The Amgen Tour of California concluded on Sunday with the final stage finishing in sunny Sacramento, in front of a packed crowd. Here’s all the action from the tour..

It was another stage for the general classification contenders as Simon Yates (Mitchelton Scott) took his third win at the Giro d’Italia. Second place was secured by Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana Pro Team) and Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) was third. Ben O’Connor placed 16th on the stage, just 1:20 behind stage winner Simon Yates. Today’s stage was another mountainous day, stretching 176km from Tolmezzo to Sappada. The peloton kept a watchful eye over the many break attempts, neutralising all the attacks for the first 70km. With a 100kms to go, a break of about 25 riders went clear. As the road started to twist upwards,.

Stage five at the Tour of Norway was won by Alexander Kamp (Team Virtu Cycling). Eduard Prades (Euskadi – Murias) finished second and with the time bonus on offer, was able to secure the general classification win. Kamp was second in the GC with Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team Dimension Data) completing the podium for the general classification. The last stage and decisive stage for the Tour of Norway was 154km stage running from Moelv to Lillehammer. Including two category two climbs and one category one climb, it was an arduous final day of racing. There were multiple attacks as soon as racing started, and our.

The Amgen Tour of California concluded on Sunday with the final stage finishing in sunny Sacramento, in front of a packed crowd. The stage was won by Fernando Gaviria (Quickstep-Floors) in a sprint finish, as he took this third stage win of the race. While Egan Bernal (Team Sky) won the General Classification. For our team it brought to an end a solid week that crucially saw a return to a block of racing for the likes of Mark Renshaw and Mark Cavendish who had both been out with long injury lay-offs. Rolf Aldag – Head of Performance While it wasn’t an event that saw.