Giro d'Italia stage 19: Abbiategrasso › Asti, 124.5km Vuelta a Espana stage four: Garray › Ejea de los Caballeros, 191.7km
After the re-start, a large break quickly escaped the peloton and despite an early concerted effort to bring them back, the break prevailed with the INEOS Grenadiers finishing together in the bunch.
Giro d’Italia overall standings:
Carapaz was well-positioned by his teammates as the pace in the peloton picked up with 20 kilometres remaining and the Ecuadorian navigated a high-paced end to the stage as finished safely in the bunch.
With no climbs on the stage, the Ecuadorian retained his lead in the mountains classification and will wear the blue polka dot jersey on stage five.
Vuelta a Espana overall standings: