Giro d'Italia: Simon Yates triumphs in Turin

The 29-year-old Briton Yates was able to prevail on Saturday after 147 demanding kilometers from Santena to Turin with a lead of 15 seconds before the Australian Jai Hindley and the two former Giro winners Richard Carapaz (Ecuador) and Vincenzo Nibali (Italy). The Ravensburger Emanuel Buchmann was 70 seconds behind Yates as the best German ninth of the daily ranking and defended his top 10 place.

In 2019 winner Carapaz, after the stage peppered with more than 3000 meters, the pink jersey of the overall leader, which had previously been worn by the Spaniard Juan Pedro López for ten days. Carapaz now leads in front of Hindley with seven seconds. His Bora Hansgrohe team colleague Buchmann improved overall and has 1:58 minutes behind Carapaz. "It was a very intensive and hard stage. We are totally happy to have the pink jersey. Now the most difficult part of the giros comes," said Carapaz afterwards.

The 2022 Italy tour will continue on Sunday with the 15th section over 177 kilometers of Rivarolo Canavese to the Mountain Cognitus in Cogne. The 105th Giro ends on May 29 in Verona.

14. Santena/Italy - Turin/Italy (147.00 km)

1. Simon Yates (Great Britain) - BikeExchange 3:43:44 hours; 2. Jai Hindley (Australia) - Bora Hansgrohe + 15 seconds; 3. Richard Carapaz Montenegro (Ecuador) - Ineos Grenadiers; 4. Vincenzo Nibali (Italy) - Astana Qazaqstan team; 5. Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy) - Wanty -Gobert + 28; 6. Joao Almeida (Portugal) - UAE Team Emirates + 39; 7. Mikel Landa Meana (Spain) - Bahrain Victorious + 51; 8. Pello Bilbao (Spain) - Bahrain Victorious; 9. Emanuel Buchmann (Lochau/Austria) - Bora -Hansgrohe + 1:10 min.; 10. Juan Pedro López (Spain) - Trek - Segafredo + 4:25

CALCULATED VICTORY | SIMON YATES WINS 2022 GIRO D'ITALIA - STAGE 14

overall rating single, as of the 14th stage:

1. Richard Carapaz Montenegro (Ecuador) - Ineos Grenadiers 58:21:28 hours; 2. Jai Hindley (Australia) - Bora Hansgrohe + 7 seconds; 3. Joao Almeida (Portugal) - UAE Team Emirates + 30; 4. Mikel Landa Meana (Spain) - Bahrain Victorious + 59; 5. Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy) - Wanty -Gobert + 1:01 min.; 6. Pello Bilbao (Spain) - Bahrain Victorious + 1:52; 7. Emanuel Buchmann (Lochau/Austria) - Bora -Hansgrohe + 1:58; 8. Vincenzo Nibali (Italy) - Astana Qazaqstan team + 2:58; 9. Juan Pedro López (Spain) - Trek - Segafredo + 4:04; 10. Alejandro Valverde Belmonte (Spain) - Movistar Team + 9:06

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