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Giro dItalia, 2nd stage, time trial: Kämna in eighth place

Buchmann, on the other hand, fell on the 9.2 kilometers through Budapest and lost important 57 seconds to day winner Simon Yates. The Briton, Vuelta winner from 2018, was three seconds faster than the Dutch opening winner Mathieu van der Poel, who was able to defend his pink jersey.

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“In the middle of the race, my front wheel slipped away. I quickly got back on the bike. I don’t feel that bad. It should still fit. I already had worse time trial,” said Buchmann, who is aiming for a front position at the Giro, after he had been thrown back over the past two years by falls and illnesses.

It was a really good time trial.

Lennard Kämna

On the other hand, Kämna knew how to convince on the course in front of huge crowds in the Hungarian capital. The Tour-de-France style winner from 2020 had even led for a long time, but in the end he lacked 17 seconds on Yates. “It was a really good time trial. For me it was also important for my self -confidence,” said Kämna, who had already staged at the start on Friday when he was unsuccessful with a sharp attack shortly before the finish.

The three-day Hungarian guest game ends with the third stage of over 201 kilometers from Kaposvar to Balatonfüred with the third stage over 201 kilometers from Kaposvar. Then it continues on Tuesday.

105. Giro d’Italia, 2nd stage: Time trial in Budapest (9.2 km):

1. Simon Yates (Great Britain/Team BikeExchange-Jayco) 11:50 minutes, 2. Mathieu van der Poel (Netherlands/Alpecin-Fenix) 0:03 minutes back, 3. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands/Jumbo-Visma) 0:05, 4. Matteo Sobrero (Italy/Team BikeExchange-Jayco) 0:13, 5. Ben Tulett (Great Britain/Ineos Grenadiers) same time, 6th Tobias Foss (Norway/Jumbo-Visma), 7. Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands/Bora Hansgrohe ), 8. Lennard Kämna (Wedel/Bora-Hansgrohe) All 0:17, 9. Mauro Schmid (Switzerland/Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl), 10. Thymen Arensman (Netherlands/Team DSM) both 0:18,… 35. Jasha Sütterlin (Freiburg/Bahrain Victorious) 0:35,… 80. Ben Zwiehoff (Essen/Bora-Hansgrohe) 0:50,… 95. Emanuel Buchmann (Ravensburg/Bora-Hansgrohe) 0:57,… 100. Nico Denz (Waldshut-Tiengen/DSM) 0:58,… 128. Roger Kluge (Eisenhüttenstadt/Lotto-Soudal),… 132. Alexander Krieger (Stuttgart/Alpecin-Fenix) both 1: 09,… 140. Phil Bauhaus (Bocholt/Bahrain Victorious) 1:10,… 167. Rick Zabel (Unna/Israel Prime Minister Tech) 1:30,… 172. Michael Schwarzmann (Kempten/Lotto-Soudal) 1:40, 173. Rüdiger Selig (Zwenkau/Lotto-Soudal) 1:42

overall rating according to 2 out of 21 stages:

1. van der Poel 4:47:11 hours, 2. Yates 0:11 minutes back, 3rd Dumoulin 0:16, 4. Sobrerman, 5th Kelderman, 6th tulett all 0: 24.7. Foss, 8. Bauke Mollema (Netherlands/Trek-Segafredo) Both 0:28, 9. Pello Bilbao (Spain/Bahrain-Victorious), 10. Schmid both 0:29,… 45. Buchmann 1:08,… 57. Sütterlin 1:34,… 68. Kämna 1:55,… 117. Schwarzmann 3:43, 118. Zwiehoff 3:44,… 145. Zabel 5:42,… 161. Bauhaus 6:33,… 164. Kluge, 165. Warrior both 6:43,… 167. Selig 7:05, 168. Denz 7:26 (sid)