Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) won stage 4 of the Tour of Poland, sprinting to the win ahead of Danny van Poppel (Team Sky) and race leader, Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe). The 4th stage of the Tour of Poland was a long 238km slog from Zawiercie to Zabrze and while the route was mostly flat, the scorching heat made it a really difficult day out on the bike. Nic Dougall braved the heat for our African Team and jumped into the 6-rider break of the day. The peloton let the break go out to 6-minutes before Bora-Hansgrohe and Orica-Scott started to chip away at the lead. As the.
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka got off to a good start in Vuelta a Burgos. Ben King impressed in the early breakaway as he won all the intermediate sprints and thereby got on the podium to get the blue jersey for leading the competition. The stage win went to Mikel Landa (Team Sky) after a late attack. Already early on today’s opening stage, a strong break of 14 riders got away. The big group worked well together and quickly opened up a gap of over four minutes. King was very attentive and he won the first intermediate sprint after 37 km in front of Ibai.
Stage 3 of the Tour of Poland saw a whole lot of up and down with the final kilometer going straight up a wall of a climb. Nathan Haas muscled his way to 11th on the stage..