the Giro d'Italia and dedicated the win to his late uncle while Valerio Conti grabbed the overall lead to give home fans an unexpected day of double joy on Thursday.

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