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2022 Giro d'Italia

105th edition: May 6 - 29, 2022
Stage 6, May 12, 2022

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Wednesday, May 12: Stage 6, Palmi - Scalea (Riviera dei Cedri), 192 km

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Arnaud Demare beats Caleb Ewan to win Giro stage 6.

Could it be any closer? Arnaud Démare (left) just beats Caleb Ewan. 3rd-place Mark Cavendish's shoulder can be seen on the right edge of the photo. RCS Sport photo

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Weather at the finish city of Scalea at 1:20 PM, local time: 19C (67F), mostly cloudy, with the wind from the southwest at 10 km/hr (6 mph). There is a 10% - 15% chance of rain.

Info about the route: The route is undemanding, and winds its way on a wide roadway along the ss. 18 trunk road, with just a few tunnels along the course. The long yet mild climb leading from Mileto to the Razza airport in Vibo Valentia is the only impediment along the route.

Final kilometers:
The route enters urban Scalea for the stage finale, which is raced on wide, straight and well-paved roads, with one last roundabout at the 3 km mark. The home straight is on tarmac road.

The race: Here's the report from stage winner Arnaud Démare's Team Groupama-FDJ.

The click did happen in Messina on Wednesday for Arnaud Démare and his teammates. In the aftermath of his first victory of the season, during the Giro, the French did it again on Thursday in Calabria! After yet another great lead-out from his train, he got the better of ALL the sprinters, although victory came down to a few millimetres only. With this prestigious triumph, he now tallies seven stage wins in the Giro d’Italia, making him the most successful Frenchman in the history of the race. Ahead of Bernard Hinault and Jacques Anquetil. He also, and logically, increased his lead in the points classification before a tough few stages.

While crossing the sea from Sicily to Calabria on Wednesday evening, the Groupama-FDJ cycling team certainly felt peaceful and euphoric at the same time. For Arnaud Démare and his closest teammates, the victory in Messina truly came as a relief that was still in the air on Thursday, as they were heading to Palmi for the start of stage 6.

“This morning, the atmosphere was super cool and serene,” said Jacopo Guarnieri. The pressure therefore no longer weighed on the shoulders of the French rider and his group, before another stage made for the sprinters towards Scalea. A small climb was certainly on the menu, at the very start of the race, but the day was supposed to be quite straightforward. “Honestly, the course preparation was one of the simplest we’ve had in recent years”, said Sébastien Joly. “In concrete terms, we were almost on the same road for almost 200 kilometres. The wind was a bit in front, and the day was long”.

As a consequence, there first was no candidate for the breakaway. Diego Rosa (Eolo-Kometa) eventually did go for it after thirty kilometres and then embarked on an endless solo. In the bunch, Clément Davy positioned himself in the front like the day before to set an easy pace. “Physically, it was obviously different than the last two days”, said the young man, “but we all needed it in the peloton. Mentally, however, it was long”. Slowly, the stage kept on going until Diego Rosa was caught, just under thirty kilometres from the finish.

“For 100-120 kilometres, we were kind of asleep, so you then need to find the energy to get back in business”, explained Arnaud Démare. “It actually comes naturally. The adrenaline rises as you see the signs, like 50, 45, 40 kilometres left to go. You can feel the tension of the peloton increasing”. “In the last 20-25 kilometres, it was full on,” added Clément. “You need to be there, mentally and physically. It was really hard for me, and I kept pushing until we reached the last ten kilometres, which was the instruction. We were on the left side of the road, and the wind was coming from the left, so it was difficult to resist”.

However, he did manage to do it, before handing over to Tobias Ludvigsson. From then on, the fight for positions never stopped. “There was a strategic place”, pointed out Sébastien. “It was the roundabout with 3.5 kilometres to go. I don’t normally repeat this kind of information twice, but I did, this time. A first time with 30 kilometres to go, and a second time with 15k to go”. The message seemed to be received since Ignatas Konovalovas, then leading the train, came in the lead after this obstacle. The final sprint could then take place with the whole train.

