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Chaves rides into pink as Kruijswijk crashes in the Giro
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Chaves rides into pink as Kruijswijk crashes in the Giro

Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) took emotional victory on hectic and breath-taking stage 19 of the Giro d’Italia.

In a day that saw the maglia rosa Steven Kruijswijk crash heavily, Nibali claimed valuable seconds on his rivals following a late attack on the last climb.

Mikel Nieve (Team Sky) crossed the line in second place with Esteban Chaves (Orica-GreenEdge) in second.

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Trentin wins stage 18 from breakaway in Giro
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Trentin wins stage 18 from breakaway in Giro

Matteo Trentin (Etixx-QuickStep) capped an excellent day of racing at the Giro d’Italia with a thrilling stage win in Pinerolo. The Italian fought his way back in the closing stages after being dropped on the Pramartino to catch teammate Gianluca Brambilla and Moreno Moser (Cannondale) in the final few hundred metres before unleashing an unstoppable sprint.

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Kluges Last Ditch Attack Defies Sprinters on Giro Stage 17
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Kluges Last Ditch Attack Defies Sprinters on Giro Stage 17

Germany's Roger Kluge caused a massive upset with a last-ditch attack to defy the sprinters and win stage 17 of the Giro d'Italia in Cassano d'Adda. Kluge gives Swiss IAM Cycling team its first Gran Tour stage win, after a dramatic final sprint, only a day after the team announced it was shutting up shop at the end of the season.

In the 196-kilometre stage from Molveno, reminants of the breakway, included a late attack by Lars Bak, and out of the peleton came Filippo Pozzato (Wilier-Southeast) in the final kilometre.

Kluge followed Pozzato and held on for one final attack just ahead of the closing peloton, to claim victory in disbelief.

 
Kruijswijk Stretches Lead, Valverde Gets a Stage Win
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Kruijswijk Stretches Lead, Valverde Gets a Stage Win

Dutchman Steven Kruijswijk moved closer to a history-making Giro d’Italia triumph Tuesday after stretching his lead over Esteban Chaves and Vincenzo Nibali in a thrilling 16th stage won by Alejandro Valverde.

Kruijswijk, of the Lotto team, started the hilly 132 km race from Bressanone to Andalo with a 2min 12sec lead on Colombian Chaves (Orica) and 2:51 on 2013 champion and pre-race favourite Vincenzo Nibali (Astana). Kruijswijk didn’t have enough in the tank to stop Movistar team leader Valverde, 36, from claiming his maiden stage win on the race after a two-up sprint at the finish.

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