Philipsen signed up for stage 4 and Sheffield continued to lead

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the Belgian Jasper Phillipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) won the sprint this Friday in the fourth stage of tour of denmark ahead of his countrymen Sasha Weemaes (Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise) and the British Ethan Vernon (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team).

Danish Magnus Sheffield (INEOS Grenadiers) kept the lead at the minimum with a time of 14:07:34 tied with French Christophe Laporte and followed by Danish Soren Kragh Andersen (Team DSM) 15 seconds behind the lead.

The stage, which is 167.3 kilometers contested in the town of Skive, was decided at the last breath despite the breakaway attempts of the group led first by the Norwegian André Drege (Team Coop) and the solo breakaway of the Danish Magnus Cort (EF Education- EasyPost) then.

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The attack of cut With 6.5 kilometers to go to the finish line, it wasn’t enough to take the lead Magnus Sheffield. The Dane ran in opposition from Geraint Thomas. The British stopped the first and second cyclist attacks of EF Education to preserve the leadership of his partner.

The fifth and final stage will take place this Saturday in 128 kilometers connecting the towns of Give Y Vejle.

Source: La Verdad

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