"He went and started flying" - Cian Uijtdebroeks stunned by ferocity of Jonas Vingegaard's stage-winning attack at Gran Camino

For the second day running at Gran Camiño, Jonas Vingegaard blitzed the field on his way to another stage win and an even more dominant position in the general classification.

The ferocity of the two-time Tour de France winner's attack left even his Team Visma | Lease a Bike teammates in shock, as Cian Uijtdebroeks admitted in a post-stage interview with Wielerflits whilst he embarked on his warm down.

“It was another show, wasn't it?” Uijtdebroeks reflects. “It was a bit of a surprise. We knew we had a chance of the punchy finish. But it wasn't the idea to go on the penultimate climb. Everything was ripped apart there, and then he went and started flying. My legs felt good, but certainly the final stage suits me better.”

Uijtdebroeks himself is now in a good position in the general classification, sitting 4th overall, 1:35 down on his leader but just 20 seconds off the podium. Could he make it two Team Visma | Lease a Bike riders on the podium by the end of the race? “That can always be nice, but the main goal is to secure victory with Jonas. Moving up one place and keeping the youth jersey, that is the second goal,” he explains.

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