Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka put on a strong team performance on stage 3 of Tirreno-Adriatico. Unfortunately, the hard work didn’t pay off in the final sprint. Today’s stage was the first opportunity for the sprinters to fight for glory. A group of seven riders got away early on the stage but the peloton, led by Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, never let the breakaway get too much of a gap. As the stage progressed, more teams started to help out at the front of the pack and as the riders took on the last 20 km, it all came back together. Team Dimension Data.
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka was eager to get in the mix on Friday’s undulating stage in Paris-Nice. However, despite several breakaway attempts, luck wasn’t on our side today. With no less than six categorized climbs on the menu, many expected that a strong breakaway would have good chances of making it all the way. Therefore, numerous attacks occurred in the opening kilometers of the stage. Especially Ben King was very attentive. The 27-year-old American was part of a four-man group, but despite quickly gaining a two minutes gap, the break didn’t last long. However, King wasn’t done trying and once again, he made it.