Primoz Roglic Dominates the Stage, Remco Evenepoel Falters: Critérium du Dauphiné Update

In a thrilling race at the Critérium du Dauphiné, Primoz Roglic once again showed his dominance by winning the stage and moving closer to his second victory in the race. The Slovenian rider, sporting the yellow jersey, secured his second win on the 76th edition of the race, leaving his competitors behind in a sprint finish.

The stage was marked by a strong performance from the Bora Hansgrohe team, controlling the race from start to finish. Aleksandr Vlasov played a crucial role in setting up Roglic for the win, proving to be a key asset to the team. With a lead of 1’02” over Matteo Jorgenson and 1’13” over Derek Gee, Roglic is in a strong position to claim the overall victory.

However, the day was not as successful for Remco Evenepoel, who suffered a setback and lost nearly two minutes, dropping to 6th place in the general classification. The Belgian rider, already struggling in the previous stage, now faces a tough challenge to contend for the overall win.

The final stage of the race promises to be a thrilling conclusion, with the peloton heading towards the plateau des Glières for the grand finale. With three challenging climbs ahead, including the col de la Forclaz, the col des Esserieux, and the Salève, the stage is set for an exciting finish to the Critérium du Dauphiné.