Arnaud Démare recalled: “The team did a huge job again; I think everyone saw it on their screen. I couldn’t have asked better. We had great positioning in every strategic area. The whole peloton was fresh, but the guys were able to stay in the front. We then did a great lead-out. Morkov and Cavendish came up with 500m to go, I felt that they were taking the advantage, but I waited a bit in Jacopo’s wheel. I knew Cavendish was going to keep the door closed on the left. So, I had to sprint to the right, and I finally sprinted for barely a hundred metres”.

When he was finally able to really open his sprint, the former French champion gave everything. “It’s not my style to come back like that from behind, but I felt I had the power,” he added. “I just had to find the space and the moment to go. I thought it was going to be really close. I was coming back really fast, I threw the bike next to Ewan, and on the line, I felt I was ahead. However, as long as the photo-finish has not arrived, you can’t be sure”.

Unlike the day before, the difference therefore required an in-depth examination of the finish’s pictures. The verdict was announced after two minutes of uncertainty, and it eventually proved favourable to the rider from Beauvais, who was then able to celebrate alongside Jacopo Guarnieri. “As I often say, victory comes down to details”, resumed Arnaud. “A month ago, I might have been second. Today, it went in my favour. It rewards the work of the whole team which once again did a great lead-out train. I’m super happy, it’s awesome.” “Today he waited, he was calm, confident, and I think it switched into ‘on mode’ yesterday”, added Jacopo Guarnieri. “That’s wonderful. He beat the best sprinters in the world. Personally, it is also very special because I had a bittersweet day yesterday. I was super happy for the guys, for Arnaud, for Ramon, but I was disappointed with myself. I’m kind of a proud person, and I wanted to react today. We had a lot of confidence after yesterday, the train was again super strong and I’m very happy to have been able to be a part of it this time. We knew the wheel could keep on turning as soon as we finally moved it. At the start of the Giro, we told ourselves: “Guys, we are strong, we are in good shape, we just need for everything to come together”. Today was just perfect and we can be very happy.”

The first part of the season chapter is now closed for good. “We were not where we needed to be, but everyone also got ill at some points”, said Arnaud. “It did us wrong, even if we must not take that as an excuse. We weren’t where we wanted to be. We all worked well before the Giro, and the lights were green for everyone. We feel that everyone is going strong. The team and the staff also questioned themselves to get even better”.

Sébastien Joly, who first heard Caleb Ewan as the winner, eventually exploded with joy in the car, and later delivered his praises. “I would say it was a textbook sprint,” he said. “I told Ramon that given what he did yesterday, he was able to do it again with the whole train. I was very happy to see Kono up there as well. He’s a central piece, but everyone was up to his position”. “It’s a great experience”, said a delighted Clément Davy, currently riding his first Grand Tour. “You shouldn’t get used to it, because you can also go through more difficult times, but it makes me want to get back to it more!”

The next bunch sprint may not come until next week. In the meantime, Arnaud Démare has not only increased his gap in the cyclamen jersey to 56 points, but he has also become the most successful French rider on the Giro with seven wins. “It’s huge,” he concluded with a big smile. “As for the cyclamen jersey, let’s not be too enthusiastic. I know it’s not done. I take what is to be taken for now, and I am satisfied for the time being with this superb team victory. I know that a Grand Tour is long. We’re only in the first week. We need to remain humble.”


