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Men’s Virtual Tour de France Stage 4

Freddy Ovett takes the win for Israel Start-Up Nation in the Virtual Tour de France. The Canadian had finished second last week, but moved up one spot this time. He beat Michael Valgren (NTT) and Nick Schultz (Mitchelton-Scott) in a fast finish.

Stage 4 results

1. Freddy Ovett (Aus) Israel Start-Up Nation 58:06
2. Nick Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
3. Michael Valgren (Den) NTT
4. Will Clarke (Aus) Trek-Segafredo
5. Valentin Madouas (Fra) Groupama-FDJ
6. Lawson Craddock (USA) EF Pro Cycling – + 1s
7. Daniel Turek (Cze) Israel Start-Up Nation – + 2s
8. Michael Gogl (Aut) NTT
9. Pier-André Coté (Can) Rally – + 10s
10. Ben Gastauer (Lux) Ag2r La Mondiale – + 11s

General classification

1. NTT (RSA) – 263 points
2. Rally Cycling (USA) – 188 pts
3. Trek-Segafredo (USA) – 162 pts
4. Israel Start-Up Nation (Isr) – 161 pts
5. Mitchelton-Scott (Aus) – 110 pts
6. EF Pro Cycling (USA) – 109 pts
7. Alpecin-Fenix (Bel) – 99 pts
8. Ag2r La Mondiale (Fra) – 84 pts
9. Ineos (GBr) Ineos – 80 pts
10. Groupama-FDJ (Fra) – 75 pts

Women’s Virtual Tour de France Stage 4

April Tacey won the virtual Tour for the second time. The 19-year-old sprinted past Anna Henderson (Team Sunweb) and Lauren Stephens (Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank) to claim Stage 4. Her team Drops now sits in second place, 50 points behind Tibco – Silicon Valley Bank.

Stage 4 results

1. April Tacey (GBr) Drops – 1:04:47
2. Anna Henderson (GBr) Team Sunweb
3. Lauren Stephens (USA) Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank
4. Leah Dixon (GBr) Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank – + 1s
5. Chloe Dygert (USA) Twenty20
6. R Kasper (Ger) PHY
7. Lisa Brennauer (Ger) Ceratizit WNT
8. Liane Lippert (Ger) Team Sunweb
9. Jos Lowden (GBr) Drops + 2s
10. E Bujak (Slo) Alé + 2s

General classification

1. Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank (USA) – 277 points
2. Drops (GBr) – 219 points
3. Canyon-SRAM (Ger) – 206 points
4. Twenty20 (USA) – 189 points
5. CCC Liv (Pol) – 148 points
6. Sunweb (Ger) – 121 points
7. Ceratizit WNT (Ger) – 110 points
8. Boels Dolmans (Ned) – 82 points
9. FDJ Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope (Fra) – 82 points
10. Rally Cycling (USA) – 77 points

Illegal drafting!

Happens to everybody

Wout van Aert and his ex-wife