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Mads Pedersen Claimed Victory At Vuelta a España Stage 16

Trek-Segafredo’s rider Mads Pedersen outperformed everybody on the Vuelta a España. The Danish rider took victory on stage 16 on Tuesday, sixth September. Regardless that Primoz Rogilic (Jumbo-Visma) launched an assault however he was slowed down by a crash in Tomares.


The day was additionally not within the favor of pink jersey holder Remco Evenepoel. Inside the ultimate kilometer, the QuickStep-AlphaVinyl rider suffered from a puncture which slowed him down. However, the rider is awarded the identical ending time as the remainder of the peloton. Evenepoel now has a lead of  1:26 on Rogilic and  2:01 on Enric Mas (Movistar). 

Though Trek-Segafredo is within the secure zone on the Workforce World Rankings of 2020-2022, nonetheless each level may be very essential for securing a spot within the WorldTour of 2023. Trek-Segafredo is in ninth place with 18697 factors general. Pedersen was comfortable together with his win however he was extra involved in regards to the well-being of his fellow racer who met a brutal crash. He mentioned:

I didn’t see the crash. I wished to go to Primoz after the end, however I noticed he had destroyed clothes. It was a pity he crashed. He hasn’t been fortunate this 12 months. I hope it’s not too unhealthy so he can preserve contending for the victory of the Vuelta

Then again, Remco Evenepoel was comfortable that he didn’t lose minutes as a result of puncture:

I’m comfortable that the 3km rule exists in any other case I might have misplaced a whole lot of time right now. I heard that Primož crashed so I actually hope that he’s OK and that he can proceed the race.

Mads Pedersen gained the 86th World Championships-Street Race in 2019. He additionally gained a stage the Tour de Franc 2022. He claimed victory on two phases on the Vuelta a España 2022. Pedersen holds thirty sixth place within the UCI World Rating and eleventh within the PCS Rating.


How It Occurred 

As the ultimate relaxation day ended, Primoz Rogilic was not losing a minute and he determined to get his recreation on as quickly because the day started. The battle was intense however with the relegation concern hanging on their heads, all of the groups had been attempting to present their greatest.

The lead saved on altering on and off however because the race got here near its finish, it was Rogilic who was main out the boys. With simply 2.5 km to go Rogilic was seen main the way in which adopted by Fred Wright (Bahrain Victorious), Pascal Ackermann (UAE Workforce Emirates), Danny van Poppel (Bora-Hansgrohe), and Mads Pedersen. 

Proper behind them, Remco Evenepoel suffered from a puncture however he was inside the ultimate 3km. Rogilic was main the boys all the way in which as much as Tomares however then he met a tragic crash. His wheel clashed with Fred Wright’s bike and inside seconds he was all bloodied. His garments had been torn however he managed to hop again on his bike and end the race. 

This gave Pedersen an opportunity to launch his personal assault. Pedersen cruised via the ending line and sealed the victory. 


01 Mads Pedersen 04:45:29 Trek-Segafredo
02 Pascal Ackermann + 00 UAE Workforce Emirates
03 Danny van Poppel + 00 BORA-hansgrohe
04 Fred Wright + 00 Bahrain Victorious
05 Quentin Pacher + 08 Groupama-FDJ
06 Samuele Battistella + 08 Astana Qazaqstan Workforce
07 Cédric Beullens + 08 Lotto Soudal
08 Clément Russo + 08 Workforce Arkéa-Samsic
09 Jesus Ezquerra + 08 Burgos-BH
10 Julius van den Berg + 08 EF Training-EasyPost

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