Ganna dominates Tirreno-Adriatico’s time trial

Ganna prevails in the opening time trial of the Tirreno-Adriatico

Filippo Ganna Wins First Stage of Tirreno-Adriatico Time Trial

Italian cyclist Filippo Ganna has won the first stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico time trial for the second year in a row. Ganna, who is a double world champion in this modality, completed the 11.5 km course in just 12 minutes and 28 seconds. He finished almost half a minute ahead of German Lennard Kämna from Bora-Hansgroe, and 31 seconds in front of his American teammate Magnus Sheffield from Ineos.

Despite heavy rain, the flat, short and straight course didn’t present great difficulties and didn’t compromise the chances of the main contenders for the final victory. Michael Hepburn from Australia and Brandon McNulty from the USA finished in 4th and 5th place respectively, just seconds behind the winner.

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The reigning world champion Ganna, who made cycling history last year with his world record-breaking ride, was understandably thrilled with his performance. He said, “It’s always special to win here in Italy, and especially at Tirreno-Adriatico. This is a race that suits me well, and I will give everything to defend my title.”

The race, which takes place on the shores of the Tyrrhenian and Adriatic seas, is a popular event for cycling fans. Despite the pandemic, the organizers were able to put together a safe and exciting race for participants and spectators alike.

After the first stage, Ganna now leads the general classification of the Tirreno-Adriatico ahead of Kämna and Sheffield, with Hepburn and McNulty close behind. The next stage of the race takes place on Tuesday, and fans are eagerly anticipating another exciting day of cycling.

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