April 12, 2024

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Aaron Gate is unbeaten in New Zealand

Aaron Gate is unbeaten in New Zealand

Aaron Gate continues to a Large format In A New Zealand classic It kicks off the road season Burgos BH. The sea runner achieved his third sprint victory in the fourth stage of the race and remains a leader thanks to the bonus. On this occasion he hurled towards his teammate and the national team as soon as he arrived. George Jackson, who suffered an untimely fall in the finals. Kate was able to maintain her sprint and put on a new victory Yellow jersey.

Both purple runners became protagonists again On this new day on the way to Carterton. Jackson tested it in the early stages of testing, entering a small gap that didn't go very far. Kate was always at the front of the peloton, controlling the race directly and looking for a sprint decision. Although it wasn't his goal, he added another win and moved up to second place overall by 24 seconds.

Aaron Gade maintains the captain's yellow jersey.New Zealand Cycle Classic

Aaron Gade noted “It was a bittersweet victory.. We wanted to prepare George for the sprint and unfortunately he fell. I was lucky to be able to turn off the arc when I tried to throw it. No one else could come close, so luckily it was an extra win for the boys. I hope George can rest and if he recovers tomorrow he will have a chance to win the podium.

The race will conclude this Sunday with a quick lap through the streets of Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. Runners will do about thirty laps of an urban route at just 1.6 kilometers per hour. The first part of the race consists of up to three bonus sprints in which Kate must be careful to protect the lead. After that, Jackson will try to fight for a stage win in his hometown.

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