Complete results:

Stage 6 photos

192 kilometers raced at an average speed of 38.076 km/hr

1 Arnaud Demare Groupama-FDJ 5hr 2min 33sec
2 Caleb Ewan Lotto Soudal s.t.
3 Mark Cavendish Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl s.t.
4 Biniam Girmay Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert s.t.
5 Giacomo Nizzolo Israel-Premier Tech s.t.
6 Phil Bauhaus Bahrain Victorious s.t.
7 Andrea Vendrame Ag2r-Citroën s.t.
8 Simone Consonni Cofidis s.t.
9 Vincenzo Albanese EOLO-Kometa s.t.
10 Edward Theuns Trek-Segafredo s.t.
11 Sacha Modolo Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè s.t.
12 Rick Zabel Israel-Premier Tech s.t.
13 Davide Gabburo Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè s.t.
14 Edoardo Affini Jumbo-Visma s.t.
15 Filippo Tagliani Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
16 Lawrence Naesen Ag2r-Citroën s.t.
17 Jose Joaquin Rojas Movistar s.t.
18 Jasha Sutterlin Bahrain Victorious s.t.
19 Jhonnatan Narvaez INEOS Grenadiers s.t.
20 Michael Morkov Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl s.t.
21 Natnael Tesfazion Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
22 Cesare Benedetti BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
23 Tobias Foss Jumbo-Visma s.t.
24 Jacopo Guarnieri Groupama-FDJ s.t.
25 Sam Oomen Jumbo-Visma s.t.
26 Joao Almeida UAE Team Emirates s.t.
27 Wilco Kelderman BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
28 Patrick Gamper BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
29 Luca Covili Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè s.t.
30 Lennard Kamna BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
31 Ben Swift INEOS Grenadiers s.t.
32 Attila Valter Groupama-FDJ s.t.
33 Davide Formolo UAE Team Emirates s.t.
34 Salvatore Puccio INEOS Grenadiers s.t.
35 Gijs Leemreize Jumbo-Visma s.t.
36 Michael Hepburn BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
37 Tom Dumoulin Jumbo-Visma s.t.
38 Richard Carapaz INEOS Grenadiers s.t.
39 Jai Hindley BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
40 Erik Fetter EOLO-Kometa s.t.
41 Mauri Vansevenant Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl s.t.
42 Damien Howson BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
43 Vincenzo Nibali Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
44 Thymen Arensman Team DSM s.t.
45 Lilian Calmejane Ag2r-Citroën s.t.
46 Jan Hirt Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert s.t.
47 Lucas Hamilton BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
48 Cees Bol Team DSM s.t.
49 Mikael Cherel Ag2r-Citroën s.t.
50 Nans Peters Ag2r-Citroën s.t.
51 Jaakko Hanninen Ag2r-Citroën s.t.
52 Rudiger Selig Lotto Soudal s.t.
53 Nicolas Prodhomme Ag2r-Citroën s.t.
54 Alberto Dainese Team DSM s.t.
55 Jonathan Caicedo EF Education-EasyPost s.t.
56 Matteo Sobrero BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
57 Giulio Ciccone Trek-Segafredo s.t.
58 Simon Yates BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
59 Dario Cataldo Trek-Segafredo s.t.
60 Vadim Pronskiy Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
61 Remy Rochas Cofidis s.t.
62 Mikel Landa Bahrain Victorious s.t.
63 Samuele Zoccarato Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè s.t.
64 Magnus Cort EF Education-EasyPost s.t.
65 Koen Bouwman Jumbo-Visma s.t.
66 Romain Bardet Team DSM s.t.
67 Fabio Felline Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
68 Rein Taaramae Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert s.t.
69 Juan Pedro Lopez Trek-Segafredo s.t.
70 Mattias Jensen Trek-Segafredo s.t.
71 Stefano Oldani Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
72 Felix Gall Ag2r-Citroën s.t.
73 Rui Oliveira UAE Team Emirates s.t.
74 Ben Tulett INEOS Grenadiers s.t.
75 Davide Villella Cofidis s.t.
76 Martijn Tusveld Team DSM s.t.
77 Domenico Pozzovivo Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert s.t.
78 Edoardo Zardini Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
79 Guillaume Martin Cofidis s.t.
80 Richie Porte INEOS Grenadiers s.t.
81 Diego Ulissi UAE Team Emirates s.t.
82 Emanuel Buchmann BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
83 Pello Bilbao Bahrain Victorious s.t.
84 Andrii Ponomar Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
85 Romain Combaud Team DSM s.t.
86 Jenthe Biermans Israel-Premier Tech s.t.
