Stage 3 of Vuelta a San Juan ended with the victory of Trek-Segafredo rider Quinn Simmons. Simmons won with a strong attack on the last kilometer, but the mass sprint was once again for Sam Bennett who was the best sprinter in stage 1.
“ The stage in summary: Hot, windy and nervous. The goal was to fight for
the stage win with Sam Bennett and to get Sergio Higuita through the
day without losing any time. The guys worked a lot again today,
especially neo-pro Florian Lipowitz put in an impressive performance for
the third day in a row “, stated Bernhard Eisel.
"In this kind of attack, I'm one of the best in the world”: Quinn Simmons analyzes his win at Stage 3 of Vuelta a San Juan
The Bora-Hansgrohe sports director complained again for the weathers conditions who have being very hot and windy during the last stages. Still the team managed to do well during the race controlling the breakaway.
"In the end it was very hectic, and Simmons attack was difficult to parry. But Sam’s sprint was really strong, and we are happy with another podium.”, he ended being satisfied with the team performance.