Caleb Ewan is arguably the fastest sprinter in the world, but often that does not matter as his team, Lotto-Soudal, have struggled to consistently deliver Ewan in a good position to win a sprint in the last two years. In Giro d'Italia stages 3 and 6, Lotto-Soudal used two different tactics for positioning Ewan before the sprint, which we will analyse in this article.
Caleb Ewan again proved that if he is in a good position before the sprint, he will probably finish first. The Australian overtook Arnaud Demare in the last metres of the pavé straight, winning Tirreno-Adriatico stage 3.
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