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" Unfortunately, Tiago in particular had real problems with the cold during the interruption. This cost him a lot of time, but by contrast Bartosz was able to put in a good showing and is still in a good position in the overall ra...

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20.08.2014 @ 14:50 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Team NetApp-Endura went into the USA Pro Challenge with two GC riders but after two stages, Pole Bartosz Huzarski has taken over the leadership from Leopold König and Tiago Machado. After illness had taken König out of contention, Machado lost time in yesterday's cold conditions.

 

After almost 100 km in a breakaway position Robin Carpenter (Hincapie Sportswear Development) won the second stage of the US Pro Challenge from Aspen to Crested Butte. The 22-year old was part of the vanguard in which a NetApp-Endura professional was also represented in the person of David de la Cruz. The stage was overshadowed by a race interruption. This was ordered after a thunder storm had transformed the unsurfaced descent from the Kebler Pass into a muddy slide. Bartosz Huzarski came twelfth in the stage after 169.7 km.

 

“Today's stage went very well for us, but only up to the race interruption. First David de la Cruz managed to break into the group of the day, from which the later winner also emerged. And at the time of the neutralization we had two more riders at the front with Bartosz and Tiago, apart from David, who was already in the leaders’ group the whole day. Unfortunately, Tiago in particular had real problems with the cold during the interruption. This cost him a lot of time, but by contrast Bartosz was able to put in a good showing and is still in a good position in the overall ranking," said Sport Director Alex Sans Vega in describing the effects of the race interruption.

 

“Tomorrow's stage suits our riders very well and we’ll then try to ride for a stage win,” announced Sans Vega for the third section. This runs from Gunnison to Monarch Mountain, where it ends with a mountain finish after 155 km.

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