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A Pair of Top 10s in Zipaquirá

A Pair of Top 10s in Zipaquirá

Joyce sprints to fifth on penultimate stage of Tour Colombia, Mannion defends GC position.

The classic sprinter's stage saw Rally Cycling repeat their team performances from stages two and three to deliver Colin Joyce into a great position for the finale. Joyce was caught up in the chaos as the sprinters chased down a late attack, but still managed to maneuver his way to an impressive fifth place. It's his second top 10 of the Tour Colombia. Finishing safe in the pack was Gavin Mannion who maintained his eight place on GC. Juan Sebastián Molano (UAE Team Emirates) made it three stage wins from three sprints. 

"It was a big fight those last 10km. Super sketchy. But the guys did a great job and helped put me in good position. I felt pretty good, just wasn't quite where I needed to be in the last kilometer. Happy with how the team is riding through and still always a positive being in the mix!" ~ Colin Joyce

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