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Little glory for the hosts “our” forced to the rear

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Nemo propheta in patria: the two Piedmontese classics of these days have not been generous with satisfaction neither for the home runners, nor for the Androni-Sidermec, a Canavese team thanks to the ds Giovanni Ellena, from Pertusio. Yesterday six Piedmontese at the start: the multiple world and Olympic champion Filippo Ganna (Ineos Grenadiers) from Verbania, the Turin Fabio Felline, the Albese Matteo Sobrero (both color bearers of Astana-Premier Tech), the Cuneese Jacopo Mosca (Trek-Segafredo), Alessandro Covi (UAE Emirates), from Borgomanero and the standard-bearer of Androni Mattia Viel, born in Turin. None of the six is ​​a sprinter, so there were no particular expectations: the best was Mattia Viel, 48 °, then Mosca (62 °), Felline (63 °), Sobrero (90 °), Covi (94 °) and Ganna, who finished in 114th position after working extensively for Ineos sprinter Ethan Hayter. Ellena’s guys did better (who all finished the race), with Filippo Tagliani in 22nd position, Samuele Zambelli 25th and Jhopnatan Restrepo 27th ahead of his teammates Nicola Venchiarutti and Mattia Bias. The seventh rider of the red and white team, Leonardo Marchiori, 78th, also crossed the finish line. Also on Wednesday, Felline, Sobrero and Mosca were competing; the latter was the best at the finish line, but his 98th position is certainly not a result of excellence; Felline and Sobrero, on the other hand, did not reach Superga, climbing into the flagship before the finish. The fight between the squadrons of athletes who competed for the victory left little room for the second tier teams: the fight between giants certainly penalized Androni-Sidermec, who had to settle for 33rd place by the expert Eduardo Sepulveda, in nearly four minutes from the winner Roglic. –

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