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Criterium du Dauphine stage 6 – Live coverage

Criterium du Dauphine stage 6 - Live coverage

(Image credit: Amaury Sport Organisation) Wout van Aert defends yellow and green jerseys Belgian the favourite to take his third stage victory of the race…

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(Image credit: Amaury Sport Organisation) Wout van Aert defends yellow and green jerseys

Belgian the favourite to take his third stage victory of the race

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10:02:21

56kph average speed so far.

10:01:53

Still no breakaway established yet and the peloton is 15km away from the start of the day’s first climb.09:58:20Briton says Israel-Premier Tech’s hunt for WorldTour points could change strategy (Image credit: SprintCyclingAgency©2022) 09:53:34There’s no breakaway yet as a few riders have a slim advantage on the peloton.09:53:12Things are coming back together but attacks are going at the front once again now.09:49:32The pace is high early on and there are splits in the peloton. It looks like Ethan Hayter is on the wrong end of it here.09:40:44A few kilometres in and things are all together in the peloton.09:36:18146 riders take the start today. The flag has dropped and they’re off to start the stage.09:34:55That first climb of the day will be the fourth-category Côte de Sainte-Eulalie-En-Royans (2.1km at 4.4%).09:31:48A steady start to today’s stage with 40km of flat roads before the first climb. Plenty of time for a breakaway to form.09:25:12Three of the four jersey holders at the start – Pierre Rolland in the KOM jersey, Wout Van Aert in the yellow jersey, and Hugo Page in the green jersey.Van Aert is actually the green jersey holder, and Ethan Hayter (white […]

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