Saudi Tour stage 4: Guerreiro tops Formolo and Buitrago to win
Guerreiro moved from EF Education-EasyPost to Movistar for 2023
Disputed Thursday (2), Ruben Guerreiro (Movistar) beat Davide Formolo (UAE Team Emirates), Santiago Buitrago (Bahrain Victorious) and Felix Großschartner (UAE Team Emirates) in a sprint to win Saudi Tour (the Queen stage) up to Skyviews of Harrat Uwayrid platform.
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Along the way Guerreiro led Formolo by eight seconds, with Buitrago in third with nine seconds. He defended the leader’s green jersey during a final stage of 142.9km, where the sprinters are expected to come back to the fore shortly.
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Guerriero moved from EF Education-EasyPost to Movistar for 2023 and immediately used his climbing skills to land an early-season but significant win for the Spanish team. Movistar are working with the Saudi Arabian Cycling Federation and could secure funding from the region in the future.
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