News | Team • April 29, 2022
Fisher-Black takes top-10 in Romandie
Young Kiwi sprints in selective finale
Finn Fisher-Black took a fine 7th place, his first World Tour top-10, today on stage 3 of the Tour de Romandie in Valbroye (165km).
The 20 year-old was tasked with protecting the leaders on the final climb which came -8km from the finished and when clear it would finish in a sprint made a dash for the line.
Fisher-Black: “We planned to attack with our leaders on the last climb but the pace was really hard from Ineos. I was at the front in the last kilometre and followed the wheels into the final and gave a decent sprint. It wasn’t the ideal scenario but we picked up what we could in the end.”
Juan Ayuso continues a based placed in the GC in 6th place behind race leader Rohan Dennis (Jumbo-Visma).
Tomorrow stage 4 will start in Aigle and finish in Zinal (Val d’Anniviers) (180.1km) in what will be a big day of climbing.
Tour de Romandie Stage 3 results
1.Patrick Bevin (Israel-Premier Tech) 4:53:27
2.Ethan Hayter (Ineos-Grenadiers) s.t
3.Rohan Dennis (Ineos-Grenadiers) s.t
7.Finn Fisher-Black (UAE Team Emirates) s.t
Tour de Romandie general classification after stage 3
1.Rohan Dennis (Jumbo-Visma) 12:28:06
2.Patrick Bevin (Israel-Premier Tech) +14’’
2.Felix Grosschartner (Bora-Hansgrohe) +18’’
6.Juan Ayuso (UAE Team Emirates) +22’’