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"The rest of the boys did a good job setting up Fabian for the sprint."

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15.05.2015 @ 21:17 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Today’s 205 kilometer long third stage of Bayern Rundfahrt from Selb to Ebern was practically an exact replica of the previous two stages. A breakaway didn’t get enough gap to make it last and a bunch sprint decided the outcome in spite of a late attack from CULT Energy Pro Cycling’s Christian Mager. Teammate Fabian Wegmann finished 10th.


CULT Energy Pro Cycling’s Rasmus Quaade was a part of today’s initial breakaway but with tomorrow's TT coming up, he decided to drop back to the chasing field. With ten kilometers to go, the last standing escapee was brought back and CULT Energy’s Christan Mager launched a counter-attack with two companions. But the sprint teams were in complete control of things and in the fast finish, Sam Bennett (Bora-Argon) took his second stage win while CULT Energy's Fabian Wegmann was 10th across the finish line.

CULT Energy Pro Cycling DS Luke Roberts states:

"We had hoped that the race opened up a bit more today and more GC contenders wanted to create a gap before the time trial tomorrow and as we reckoned that the bunch had the break under control, we called Rasmus back so he can be ready for tomorrow. In the finale, Christan jumped away on a climb with a couple of riders but they were back in the pack going under the two kilometer banner. The rest of the boys did a good job setting up Fabian for the sprint. Tomorrow, we have three riders still in contention for an overall result, Linus, Rasmus and Gustav and I'm looking forward to a good result," concludes Roberts.

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