Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka helped animate the longest stage of this year’s Paris-Nice with Natnael Berhane in the breakaway and Kristian Sbaragli fighting with the top favorites in the sprint. Since today’s stage was the last chance for the sprinters to fight for glory, the peloton made sure not to let the early breakaway get too much for a gap. Berhane was one of the first riders to attack and together with five others, our 26-year-old Eritrean rider quickly distanced the pack. As the riders took on the last 50 km of the stage, the gap between the two groups continued to decrease and.
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka did well to put Edvald Boasson Hagen in a good position for the uphill finish on stage 2 but a late attack from Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) proved too powerful for the peloton to catch. Today’s stage was the longest one in the Italian World Tour race with its 229 km. Six riders attacked as soon as the flag dropped and the group quickly established a solid gap on the pack. However, the peloton seemingly had everything under control and caught the breakaway again just as they took on the final categorized climb of the day. Here, several riders tried.