87 Giovanni Aleotti BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
88 Ben Zwiehoff BORA-hansgrohe s.t.
89 Eduardo Sepulveda Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
90 Miles Scotson Groupama-FDJ s.t.
91 Harold Tejada Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
92 William Barta Movistar s.t.
93 Lorenzo Rota Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert s.t.
94 Ivan Sosa Movistar s.t.
95 Alessandro Tonelli Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè s.t.
96 Hugh Carthy EF Education-EasyPost s.t.
97 Lawson Craddock BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
98 Mattia Bais Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
99 Alexander Cepeda Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
100 Mathieu van der Poel Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
101 Tobias Bayer Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
102 Pierre-Luc Perichon Cofidis s.t.
103 Jos Van Emden Jumbo-Visma s.t.
104 Pavel Sivakov INEOS Grenadiers s.t.
105 Merhawi Kudus EF Education-EasyPost s.t.
106 Francesco Gavazzi EOLO-Kometa s.t.
107 Ramon Sinkeldam Groupama-FDJ s.t.
108 Oier Lazkano Movistar s.t.
109 Filippo Zana Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè s.t.
110 Luca Rastelli Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè s.t.
111 Maximiliano Richeze UAE Team Emirates s.t.
112 Lorenzo Fortunato EOLO-Kometa s.t.
113 Diego Rosa EOLO-Kometa s.t.
114 Alejandro Valverde Movistar s.t.
115 Sergio Samitier Movistar s.t.
116 Simone Ravanelli Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli s.t.
117 Diego Camargo EF Education-EasyPost s.t.
118 Senne Leysen Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
119 Anthony Perez Cofidis s.t.
120 Jorge Arcas Movistar s.t.
121 Pascal Eenkhoorn Jumbo-Visma s.t.
122 Bert Van Lerberghe Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl s.t.
123 Callum Scotson BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
124 Thomas De Gendt Lotto Soudal s.t.
125 Alessandro Covi UAE Team Emirates s.t.
126 Joe Dombrowski Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
127 Alexander Cataford Israel-Premier Tech s.t.
128 Valerio Conti Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
129 Mirco Maestri EOLO-Kometa s.t.
130 Bauke Mollema Trek-Segafredo s.t.
131 Owain Doull EF Education-EasyPost s.t.
132 Santiago Buitrago Bahrain Victorious s.t.
133 Chris Hamilton Team DSM s.t.
134 Julius Van Den Berg EF Education-EasyPost s.t.
135 Antonio Pedrero Movistar s.t.
136 Reto Hollenstein Israel-Premier Tech s.t.
137 Davide Bais EOLO-Kometa s.t.
138 James Knox Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl s.t.
139 David De La Cruz Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
140 Simon Carr EF Education-EasyPost s.t.
141 Jonathan Castroviejo INEOS Grenadiers s.t.
142 Samuele Rivi EOLO-Kometa s.t.
143 Jacopo Mosca Trek-Segafredo s.t.
144 Nico Denz Team DSM s.t.
145 Wesley Kreder Cofidis s.t.
146 Rui Costa UAE Team Emirates s.t.
147 Alex Dowsett Israel-Premier Tech s.t.
148 Christopher Juul-Jensen BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
149 Sylvain Moniquet Lotto Soudal s.t.
150 Barnabas Peak Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert s.t.
151 Mauro Schmid Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl s.t.
152 Fernando Gaviria UAE Team Emirates s.t.
153 Domen Novak Bahrain Victorious s.t.
154 Tobias Ludvigsson Groupama-FDJ @ 21sec
155 Matthew Holmes Lotto Soudal s.t.
156 Alessandro De Marchi Israel-Premier Tech s.t.
157 Harm Vanhoucke Lotto Soudal s.t.
158 Alexander Krieger Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
159 Oscar Riesebeek Alpecin-Fenix s.t.
160 Otto Vergaerde Trek-Segafredo s.t.
161 Matthias Brandle Israel-Premier Tech s.t.
162 Pieter Serry Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl s.t.
163 Wout Poels Bahrain Victorious s.t.
164 Davide Cimolai Cofidis 0:25
165 Michael Schwarzmann Lotto Soudal 0:27
166 Davide Ballerini Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 0:30
167 Dries De Bondt Alpecin-Fenix 0:33
168 Aime De Gendt Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert s.t.
169 Loic Vliegen Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert s.t.
170 Roger Kluge Lotto Soudal 0:43
171 Ignatas Konovalovas Groupama-FDJ 2:43
172 Clement Davy Groupama-FDJ 5:13

