Cycling – Binckbank Tour ’18 Stage 4: Jasper Stuyven Wins
With only 1 kilometer remaining, Trek-Segafredo utilised a sharp trick, to permit Jasper Stuyven the opportunity to break free and win stage five of the BinckBank Tour with a late assault.
Jasper Stuyven is a Belgian national and a professional cyclist, who currently represents the cycling team, Trek–Segafredo.
— Trek-Segafredo (@TrekSegafredo) 16 August 2018
Stuyven lead the peloton through a tight chicane with 1km to go, and figured out how to get in front, after the colleague riding on his wheel cunningly dropped his pace to slow down the rest of the peloton.
In a close pursuit, that went to the last possible minute, Stuyven pretty much figured out how to battle off the peloton, from which Caleb Ewan won the dash to complete second in front of Zdenek Stybar who finished third in this race.
Having been @Jasperstuyven‘s team mate now for nearly a full season. I’ve seen him come so close to major victories all year and to be a part of his win today feels really special.
Really happy for you mate. All the @TrekSegafredo boys committed fully to a plan. And we delivered
— Ryan Mullen (@ryanmullen9) 16 August 2018
Trek-Segafredo did spectacular work to set up the win, taking to the front of the peloton for the last couple of kilometers, paving the way to the conclusive chicane, and conveying their man to triumph.
I havent seen a tactic like that. They worked in front of the peloton 7-8 kilometers for one man breake in last km, not for sprint. Well done
— mehmet sezai ünal (@msezaiunal) 16 August 2018
Meanwhile, Matej Mohoric figured out how to broaden his lead in the general rankings, in the wake of increasing some time in the last kilometer.
Results – BinckBank Tour – Stage 4
1. Jasper Stuyven
2. Caleb Ewan
3. Zdenek Stybar
4. Rüdiger Selig
5. Timothy Dupont
6. Jean-Pierre Drucker
7. Ryan Gibbons
8. Tom Van Asbroeck
9. Daniel Hoelgaard
10. Dylan Groenewegen
1. Matej Mohoric
2. Sean De Bie
3. Stefan Küng
4. Maxime Vantomme
5. Michael Matthews
6. Taco van der Hoorn
7. Victor Campenaerts
8. Søren Kragh Andersen
9. Maximilian Schachmann
10. Alex Dowsett
Team News: Jasper Stuyven’s move at the end of stage 4 at the Binck Bank Tour – attacking out of the final S-turn with one kilometer to go & take a dramatic win – gave Trek-Segafredo a hometown win they have been chasing for years.https://t.co/C1vmuolIEZ
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— VeloUK Cycling Mag (@AussieLarry) 16 August 2018
Congratulatoins for the stage victory! Fantastic finale and great job for the team! And drink champagne in moderation!
— Evelina Mishova (@evamishova) 16 August 2018
The meeting this morning was mainly about these corners ?. Well done boys treksegafredo executed the plan with 1 rider less ! Impressive teamwork congrats ! @jasperstuyven ???? https://t.co/uS0W5RaH8l
— Steven de jongh (@stevendejongh) 16 August 2018
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