Fabio Jakobsen (Quick-Step) was awarded with authority to the sprint the second stage of the Volta a la Comunitat Valencianabetween Bétera and Torrent of 172.1 kilometres, which gives his team the second victory in the Valencian round, which isShe is still led overall by her teammate, Remco Evenepoel.
As soon as the stage started, the escape of six riders took shape with Mathijs Paaschens (Bingoal Pauwels), Sergio Martín (Caja Rural), Iván Cobo (Kern Pharma), Joseph Rosskopf (Human Powered), Xavier Mikel Azparren (Euskatel) and Benjamin King (Human Powered), who reached a lead of around five minutes controlled by a peloton commanded by the Quick-Step of race leader Remco Evenepoel. The group of escapees lost Martín and Cobo, who got off the hook, leaving in the lead a quartet that, with 40 kilometers to go, maintained a difference of slightly less than three minutes. However, the good work of the Quick-Step to get to the sprint and play Fabio Jakobsen’s trick, ruined the work of the escapees on the first ascent ramps to the last climb of the day in Calicanto, third category .
The peloton arrived in a group for the final kilometers and the stage victory was decided by sprint. Jakobsen was the best in the last meters Y He imposed with great authority the Colombian Juan Molano and the Italian Elia Vivianiwho completed the podium of the day.
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