 

GC after stage 6:

  • GC leader: Juan Pedro Lopez (Trek-Segafredo)
  • Mountains classification leader: Lennard Kämna (Bora-hansgrohe)
  • Points classification leader: Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ)
  • Best young rider: Juan Pedro Lopez (Trek-Segafredo)
  • Teams classification leader: Bora-hansgrohe

942.2 kilometers raced so far at an average speed of 40.276 km/hr

1  Juan Pedro Lopez Trek-Segafredo 23hr 23min 36sec
2  Lennard Kamna BORA-hansgrohe @ 38sec
3  Rein Taaramae Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert 0:58
4  Simon Yates BikeExchange-Jayco 1:42
5  Mauri Vansevenant Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 1:47
6  Wilco Kelderman BORA-hansgrohe 1:55
7  Joao Almeida UAE Team Emirates 1:58
8  Pello Bilbao Bahrain Victorious 2:00
9  Richie Porte INEOS Grenadiers 2:04
10  Richard Carapaz INEOS Grenadiers 2:06
11  Romain Bardet Team DSM s.t.
12  Thymen Arensman Team DSM 2:15
13  Mikel Landa Bahrain Victorious s.t.
14  Jai Hindley BORA-hansgrohe 2:16
15  Santiago Buitrago Bahrain Victorious 2:18
16  Hugh Carthy EF Education-EasyPost 2:20
17  Alejandro Valverde Movistar 2:23
18  Lucas Hamilton BikeExchange-Jayco 2:27
19  Giulio Ciccone Trek-Segafredo 2:32
20  Domenico Pozzovivo Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert 2:37
21  Emanuel Buchmann BORA-hansgrohe 2:39
22  Ivan Sosa Movistar 3:05
23  Pavel Sivakov INEOS Grenadiers 3:14
24  Jan Hirt Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert 3:16
25  Stefano Oldani Alpecin-Fenix 3:35
26  Damien Howson BikeExchange-Jayco 3:41
27  Guillaume Martin Cofidis 4:06
28  Simon Carr EF Education-EasyPost 4:08
29  Tobias Foss Jumbo-Visma 4:14
30  Vincenzo Nibali Astana Qazaqstan 4:16
31  Sam Oomen Jumbo-Visma 4:33
32  Mattias Jensen Trek-Segafredo 4:35
33  Diego Ulissi UAE Team Emirates 5:18
34  Gijs Leemreize Jumbo-Visma 5:19
35  Koen Bouwman Jumbo-Visma 5:30
36  Harold Tejada Astana Qazaqstan s.t.
37  Bauke Mollema Trek-Segafredo 5:49
38  Lorenzo Fortunato EOLO-Kometa 5:53
39  Davide Villella Cofidis 6:39
40  Felix Gall Ag2r-Citroën 6:48
41  Rémy Rochas Cofidis 6:49
42  Joe Dombrowski Astana Qazaqstan 7:54
43  Valerio Conti Astana Qazaqstan 8:01
44  Ben Tulett INEOS Grenadiers 8:14
45  Tom Dumoulin Jumbo-Visma 8:20
46  Antonio Pedrero Movistar 8:55
47  Sergio Samitier Movistar 9:40
48  Chris Hamilton Team DSM 9:41
49  Diego Rosa EOLO-Kometa 9:58
50  Jonathan Castroviejo INEOS Grenadiers 10:26
51  Davide Formolo UAE Team Emirates 10:27
52  Jonathan Caicedo EF Education-EasyPost 11:28
53  Jhonnatan Narvaez INEOS Grenadiers 12:11
54  Diego Camargo EF Education-EasyPost 12:30
55  Mikael Cherel Ag2r-Citroën 12:39
56  Lorenzo Rota Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert 13:45
57  Vadim Pronskiy Astana Qazaqstan 14:22
58  Rui Costa UAE Team Emirates 14:55
59  Merhawi Kudus EF Education-EasyPost 15:13
60  Alexander Cataford Israel-Premier Tech 15:15
61  Jaakko Hanninen Ag2r-Citroën 15:21
62  Francesco Gavazzi EOLO-Kometa 15:23
63  Matteo Sobrero BikeExchange-Jayco 15:29
