Volta a Portugal: Arrival in the sprint to Viseu did not bring changes in the general classification

Aleksandr Grigorev, from Atum General/Tavira/AP Maria Nova Hotel was the best “Algarvean” representative, as he crossed the finish line in eighth place

Photo: Agnelo Quelhas|Podium Events

João Matias (Tavfer – Mortágua – Ovos Matinados) won, this Monday, the sprint, the fourth stage of the Volta a Portugal by bicycle, which linked Guarda to Viseu. Among the top ten in the general classification, which is led by Mauricio Moreira, from Glassdrive-Q8-Anicolor, and which includes four cyclists from the Algarve teams, there were no changes.

On arrival in Viseu, with the compact field, João Matias was the fastest, beating Scott McGill (Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling) and Andoni Lopez de Abetxuko (Caja Rural – Seguros RGA) in the sprint.

Aleksandr Grigorev, from Atum General/Tavira/AP Maria Nova Hotel was the best representative from the “Algarve”, as he crossed the finish line in eighth place, 1 second behind the winner.

Overall, it's all the same. Mauricio Moreira continues with the Yellow Jersey, with a 30 second advantage over teammate Frederico Figueiredo and 31 seconds over Luís Fernandes, from Rádio Popular-Paredes-Boavista.

In fourth position is the first “Algarvian” Alejandro Marque from Atum General/Tavira/AP Maria Nova Hotel, at 2m10s.

In seventh and eighth place are two more cyclists from Tavira: Delio Fernandes, at 2m33 and Emanuel Duarte at 3m32 seconds.

In tenth position is the first cyclist of Aviludo-Louletano-Loulé Concelho: Jesus Del Pino, already at 5m03s.

This Tuesday, the platoon rests.

 



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