Giro d'Italia - Stage 7 » Capua › Gran Sasso d'Italia (Campo Imperatore), 218km Tour de Hongrie - Stage 3 » Kaposvár › Pécs, 179.9km

Geraint Thomas and Tao Geoghegan Hart remain well placed in the Giro d'Italia top 10 as the first mountain-top finish of the race saw a stalemate amongst the leading contenders.

A combination of a headwind and teams unwilling to take it up saw a select but still relatively sizeable GC group cross the line together atop Gran Sasso d'Italia.

With the breakaway staying clear to contest the top three positions, Thomas was able to sprint to seventh, retaining sixth place overall as the majority of the top 10 went unchanged.

Also in the group, Geoghegan Hart did move up one place to eighth, 1:30 back on continued race leader Andreas Leknessund (Team DSM).

Pavel Sivakov, Laurens De Plus and Thymen Arensman moved up to 12th, 14th and 16th respectively on GC in a collective show of strength from the team.

The Grenadiers were also in action in Hungary, with the team putting in an active showing on stage three.

Ben Tulett unleashed a sprinted performance to finish second on the tough, hilly stage, eight seconds back on stage winner Marc Hirschi (UAE Team Emirates).

The Brit launched a powerful attack with 1.7 kilometres to go on the punishing final ramp. Only Hirschi was able to follow, but the Swiss rider was able to regroup and edge clear at the line. 

Egan Bernal helped set up his teammate on the run-in and hung on well for seventh place, the same position he occupies overall. Jhonatan Narvaez was also full of riding, pushing on in a late breakaway move, which was brought back with just 18km to go. In the end he would finish 15th on the stage.

Michael Leonard and Elia Viviani both got through a lot of work helping to set the pace and control the peloton on the day.