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"What a pity that I could not fight for the stage victory today. But we still have a stage for sprinters where I can show myself. For the moment, I am satisfied with the podium," Porsev says

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ALEXANDER PORSEV

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31.05.2014 @ 11:48 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

One week ago Alexandr Porsev finished on the podium in the World Ports Classic and yesterday he continued his momentum when he sprinted to third in the third stage of the Bayern Rundfahrt. The Russian regretted the late successful attack by Daryl Impey and is now looking forward to the final sprint stage to Nürnberg.

 

Aleksandr Porsev from Team Katusha took a third podium place at the 3rd stage of the 2.HC Bayern Rundfahrt. Porsev took part in the massive sprint from the peloton, which missed just a little to catch Daryl Impey from Orica-GreenEdge.  Impey attacked at the final km and won the stage.

 

Second place went to Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg from Giant-Shimano, with Porse, completing the podium with third.

 

"I felt pretty good today. Fortunately, the crash in the first day was without any serious consequences. The team helped me a lot during this stage, while in the end Alexey Tsatevich and Vladimir Isaychev provided a huge support to get a good position for the sprint. After his attack Impey was right in front of the main group, so I was sure that we would catch him. That’s why I just concentrated on my position and my sprint. But the peloton did not manage to close the gap. What a pity that I could not fight for the stage victory today. But we still have a stage for sprinters where I can show myself. For the moment, I am satisfied with the podium," explained Aleksandr Porsev.

 

Third stage of the Bayern Rundfahrt started in Grassau and finished after a long distance of 232,7 km in Neusäß. The break of 4 riders went away at the first part of the race, but in the final 15 km three riders were caught. Jens Voigt was the only rider who fought until almost the end – he was caught inside the last 4 km. 

 

Inside the final km on a short climb, Daryl Impey attacked, taking a very small gap was able to hold it and to win. The peloton finished just behind him.

 

In the general classification Mathias Frank from IAM Cycling is the current overall leader. Pavel Brutt of Team Katusha is 29th, 1.58 behind the leader.

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