Tirreno-Adriatico: Bora-Hansgrohe limit losses in opening TTT

Peter Sagan and Bora-Hansgrohe rode to seventh

The penultimate starters in the Tirreno-Adriatico team time trial, Bora-Hansgrohe knew the time to beat when they rolled down the start ramp. At the conclusion of the 21.5km race against the clock, Bora was unable to hunt down stage winners BMC Racing , coming up 30 seconds short. The result ensures Bora's GC riders Rafa Majka and Davide Formolo are up on rivals such as Romain Bardet and Rigoberto Uran but have work to do to catch the likes of Chris Froome and Tom Dumoulin. Well aware of the chrono quality on the start line, Peter Sagan stated post-stage that the team can be pleased with the result knowing there are six more race days to come. "It was a good day. Although we knew it would have been very difficult to win against the strongest teams, I feel BORA-Hansgrohe has improved from last year and our team time-trials have ...

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