The German champion Schachmann lost his second place at the Excursion de Suisse through an autumn. The German bike champion from the Bora Hansgrohe team was included in a mass loss around 4 kilometers before the finish of the 3rd stage over 176.9 kilometers from Aesch to Grenchen and endured minor injuries.
The brand-new 2nd behind the British Williams is the Danish Andreas Kron (+6 secs) in advance of Thomas (+7 ). The fourth stage leads this Wednesday over 190.8 kilometers from Grenchen to Brunnen. The largely flat area comes up soon prior to the end with a challenging rise in the 2nd category, which need to provide the climbing specialists an excellent choice for a stage win. The Trip de Suisse finishes on Sunday with the individual time trial in Vaduz.
Altmeister Peter Sagan from the Team Totalenergies protected the success in the sprint in front of the Frenchman Bryan Coquard as well as Alexander Kristoff from Norway. For the ex-world champion from Slovakia, it was the 18th triumph in the scenic tour of Switzerland. Sagan continued to broaden his winning document at the Scenic tour de Suisse, the 32-year-old had not won a race for 9 months.
3. Aesch-Grenchen phase (176.90 km):.
In the last intermediate sprint, Schachmann had secured two secs for 2nd location for second location behind the British Geraint Thomas, thereby lowering his gap to the whole Stephen Williams to 2 secs. After his loss, the Berliner completed 71st with 53 seconds behind and also dropped back to 17th area in the total category.
1. Peter Sagan (Slovakia) team complete power 4:28:38 hrs; 2. Bryan Coquard (France)- Cofidis + 0 secs; 3. Alexander Kristoff (Norway)- Wanty-Gobert; 4. Thomas Pidcock (Great Britain)- ineos Grenadier; 5. Alex Aranburu Deba (Spain)- Movistar group; 6. Matteo Trentin (Italy)- Uae Group Emirates; 7. CEES BOL (Netherlands) team DSM; 8. Michael Matthews (Australia)- Bike Exchange; 9. Mike Teunissen (Netherlands)- Jumbo-Visma; 10. Alberto Bettiol (Italy)- FES Education-Easypost.
Andreas Lorentz Kron (Denmark)- Lotto-Soudal + 6 secs; 3. Andreas Lekness and (Norway) team DSM + 7; 4. Marc Hirschi (Switzerland)- Uae Team Emirates; 8.
Altmeister Peter Sagan from the Team Totalenergies protected the triumph in the sprint in front of the Frenchman Bryan Coquard and also Alexander Kristoff from Norway. Peter Sagan (Slovakia) group overall energy 4:28:38 hours; 2. Matteo Trentin (Italy)- Uae Team Emirates; 7. Andreas Lekness and (Norway) team DSM + 7; 4. Marc Hirschi (Switzerland)- Uae Group Emirates; 8.