COLOMBIA GOLD AND PEACE: JULIAN ALAPHILIPPE CROWNED IN THE TAMBO AND SHE GAVE HER PINK

EL TAMBO, COLOMBIA. In what was the first encounter with the mountain the Frenchman Julián Alaphilippe (Quick-Step) was the winner on Friday of the fourth stage of La Colombia Oro y Paz and proclaimed himself the new leader. The day was played between Buga-Tuluá-La Paila-Cartago-Pereira-Dosquebradas-El Tambo on 149.5 kilometers.

This Saturday will continue the party for climbers with the completion of the fifth and penultimate fraction between Pereira-Cartago-La Paila-Tebaida-Armenia-Salento, about 160 kilometers in the absence of the final and final stage of Manizales on Sunday at the end of The Colombia Oro y Paz in its first edition. (www.revistamundociclistico.com)

TEN FIRST CLASSIFICATION STAGE 4 (149.5 KM).

1. Alaphilippe, Julian (Quick-Step Floors) 03:17:36
2. Henao, Sergio Luis (Team Sky)
3. Quintana, Nairo Alexa (Movistar Team)
4. Uran, Rigoberto (Ef Education First-Drapac)
5. Narvaez, Jhonnatan (Quick-Step Floors)
6. Bernal, Egan Arley (Team Sky)
7. Sosa, Ivan Ramiro (Androni Giocattoli-Siderm)
8. Osorio, Danny Alberto (Orgullo Paisa)
9. Ochoa, Diego Antonio (Epm)
10. Cala, Aristobulo (Bicicletas Strongman)

TEN FIRST INDIVIDUAL GENERAL CLASSIFICATION.

1. Alaphilippe, Julian (Quick-Step Floors) 12:44:06
2. Henao, Sergio Luis (Team Sky) +00:00:04
3. Quintana, Nairo Alexand (Movistar Team) +00:00:06
4. Bernal, Egan Arley (Team Sky) +00:00:13
5. Uran, Rigoberto (Ef Education First-Drapac) +00:00:13
6. Sosa, Ivan Ramiro (Androni Giocattoli-Siderm) +00:00:13
7. Narvaez, Jhonnatan (Quick-Step Floors) +00:00:13
8. Osorio, Danny Alberto (Orgullo Paisa) +00:00:18
9. Ochoa, Diego Antonio (Epm) +00:00:18
10. Eisenhart, Taylor Jorda (Holowesko Citadel Pb Arap) +00:00:21