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Overall ranking: Bernal Emptying, Evenbull leaving the top five, Bardet twelfth

Suddenly, we can see more clearly. The eleventh stage of the Giro, which was contested in Tuscany by road by Strade Bianche, revealed some weaknesses and confirmed that there were, for the time being, Egan Bernal and the others. The INEOS-Grenadiers captain was still the strongest of all the candidates on Wednesday. In the absence of a victory in stages like Sunday, he seized the opportunity to widen the gaps that are now so large.

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Halfway across the Giro, and while the extremely high mountain has yet to be dealt with, Egan Bernal has a 45-second margin over Aleksandr Vlasov (Astana). The young Russian is climbing up the hierarchy and is now the only man who can show off at the same moment as the Tour de France 2019 winner. The others are all after him. From third to fifth, Damiano Caruso, Hugh Carti and Simon Yates were separated by just ten seconds.

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The very bad operation of Remco Evenepoel. The Belgian quickly left the salty bill for the Deceunicnk – Quick Step. Evenepoel lost five places and slipped to seventh overall, more than two minutes away from Bernal. On rest day, the top nine were held in under a minute. Wednesday evening, the tenth day is more than three minutes away. Roman Bardi, who also stopped and finished with Evinpool, moved up to 12th, but the Frenchman is now 3’29 inches from Egan Bernal, and he is behind Spaniard Marc Soler.

General classification after the eleventh stage

runner Team Difference
1. Egan Bernal (COL – Ineos)
2. Alexander Vlasov (Russia – Astana) + 0’45 ”
3. Damiano Caruso (ITA – Bahrain) + 1’12 ”
4. Hugh Karthy (GB – Education First) + 1’17 ”
5. Simon Yates (GB – terabyte) + 1’22 ”
6. Emmanuel Buchmann (All – Bora) + 1’50 ”
7. Remco Evenepoel (Bill-Decounink) + 2’22 ”
8. Julio Ciccone (ITA – Journey) + 2’24 ”
9. Tobias Voss (Nor – jumbo) + 2’49 ”
10. Daniel Martinez (COL – Ineos) + 3’15 ”

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