64  Attila Valter Groupama-FDJ 15:37
65  Erik Fetter EOLO-Kometa 15:46
66  Ben Zwiehoff BORA-hansgrohe 16:02
67  Mauro Schmid Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 16:12
68  Alexander Cepeda Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 16:17
69  Alessandro Covi UAE Team Emirates 16:18
70  Martijn Tusveld Team DSM 16:44
71  Lilian Calmejane Ag2r-Citroën 16:45
72  Filippo Zana Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè 16:49
73  William Barta Movistar 17:19
74  Alessandro Tonelli Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè 17:33
75  Pascal Eenkhoorn Jumbo-Visma 17:34
76  Jose Joaquin Rojas Movistar 17:39
77  Nans Peters Ag2r-Citroën 17:55
78  Sylvain Moniquet Lotto Soudal 18:27
79  Jorge Arcas Movistar 18:34
80  Edoardo Zardini Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 19:05
81  Anthony Perez Cofidis 20:20
82  Giovanni Aleotti BORA-hansgrohe 20:43
83  Davide Gabburo Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè 20:51
84  James Knox Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 20:51
85  Dario Cataldo Trek-Segafredo 21:18
86  Luca Covili Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè 21:19
87  Jos Van Emden Jumbo-Visma 21:34
88  Mathieu van der Poel Alpecin-Fenix 21:48
89  Fabio Felline Astana Qazaqstan 22:29
90  Eduardo Sepulveda Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 22:38
91  Andrea Vendrame Ag2r-Citroën 22:41
92  Vincenzo Albanese EOLO-Kometa 22:42
93  Biniam Girmay Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert 22:46
94  Callum Scotson BikeExchange-Jayco 22:55
95  Ben Swift INEOS Grenadiers 23:13
96  Miles Scotson Groupama-FDJ 24:33
97  Nicolas Prodhomme Ag2r-Citroën 24:44
98  Magnus Cort EF Education-EasyPost 24:52
99  Loic Vliegen Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert 25:06
100  Jacopo Mosca Trek-Segafredo 25:09
101  Natnael Tesfazion Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 25:15
102  Michael Hepburn BikeExchange-Jayco 25:16
103  Patrick Gamper BORA-hansgrohe 25:22
104  Tobias Ludvigsson Groupama-FDJ 25:31
105  Tobias Bayer Alpecin-Fenix 25:35
106  Romain Combaud Team DSM 25:42
107  Pierre-Luc Perichon Cofidis 26:00
108  Simone Ravanelli Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 26:02
109  Alessandro De Marchi Israel-Premier Tech 26:14
110  Owain Doull EF Education-EasyPost 26:23
111  David De La Cruz Astana Qazaqstan 26:40
112  Ignatas Konovalovas Groupama-FDJ 26:42
113  Domen Novak Bahrain Victorious 26:49
114  Sacha Modolo Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè 27:01
115  Cesare Benedetti BORA-hansgrohe 27:04
116  Edoardo Affini Jumbo-Visma 27:19
117  Aimé De Gendt Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert 28:07
118  Senne Leysen Alpecin-Fenix 28:09
119  Mirco Maestri EOLO-Kometa s.t.
120  Wout Poels Bahrain Victorious 28:23
121  Oscar Riesebeek Alpecin-Fenix 28:35
122  Samuele Rivi EOLO-Kometa 29:02
123  Alexander Krieger Alpecin-Fenix 29:30
124  Mattia Bais Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 29:32
