sagan wins a crash-filled stage 2
Phase 2, 1 km from MouilleronSaint-
Germain to Rochesur-Yon.
Sagan is in Sonny colberley (Bahrain-Merida)
After a late crash, peloton split and left a team fighting for victory.
Sagan said: \"I expect it to be a little easier in the last few kilometers, but before climbing again, it\'s hard to get up and down, right and left.
\"I think it would be better for me to start the sprint later, starting today with Degenkolb and I surpassed them, but I was really lucky to not catch me.
With the victory coming, Sagan took a full lead in the game and accumulated a basket of points in his efforts to win the sixth green jersey. The three-
The time world champion, after winning the collective sprint of the intermediate sprint ahead of his main opponent, Fernando garviria, showed his intention early (Quick-Step Floors).
\"I\'m happy to wear the yellow jersey today,\" Sagan said . \".
\"For me and my team-this is the first yellow jersey from Bora --
Team Hansgrohe, I wouldn\'t wear it if it wasn\'t for them.
\"There were crashes and mechanical accidents all over the last few kilometers of the stage, and Luis Leon Sanchez of Astana and Tsgabu Grmay of Tsui lost two ridersSegafredo.
Mitchelton crashed, too.
Scott\'s Adam Yates recovered quickly with the help of his team
Teammates re-joined peloton.
This stage is from the New Zealander Dion Smith (Wanty-Groupe Gobert)
Sylvain chawnell (Direct Energie)
Michael Ganger (Trek-Segafredo).
Kiwi has achieved mountain classification points in the early stages, moving forward with gogl.
This makes veteran Chavanel stay in front most of the day.
Celebrate his 18 trips, 39-year-
The old effort ended the race with a 13 km m mark, but it was one of his most positive riders of the day to win the jury award.
Since then, sprinttrains has taken over Marcel Kittel (Katusha-Alpecin)
Lost contact due to apartment and Mitchelton
Scott\'s Luke Durbridge was in a car accident. Quick-
Ladder floors in Loto Sudal and Paula
Hansgrohe is the main team to control the front line of the game in the last few kilometers. With 1.
There\'s a right nine kilometers on the left-
A large part of peloton came down, blocking the way of the rider behind him.
This allowed about 15 riders to take part in the final sprint race, Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb)
Dylan Groenewegen (Lotto NL-Jumbo)
Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data)
All caught up in autumn.
Sprint is led by fast
Although Gaviria and Demare did not, the first step jumped down.
Sagan followed, sweeping the protest\'s Degen Corb, bypassing Demare, and making accusations to Colbrelli for the stage victory.