Phenomenal Lennard Kämna Wins Giro Etna Stage from the Break

Phenomenal Lennard Kämna Wins Giro Etna Stage from the Break

BORA-hansgrohe Team (Italy) - Press Release: After a three-day stay in Hungary and a travel day, Italy greeted the riders with a mountain finish in Sicily, featuring a final climb up Mount Etna. Following several unsuccessful attempts, a 14-man break with Lennard Kämna eventually went clear and extended its lead to more than 11 minutes at one point. On the final climb up to Etna, S. Oldani distanced himself from the leading group, followed 15km later by J. López. With about 6km remaining, Lennard attacked out of the current 3-man chase group and dropped his fellow breakaway companions. With about two and a half kilometres to go, he managed to catch up with López at the front and the duo tackled the final kilometres together. In the end, Lennard prevailed in a two-man sprint and took the stage win. With this he also assumes the lead in the mountains classification and is currently second overall. GC riders Wilco Kelderman, Jai Hindley and Emanuel Buchmann also put in a strong performance and finished the stage in the 16-man group of favourites.


01 L. Kämna: 4:32:11

02 J. López: +0:00

03 R. Taaramäe: +0:34

15 J. Hindley: +2:37

17 W. Kelderman: +2:37

21 E. Buchmann: +2:37

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