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"Unfortunately it didn't work out today as the boys couldn't find each other and bring Phil in a good position. So in the sprint, he was on his own and boxed in."

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06.08.2015 @ 00:28 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

On the second day, the longest section of this year's Tour of Denmark led over 235 kilometers from Ringkobing to Aarhus.

 

After only five kilometers the peloton granted a breakaway group that spent most of the day in the lead. The team of the overall leader controlled the race until the finish laps. There, many riders tried their luck in the attack and BORA – ARGON 18 riders were also present in front. When the last attacker was caught in the last kilometer, everything was settled in a bunch sprint. Edvald Boasson Hagen (MTN Qhubeka) won ahead of his teammate Kristian Sbaragli. Scott Thwaites of BORA – ARGON 18 finished in 7th place in what was a chaotic sprint, thus ensuring the second Top10 result for the team in Denmark. Phil Bauhaus sprinted from a bad position to 11th, missing the Top10.

 

"The race went exactly as we planned it until the finale. As we didn’t want to cover a small group, we were completely focused on the sprint for Phil. Some guys should go with the attacks in the last kilometers and four riders were planned for the lead-out. Unfortunately it didn't work out today as the boys couldn't find each other and bring Phil in a good position. So in the sprint, he was on his own and boxed in. Scott was able to ride for himself and he scored the seventh place. Of course we are disappointed, because with the right preparation a better result was absolutely possible today", says Steffen Radochla after the second stage.

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