Giacomo Nezollo won the 198 km race between Ravenna and Verona on Friday in the Giro d’Italia road bike race.
In stage 13, the runner-up was decided in favor of the Italian jockey, who won the stage for the first time after 11 second places. Behind him, Eduardo Aveni from Italy and Peter Sagan from Slovakia reached the finish line. Attila Walther finished at 57th and Martin Dina at 144th.
His composite lead was unchanged, with Egan Bernal, Alexander Vlasov and Damiano Caruso still in the top three, while 22-year-old Walter Attila trailed 12th by 3 minutes 51 seconds.
Cyclists will travel 205 kilometers between Citadella and Mount Zoncolan on Saturday, Stage 14, and the race ends next Sunday in Milan after covering 3,479.9 kilometers.
Results (based on Giro’s website):
Section 13, Ravenna Verona, 198 km:
1. Giacomo Nizzolo (Italian, Copica-Assos) 4:42:19 PM.
2. Edoardo Affini (Italian, Jumbo-Visma) at the same time
3. Peter Sagan (Slovak, Bora-Hansgrohe) ai
4. David Simolai (Italy, Israel, Startup Country) ai
5. Fernando Gaviria (Colombia, United Arab Emirates) ai
… 57. Walter Attila (Groupam-FDJ) ai
… 144. Dina Marton (EOLO-Kometa) 1:07 Ph
Complex edge set:
1. Bernal (Colombia, Ineos Grenadiers) 53:11:42
2. Alexander Vlasov (Russian, Astana Premier Tech), 45 seconds defect
3. Damiano Caruso (Olasz, Muntasir Bahrain) 1:12 Ph.D.
4. Hugh Karthy (BRIT, EF Education-Nebo) 1:17 PhD
5. Simon Yates (UK, Group Bike Exchange) 1:22 min. H.
Walther 3:51 Ph
… 114. We have a 1:51:58 hour defect
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