Belgian Yves Lampaert won the second stage of the Vuelta a Espana and took the overall lead of the race with a late attack on the 203.4km ride from Nimes to Gruissan on Sunday. Lampaert won from teammate Matteo Trentin in a time of 4hr 36min 13sec as Quick-Step Floors caught the peloton napping with
Yves Lampaert took the overall lead of the Spanish Vuelta on Sunday after winning the second stage which saw strong winds, crashes and even a brief wait for a passing train. Quick-Step Floors rider Lampaert finished ahead of teammate Matteo Trentin and Aqua Blue Sport rider Adam Blythe. Tour de France
Italian Elia Viviani won the Cyclassics race in Hamburg on Sunday as German Marcel Kittel had a disappointing homecoming in a battle of the sprinters. The 28-year-old Viviani, who won omnium gold at last year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics, clocked five hours, 15.52 seconds over 251km around Hamburg.