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ZLM Tour: Van Uden nets second sprint win in three days

Casper Van Uden (Team dsm-firmenich PostNL) claimed his second win in three days at the ZLM Tour, repeating his stage 2 victory with another commanding bunch sprint win.

The Dutchman was fortunate enough that a day-long break finally collapsed within sight of the finish line at the end of a flat, exposed day’s racing around the Dutch border town of Roosendaal.

A late attack with four kilometres to go by Krijnsen on the constantly twisting roads running between the numerous waterways sparked an initial response from David Dekker, but finally, it was Magli who bridged across. With the peloton, often led in person by Herregodts himself clearly visible just a few hundred metres further behind it was always going to be touch and go, though, and the two opted to work rather than start playing it tactically.

SOURCE: CyclingNews   (go to source)
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