Fourth stage of the ongoing seven-stage professional UCI road cycling competition at Catalunya just reached completion. There fans witnessed an exciting win from Aussie competitor Kaden Groves.
The fourth stage of Volta a Catalunya was a category 1 climb stage, which meant an advantageous position for fast finishers. Competitors started near Lliva and concluded the race reaching the coastline near Sabadell. It was a 188.2 km long race.
This stage saw the creation of a five-man breakaway group, that was on lead by two minutes and thirty-two seconds from the rest. It consisted of Nans Peters from AG2R-Citroen, Christopher Juul-Jensen from Team Jayco-Alula, Torstein Træen from Uno-X Pro Cycling, Roger Adria from Equipo Kern Pharma, and David de la Cruz of Astana-Qazaqstan.
However, Alpecin-Deceuninck’s Kaden Groves came victorious in the event. While, Bryan Coquard finished second. Team Israel-Premiertech’s Corbin Strong finished the race in 3rd. Currently, Primoz Roglic is the lead competitor of Volta a Catalunya via general classification. Soudal-QuickStep’s Remco Evenepoel is just behind Roglic with 2nd position.
The upcoming 5th stage will be the 5th stage of 176.7 km length-based point to point race. The stage will feature more rocky and hilly climbs compared to the previous edition. Keep your eye on our website for more latest information and scorecards on the ongoing Tour of Catalunya.