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Giro d’Italia 2021 | Vendrame won the twelfth stage, after the fall we know familiar faces


The Israel Start-Up Nation rider, who wore a pink jersey for the leading rider for the fourth day after the fourth stage, fell after he became part of the escape. Television cameras did not capture him until he was loaded onto a stretcher before being transported to the hospital.

According to the team, the 35-year-old cyclist was conscious and had no serious head injuries. Before resigning from the race, he was ranked 62nd in the overall standings.

The ambitious Spaniard Marc Soler also hit the premature end on Thursday. The leader of the Movistar stable was in 11th place after Wednesday with a loss of three minutes and 19 seconds on the leading Colombian Egan Bernal.

After a few miles, Soler held on to his painful lower back and moved on the tail of the peloton. He tried to ice the place on the track, but after about 20 kilometers he was already communicating with the ambulance crew. He finally withdrew from the race after 60 kilometers, when the competitors reached Florence.

“We have to confirm the sad news that Marc Soler will not continue in the race. He paid for the consequences of the fall from the beginning of the 12th stage, “Movistar said in a statement.

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Information on the Giro d’Italia 2021. The program begins in Turin, with a total of 3,450 kilometers

Shortly after Soler, the Swiss Gino Mäder also left the peloton. The winner of the sixth stage from the Bahrain-Victorius team started on Thursday with a bandage on his left shoulder. The pain probably persisted and made it impossible for the Swiss to continue the race.

In the hilly stage from Siena to Bagno di Romagna, as expected, the victory was decided among outsider refugees. The 26-year-old Vendrame finished for life success thanks to winning the spurt with Australian Chris Hamilton. With a gap of 15 seconds, the third Italian Gianluca Brambilla finished, but the two-member sprint with New Zealander George Bennett won thanks to the fact that he reduced his opponent, so he lost the third place after the race.

Leader Bernal finished 17th in the group with other favorites and still leads 45 seconds ahead of Russian Alexander Vlasov. In the peloton with a gap of 10:14 minutes, the only Czech participant in the Gira Jan Hirt, who is 50th overall, was not in 48th position.

Before Saturday’s challenging mountain stage with the ascent to Monte Zoncolan, 198 kilometers of the plane between Ravenna and Verona awaits cyclists on Friday.

Cyklistický závod Giro d’Italia – 12. etapa: Siena – Bagno di Romagna (212 km):
1. Vendrame (It./AG2R-Citroën) 5:43:48
2. Hamilton (Austr./DSM) same time
3. Bennett (N. Zél. / Jumbo-Visma)
4. Brambilla (It./Trek-Segafredo) oba -15
5. Visconti (It./Bardiani-CSF-Faizane) -1:12
6. Bouchard (Fr./AG2R-Citroën Team) -1:25
7. Edet (Fr./Cofidis)
8. Petilli (It./Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert) oba -1: 47
9. Honoré (Dán. / Deceuninck-Quick Step) -3: 00
10. Radishes (It./Androni Toys) -4: 19
…48. Hirt (ČR / Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert) -10: 14.
Running order:
1. Bernal (Kol./Ineos Grenadiers) 48:29:23
2. Vlasov (Rus./Astana-Premier Tech) -45
3. Caruso (It./Bahrajn Victorious) -1:12
4. Carthy (Brit./EF Education-Nippo) -1: 17
5. S. Yates (Brit./BikeExchange) -1:22
6. Buchmann (Germany / Bora-hansgrohe) -1: 50
7. Evenepoel (Belg./Deceuninck-Quick Step) -2:22
8. Ciccone (It./Trek-Segafredo) -2:24
9. Foss (Nor./Jumbo-Visma) -2:49
10. Martínez (Kol./Ineos Grenadiers) -3: 15
…50. Hirt -44:59.
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