125  Davide Bais EOLO-Kometa 29:41
126  Christopher Juul-Jensen BikeExchange-Jayco 29:46
127  Simone Consonni Cofidis 29:49
128  Lawson Craddock BikeExchange-Jayco s.t.
129  Davide Cimolai Cofidis s.t.
130  Barnabas Peak Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert 30:15
131  Fernando Gaviria UAE Team Emirates 30:19
132  Jasha Sutterlin Bahrain Victorious 30:23
133  Arnaud Demare Groupama-FDJ 30:29
134  Giacomo Nizzolo Israel-Premier Tech 30:38
135  Thomas De Gendt Lotto Soudal 30:46
136  Edward Theuns Trek-Segafredo 31:12
137  Salvatore Puccio INEOS Grenadiers 31:40
138  Jenthe Biermans Israel-Premier Tech 31:50
139  Lawrence Naesen Ag2r-Citroën 32:30
140  Samuele Zoccarato Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè 33:11
141  Andrii Ponomar Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 33:15
142  Cees Bol Team DSM 33:36
143  Alberto Dainese Team DSM 33:49
144  Rick Zabel Israel-Premier Tech 33:56
145  Ramon Sinkeldam Groupama-FDJ 33:57
146  Reto Hollenstein Israel-Premier Tech 34:18
147  Rui Oliveira UAE Team Emirates 35:12
148  Maximiliano Richeze UAE Team Emirates 35:21
149  Phil Bauhaus Bahrain Victorious 35:22
150  Otto Vergaerde Trek-Segafredo 35:37
151  Davide Ballerini Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 36:08
152  Julius Van Den Berg EF Education-EasyPost 36:45
153  Dries De Bondt Alpecin-Fenix 37:08
154  Alex Dowsett Israel-Premier Tech 37:16
155  Wesley Kreder Cofidis 37:56
156  Filippo Tagliani Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli 37:59
157  Oier Lazkano Movistar 39:41
158  Luca Rastelli Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè 43:16
159  Matthew Holmes Lotto Soudal 43:19
160  Harm Vanhoucke Lotto Soudal 44:19
161  Caleb Ewan Lotto Soudal 44:59
162  Jacopo Guarnieri Groupama-FDJ 46:14
163  Michael Schwarzmann Lotto Soudal 46:54
164  Matthias Brandle Israel-Premier Tech 47:36
165  Nico Denz Team DSM 48:12
166  Roger Kluge Lotto Soudal 48:33
167  Rüdiger Selig Lotto Soudal 49:49
168  Clement Davy Groupama-FDJ 52:38
169  Mark Cavendish Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 52:54
170  Michael Morkov Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 53:02
171  Bert Van Lerberghe Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 53:11
172  Pieter Serry Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl 53:52


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Stage 6 map & profile:

2022 Giro d'Italia stage 6 map

2022 Giro d'Italia stage 6 map

2022 Giro d'Italia stage 6 profile

2022 Giro d'Italia stage 6 profile



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Stage 6 photos by Fotoreporter Sirotti:

Vincenzo Nibali before the stage start

The assembled peloton waits for the stage to start.

The rush for the line.

Arnaud Démare gets his second stage win this Giro.

The peloton just after the stage finish.

Mountains classification leader Lennard Kämna after the stage.

GC leader Juan Pedro Lopez

Stage winner Arnaud Démare

Juan Pedro Lopez remains the GC leader