Uno-X riders defied settling orders – with Wærenskjold involved in the extension

Uno-X riders defied settling orders – with Wærenskjold involved in the extension

Escape: Jonas Abrahamsen (wearing green dots jersey) and Johannes Kolest in violation of the third stage. Photograph: Thomas Samson/AFP/NTP

Uno-X riders Jonas Abrahamsen (28) and Johannes Coolset (20) entered a two-man break. Thor Hushovd did not like that.

But the duo soon returned to the main field. They were together all the way to the finish line in Turin.

There, Benyam Ghermay won the mass sprint, Eritrea's first ever Tour de France win.

That's Danish Mads Pedersen no The win means Jonas Abrahamsen still holds the green points jersey and the climbing jersey after three stages.

Richard Carapaz took over the leader's yellow jersey from Tadej Pogacar.

A mass rollover just before the finish ruined Uno-X's chances of winning the stage.

Soren Wernskjold went to Earth.

“I have pain in my thigh. I think I hit the pavement. There wasn’t much I could do unfortunately. Someone had to step on the wheel, and there was also a domino effect,” he tells TV2.

“This is just nonsense. It was unnecessary,” said Uno-X leader Thor Hushovd. TV 2 About the breakout early Wednesday.

Before the stage, Hushovd said that Abrahamsen should not break, but rather try to help Alexander Kristoff finish a potential sprint.

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“We could sit in the bus and come up with a hundred scenarios. In an ideal world, our green man (Abrahamsen) goes into the last corners with Søren Werenskjöld on wheels, then Søren pulls out of the last corner with Alex on wheels. “Then things will go their way,” says Hushovd.

Jonas Abrahamsen has gone bankrupt for the third straight day. Photo: Daniel Cole/AP Photo/NTB.

However, it didn't take even a mile for the two Uno-X riders to embrace and pull away from the rest of the main field. At one point, they went ahead for a minute and a half and performed for the crowd, before finally returning to the main square.

– Maybe they sat and got bored, things went slowly, and then they wanted to come up with some pranks. Maybe that wasn't the point. This is what happens. They won't do it again, Hushovd tells the rights holder.

The Uno-X got off to a great start to the three-week race with Abrahamsen showing great form in the first two stages and fighting for the climbs and the points jersey.

With Monday's mini-break, Abrahamsen was in the breakaway group for all three stages of this year's edition.

On the other hand, Colsaet is the youngest of all the Tour de France riders and will make his debut in the infamous three-week race this summer.

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