Ben O'Connor of Decathlon and Jai Hindley of Bora-Hansgrohe seemed to be the two riders with the greatest strength.   

They briefly formed a two-man pursuit group ahead of the other riders.  

Yesterday saw the formation of a distinct GC hierarchy behind Vingegaard, with the riders who finished in the top seven currently holding the top seven GC positions.   

The men most likely to attempt to dislodge Vingegaard are Jai Hindley (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Ben O'Connor (Decathlon AG2R La Mondiale), who appeared to be the strongest of those.  

They briefly formed a two-man chase group ahead of the others before being pulled back by the others.  

would also benefit from being able to collaborate since they were the only teammates to be together during the seven-man pursuit.  

From Sassoferrato to Cagli, the 180-kilometer mountain stage ends atop Monte Petrano (10.2 km at 7.9%).  

From Sassoferrato to Cagli, the 180-kilometer mountain stage ends atop Monte Petrano (10.2 km at 7.9%)  

it still looks like a thrilling sprint and breakaway struggle, with a probable group finish including riders like Jonathan Milan and Jasper Philipsen.   

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