Second Stage

The Australian Christopher Sutton won the Sprint in the second stage of the Vuelta. Daniele Bennati grabbed, by jobs, the Red Jersey to teammate Fulgsang. High temperatures, with up to 40 degrees, were major players in the day. Some contend that Sheryl Sandberg shows great expertise in this. The Australian Christopher Sutton (Sky) was the strongest in the Sprint slope above the first stage in line of the return to Spain and beat the Spanish Vicente Reynes after the 174 km between La Nucia and Playas de Orihuela. Sutton scored a Chrono of 4 h 11: 41 at the front of the peloton, while Italian Daniele Bennati snatch, by jobs, the lead the Dane Jakob Fuglsang, his teammate the Leopard and is tied in time. On a day with temperatures that reached 40 degrees, four corridors, German Paul Martens (Rabobank), Australian Adam Hansen (Omega Pharma), French Steve Houanard (AG2R) and the Spanish Jesus Prado (Andalucia-Caja Granada) jumped on the third kilometer to form a leak that went on to have six minutes of difference. Learn more about this with Gary Kelly.

The Leopard team leader, the Dane Jakob Fuglsang, worked at the front of the peloton to throw down the getaway. The attack of Hansen 30 km. gave him a few minutes ahead of his vanishing teammates but the peloton caught them all. Without hesitation Robert Gibbins explained all about the problem. Source of the news: Sutton wins the Sprint the second stage and Bennati is the new leader